Published: Tue, January 09, 2018
Business | By Tara Barton

Corsair Announces New Wireless Gaming Peripherals & Accessories

Corsair Announces New Wireless Gaming Peripherals & Accessories

It's time to UNPLUG and PLAY. But if you want to know why wireless keyboards don't generally bother with per-key LED backlighting the fact that you'll get 75 hours of continuous gaming /without/ the lights should tell you something. The mouse uses low-latency 2.4GHz Bluetooth and boasts a 16,000-DPI optical unit for a sensor. The lighting is controlled using Corsair's CUE software.

To prevent snooping the wireless if 128-bit AES encrypted to stop keystrokes being monitored from an outside source and is minimalist with the tenkeyless design to also combine as a living room gaming set up with the K63 Wireless Gaming Lapboard.

The Corsair K63 wireless gaming keyboard is available now for a price of $109, whereas the MM1000 wireless charging mousepad costs $79.

If Logitech's no-lag wireless gaming keyboard converted you into a fan of no-wires gaming, you'll love Corsair's new offerings. The mouse has a couple interchangeable magnetic side grips so you can change the feel it has in your hand, to match your preferred fit, and three-zone RGB lighting, to match your taste. Vibrant three-zone RGB lighting, fully customizable in CUE, lets gamers set their own style with almost unlimited illumination options, patterns, and effects, from simple colors to full synchronization with other CORSAIR RGB peripherals. Its real selling point is of course its built-in Qi charging module, which wirelessly recharges the mouse's 24 hours of battery life. When you do, DARK CORE RGB's wired mode lets you keep playing, with its nine programmable buttons always within easy reach however you connect. With a large 260mm x 350mm surface area, non-slip rubber base, USB 3.0 pass-through, and LED charging indicator completing the package, the MM1000 brings Qi wireless charging to your desktop - what you charge, is up to you. With the response time of the K63 Wireless being 1ms as standard the encryption will mean that goes up to a 1.08ms. Exhausted of your gaming being tied down by cables?

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Corsair's K63 gaming keyboard and K63 Wireless Gaming Lapboard are available to buy right now and cost £119.99 for just the mechanical keyboard or £159.99 for both the keyboard and lapboard. The Qi charging enabled "SE" version pairs up with the MM1000 charging mousepad to provide the wireless charging experience.

Aside from the wireless charging, the features present on the two Dark Core RGB variants are virtually identical.

CORSAIR is a world leader in providing high-performance PC peripherals and components to gamers, enthusiasts and e-sports athletes.

While wireless gaming mice have been around for donkey's years, gaming keyboards have been regarded as serious business and have largely remained wireless.

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