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[Computex 2018] Cooler Master Introduce New Peripheral Lineup – Keyboards And Gaming Headsets Anyone?

[Computex 2018] Cooler Master Introduce New Peripheral Lineup – Keyboards And Gaming Headsets Anyone?

by Raja IdrisJune 6, 2018
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Cooler Master has unveiled of their new and latest peripheral lineup at this year’s Computex 2018 in Taiwan, featuring CK Series Keyboards, SK Series Keyboards, as well as new gaming headsets.

Cooler Master Peripheral Lineup Computex 2018

First up is the new CK550 from Cooler Master. featuring a floating keycap design and mechanical keys, it will be made available in blue, brown, and red switch types (depending on regional availability). Its curved aluminum top plate is finished in a gunmetal hue and built to withstand a lifetime of gameplay. It also features RGB per-key illumination, capable of multiple effects and lighting modes.

In addition to the CK550, they have also introduced the CK552, a Best Buy exclusive that is available across the United States starting from this June 18 2018. It’s available in red switches and boasts mirrored features.

Making its debut is the SK Series keyboards. Cooler Master will introduce three models; SK620, SK630, and SK640. This line features Cherry MX low profile switches, that comes with brushed aluminum top plate, RGB illumination and Type-C detachable cable. So you might wonder what are the difference between the three. The answer to that is the compact layout of each keyboards. SK620 is 60%, making it ideal for travel and LAN parties, SK630 is at 80% and 100% for the SK640.

Last but not least are two new gaming headsets, the MH751 and also the MH752. Both feature pleather ear cushions and headbands with high density foam and offers high quality Omni-directional boom microphone. Compatible for consoles, PC, and also mobile devices, they come with durable braided cable. The MH752 features USB connection for PC, virtual 7.1 surround sound. Well, that’s not all, Cooler Master will highlight the MH710, an aluminum housing with brushed surface in ear headphones that comes with FocusFX. Its function can be easily controlled by a button on each ear bud, making transition between stronger bass or a balanced sound easier.

Pokdepinion: I would really like to test that CK550 out. It may look simple to some, but I like it that way.

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Raja Idris
The name's King, Kingky King. Likes to keep it simple and straightforward. A person who games regardless of what platform. Need value for money performance? Get AMD.
  • June 22, 2018 at 2:13 am

    I think CoolerMaster’s peripherals (at least their keyboards) are under rated. I have two of their Masterkeys Pro boards (one TKL and one full) and they’re great. I’d love for them to become a bigger competitor to Corsair and Razer and have more in the mech keyboard market especially.

    I’ve never tried any of their headsets but I’d love to give them a go.

    • Raja Idris
      June 22, 2018 at 6:10 pm

      I agree! I think that they offer a lot of choices, suiting to consumer’s budget, which is great for everyone.
      One of our writers is using the MasterPulse Pro and he really enjoys it, you definitely should!

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