Corsair Announces New Mouse, Keyboard, PSUs, and Bulldog 2.0 at CES 2017
Corsair has announced a number of new products today, so we should just jump into it. First up is a new SCIMITAR PRO RGB gaming mouse. This builds on success of the CORSAIR SCIMITAR RGB by adding a new native 16,000 DPI PMW3367 sensor developed with PIXART and onboard profile storage. A defining feature of the SCIMITAR mice from Corsair is the panel of twelve mechanical side macro buttons, which can be slid up to 8 mm to put them where you want them. With the onboard memory, the macros you set in the CORSAIR Utility Engine (CUE) can go with you to use on any system, as can the RGB lighting settings you select. You can also finely adjust the sensor's DPI to fit your preference from CUE. It is available immediately in both yellow and black finishes.
Also announced today is the K95 RGB Platinum mechanical keyboard. It has an aircraft-grade anodized brushed aluminum frame and uses Cherry MX switches, with your chase of the RGB Speed switch, for high-speed, low-travel action or the tactile RGB Brown switch. On the left side of the keyboard are six dedicated macro keys that also have a special texture, to stand out from the others. With 8 MB of onboard memory, the macros you assign in CUE can go with you as can the multi-layer lighting profiles, so you can game as you wish, where you wish without the need of special software. The keyboard supports both per-key RGB lighting but also a new LightEdge, a 19-zone light bar that can be lit separately or with the rest of the keyboard. There is also a USB pass-through, detachable dual-sided soft-touch wrist rest, media control keys, and it comes with replacement textured keycaps for you to use in your favorite FPS and MOBA games. The K95 RGB Platinum will be available later this month in both black and gunmetal finishes.
Next we have new HX and TX-M series PSUs. The new HX PSUs offer 80 Plus Platinum efficiency, which means 94% efficient operation. They also have a 135 mm cooling fan and Zero RPM mode to keep it quiet and cool, and are fully modular. The TX-M series achieves 80 Plus Gold efficiency and is semi-modular. Both series of PSUs are available immediately.
Finally the company has announced the Bulldog 2.0 case, which keeps the look and small form factor of the original case, but has been upgraded to come with the latest MSI Intel Z270 mini-ITX motherboard, so you can overclock the new 7th Intel CPUs. The case also includes the new, low-profile H6SF liquid CPU cooler, SF600 SFX PSU, and two low-noise 92 mm PWM cooling fans from Corsair's ML Series. It is available immediately