Cooler Master Introduces Their First Wireless Peripheral Lineup at CES 2019
In addition to Cases, Coolers, and Power Supplies Cooler Master is also entering the world of wireless finally with a full range of products. We got to take a look across all categories and what we saw was promising. The SK Series of keyboards was especially interesting with their slim profiles and very solid feel.
The MH670 is a wireless, hassle free headset that provides superior comfort through lightweight construction and plush swiveling ear cups. Its 3.5mm connection adapts to an array of devices including PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and most mobile devices. Virtual 7.1 surround sound and 40mm Neodymium drivers work in harmony to provide a full and a balanced sound with excellent noise isolation. Its detachable Omni-directional boom microphone and fold-flat design grants easy portability and usage beyond the gaming environment.
The SK621, SK631, and SK651 are slim profile mechanical keyboards with the perfect balance of “work and play.” The SK series features Cherry MX low profile switches that provide a reduced travel distance and actuation point with the same signature durability and precision as a standard red switch. The boards can be used wired over a removable Type-C USB or through Bluetooth 4.0 with the ability to support up to three devices at a time. Per-key backlighting, surrounding light bars, and macros can be fully customized through Cooler Masters easy to use Portal Software Application. On-the-fly-controls allow real-time adjustments to lighting and macros without the need of software, including Windows Lock On/Off to prevent accidental actuation during game play.
Users can choose from three sizes depending on preference. The SK621 is compact and has a 65-key layout perfect for on-the-go, the SK631 is a ten keyless layout for users with limited desk space, and the SK651 is the series full-layout keyboard.
The MM831 is Cooler Master’s first wireless mouse. It features dynamic four zone RGB lighting effects and is designed with top-of-the line 3360 optical sensor for accuracy and speed, with settings up to 24,000 DPI. Its durable PBT chassis reduces wear and tear, while Omron switches provide a 50M click reliability. Located in the thumb-rest area, the hidden D-Pad grants fast access, especially useful in MMOs. Its OLED screen permits further customization. Users can program the screen to display graphics, track APMs, or reflect DPI settings. We had no shots of this one because it was…missing, seriously no one had any clue where it went!
The GS750 is more than a standard headset. It is equipped with Qi wireless charging to be mobile devices ready to go and two USB 3.0 ports. 13 LEDS illuminate the headset stand base and are customizable through Cooler Masters easy to use software suite. Its onboard soundcard with 5.1 surround allow users headsets plug directly into the stand for superior sound quality and complete immersion.
Oh, Comes in White Too?
It’s almost like everyone knows I have a soft spot for white components and waits until the very end to pull these out. I’m not complaining, I always get excited to see more options!
North America Pricing and Availability
SK621: $119.99 March 2019
SK631: $139.99 Q2
SK651: $159.99 Q3
MH670: $99.99 June 2019
GS750: $79.99 February 2019
ControlPad: $99.99 Cherry MX/89.99 Gateron May 2019