At Computex 2015 we had the chance to have a quick look at what Roccat and Corsair are upto. Here, take a look.
Roccat introduced their new Nyth modular gaming mouse. While we've seen modular mouse before, this one takes it to a whole new level by allowing you to replace switches and side panels.
The bottom shot of the Nyth.
You can further tinker with the setting on your PC via the Roccat Swarm software which has a crazy amount of settings.
Roccat also showed-off their Ryos MK FX and the Ryos TKL FX gaming keyboards. The Ryos MK FX excludes the numpad while the Ryos TKL FX has the numpad. The pichere shows the Ryos TKL FX.
The keyboard has the audio jacks at the top left and also features five macro keys the left end.
Roccat has included three ‘thumbster’ keys, which is a fun way of saying programmable keys for your thumb.
Corsair this year also came with some new gear to Computex. This here is the new the Corsair Bulldog. It is a DIY 4K gaming PC kit for the living room. It comes with a SFX power supply, a small form factor water cooling solution and can support mini-ITX motherboards. Prices will start from $399 (Rs. 25,538 approx)
This new keyboard may remind you of the old K70 keyboard but this is the new STRAFE which comes with a detachable numpad. When you connect the numpad on the right side, it works as a numpad and if you connect to the left side, it can be configured to be used as a macro keypad.
Corsair will also provide a set of more grippy and textured ‘WASD & Space’ keys with the keyboard.
The keyboard uses Cherry MX Red switches and adjustable offers red backlighting.
The company also announced its new RMi series of PSUs. These will be available with a 80Plus gold rating and will come in 650W, 750W, 850W and 1000W capacities. Prices will start with $129.99 (Rs. 8,324 approx)
We also saw the newly launched Airflow version of Corsair’s 750D full tower case. Gone is the brushed metal finish and in its place, the case has a light mesh for maximum airflow.
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