Corsair unleashes several wireless peripherals

Keyboard, mouse, Qi wireless charging mouse pad and a lapboard

During the CES 2018, Corsair has added a bunch of new wireless peripherals to its line-up. During the show, the company has introduced a new gaming keyboard, gaming mouse, Qi wireless charging mouse pad and a lapboard.


All the new peripherals share three core principles: 1ms response time, low latency bluetooth connection and 2.4GHz wireless charging technology.

The K63 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is a tenkeyless keyboard and drops the numpad in favour of a smaller form factor. The keyboard comes Cherry MX Red mechanical switches and more choices will be available once the peripherals will be popular. According to Corsair, the battery will last between 15 and 75 hours depending on how the user's backlighting preferences.

The K63 Wireless Gaming Lapboard is compatible with the K63 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard that can simply installed in and out of the left-hand side. The Lapboard sports memory foam cushioning underneath, palm wrist and a cloth mousepad to the right. With the Lapboard, Corsair unveils also the Dark Core RGB Gaming Mouse. This mouse features 16'000 DPI optical sensor, interchangeable side grips and RGB lighting zones.

The Dark Core RGB Gaming Mouse can be used wired or via bluetooth. If you will use its own battery, the device will last up to 24 hours, while with the MM1000 Qi Wireless Charging Mouse Pad you can charge it when you use.

Speaking about prices, the K63 Wireless Mechanical Gaming Keyboard will costs $109, the K63 Wireless Gaming Lapboard should be available for $59 and the Dark Core RGB Gaming Mouse should costs $79. Last but not least the MM1000 Qi Wireless Charging Mouse Pad will costs $79.
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Source: Corsair

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini


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