Corsair Launches New Gaming Headsets, Keyboard, and Mouse Pads at PAX Prime
The Penny Arcade Expo is kicking off this weekend up in Seattle, Washington, and various companies are debuting new gear at PAX Prime. Corsair has a plethora of gaming headsets at the show, as well as a keyboard and two mouse pads. The headsets cover the Vengeance and Raptor lines, with the Vengeance 2100, 1500 v2, and 1400 alongside the Raptor HS40 and HS30. The Vengeance 2100 is a wireless headset with Dolby 7.1 Surround, the 1500 v2 also has Dolby 7.1 Surround and various improvements over the older model, while the 1400 is a stereo headset with 3.5mm analog connections. The Raptor HS40 features 7.1 Surround sound in a circumaural design, while the HS30 is an analog model with a circumaural design.
As for the keyboard, it's part of the Raptor line: the Raptor K30. It's a rubber dome keyboard with red LED backlighting, six dedicated gaming keys that can have macros for 18 total combinations, multimedia keys, onboard memory to save profiles, and a Windows lock key to prevent you from going to the desktop during a game. The two mouse pads are in a couple of different sizes, with the MM20 Extended coming in at 930mm x 300mm (36.6" x 11.8"), while the MM40 Compact is a nice 310mm x 235mm (12.2" x 9.25") .
All the products can be viewed at PAX Prime this weekend, with retail launches for them in September. The Vengeance 2100 is priced at $149.99, the 1500 v2 at $99.99, and the 1400 at $89.99. The Raptor HS40 is $59.99 and the HS30 only $49.99. The Raptor K30 keyboard comes in at $59.99, while the MM20 Extended mouse pad is $34.99 and the MM40 Compact is $19.99.
Source: Press Release