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Corsair Vengeance Keyboards and Mice Now Available

Category: Input Devices
Posted: December 16, 2011 09:30PM
Author: bp9801

It was not too long ago that Corsair announced its new line of Vengeance gaming keyboards and mice. Originally, Corsair was planning for the new products to be available in October, but that did not happen. Now, however, Corsair has announced the immediate availability of the new Vengeance gaming keyboards and mice. The K90 and M90 are designed for MMO and RTS players, while the K60 and M60 are designed with FPS gamers in mind. The K60 keyboard features Cherry MX Red switches, textured WASD keys, and a contoured left wrist rest. Those Cherry MX Red switches should help you frag the enemy quicker, as will the 1ms report rate and 20 key rollover. The M60 mouse features a 5700DPI Avago Technologies LaserStream gaming sensor, an aluminum unibody design with adjustable center of gravity, programmable lift detection, and a Sniper button that drops the DPI resolution when pressed to allow for more precise accuracy.

The K90 keyboard also features Cherry MX Red switches, 20 key rollover, 1ms report rate, and blue LED backlighting that can be set at three different intensities. There are also 18 macro keys on the left side that are fully programmable, plus you can toggle between three different profiles for up to 54 different macros. The M90 mouse has the same 5700DPI sensor, but it has 15 programmable buttons to store your macros for the latest MMO or RTS game. The macros can be stored in six profiles directly on the mouse, or you can use the Vengeance software to switch between even more profiles.

The Vengeance K90, K60, M90, and M60 keyboards and mice are available today. The K90 costs $129, the K60 at $109, the M90 at $79, and lastly the M60 at $69.



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Locutus on December 17, 2011 12:46PM
Just read about the K60 and M60 in the Jan issue of Computer Power User and I definitely fell in love with both of them, especially the sniper button on the M60.
scorpain on December 18, 2011 11:11AM
Razer all the way, sorry Corsair :(
hawkin90 on December 21, 2011 03:34AM
Corsair>Razer

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