Corsair, a gaming device manufacturer has announced the latest products. The company has introduced a variety of peripherals such as the latest Harpoon RGB Wireless mouse to StreamCard Elgato.
Michael Gray, Product Line Manager, Corsair HID, introduced Corsair's latest gaming peripherals. Harpoon RGB Wireless appears wirelessly and supports SlipStream, delivering cable-like performance.
SlipStream Wireless offers 2.4GHz wireless gaming class speeds, offering twice as many data packs as the previous generation.
Corsair also announced Ironclaw RGB. The device uses a Corsair optical sensor, the PMW3391 specially designed for Pixart. Users can adjust the sensitivity up to 18,000 DPI.
In addition, Corsair provides the RGB Elite M65 which uses a new generation of 18,000 DPI optical sensors. This device is supposed to be more accurate with sensitivity settings by 1 DPI. Elite M65 RGB can be reduced by 15% to just 97g.
The company also revealed that the Corsair K83 wireless keyboard offers an intuitive button layout. The device has advantages such as flexible, can be connected to various devices, stylish with elegant and powerful colors.
Aniela Jankowski, product marketing manager for Corsair, unveiled the latest case and example. The latest is the Corsair Crystal Series 680X RGB, the ATX tempered glass enclosure with the dual chamber concept. The Crystal Series 680X RGB Series allows airflow to flow smoothly to the hottest components such as processor and VGA.
Bright and dynamic RGB lighting of 3 LL120 RGB fans controlled by Corsair Lighting Node Pro via iCUE software.
Corsair also offers a new family, Elgato, for content creators. Featured products include the Elgato HD60Pro and HD60S, materials that allow content creators to record and broadcast the games they play.
HD60Pro uses the PCIe X1 interface, while the HD60S uses USB3.0. Meanwhile, Elgato Stream Deck is a control device that allows broadcasters to easily choose actions as easy as pressing the buttons.