Corsair has been showing off a selection of upcoming products that include the new Raptor K40 keyboard and M45 optical mouse. The keyboard features six programmable gaming keys, 18 programmable functions from three separate banks, onboard macro storage, and even 16.8 million color customizable backlit keys. The K40 will retail for $79.99 and be available sometime in January.
The Raptor M45 optical mouse features a 5000 dpi sensor, large PTFE glide pads, adjustable weight system, seven programmable buttons, and an instant dpi switching feature that allows users to toggle between high and low sensor resolution.
The M45 is also expected to be available in this month and retail for $59.99.
For those shopping around for a new full-tower case, Corsair unveiled the Graphite Series 760T and 730T cases with full steel roof and frame. Available in black ($179.99) or Arctic White ($189.99) the 760T features an almost fully transparent side panel with the other side being opaque, both hinged to the rear and able to swing open.
Both the 760T and 730T comes with nine expansion slots, four side-mounted 2.5-inch drive caddies, four front mounted USB ports (two of those USB 3.0), and room for up to 8 fans. Included with the cases are three AF140L high-airflow fans, two in the front and one in the rear.
With the 730T version the only differences are a more lackluster exterior where both side panels are just steel panels with no windows and is only offered in black for $139.99.
Both cases will be available in February.
Other tech products Corsair has been showing off at CES 2014 include the Obsidian 250D Mini-ITX PC case, AX1500i PSU, Hydro Series H105 Liquid CPU Cooler, and Flash Voyager GO USB OTG Drive.
The Obsidian 250D Mini-ITX PC case features two expansion slots, two 3.5/2.5-inch combo bays, a full size 5.25-inch drive bay and room for up to five fans. It weighs 9.7 lbs and measures 11.4x10.9x13.81 inches and will retail for $89.99 when it is released later this month.
Users who are looking to keep their PCs cool can decide whether or not to purchase Corsair’s Hydro Series H105 Liquid CPU Cooler and keep it powered with the AX1500i PSU. Available this month for $119.99, the H105 cooler is fitted with two SP120L PWM 120mm fans, generating a maximum sound of 37.7dB, and includes an LED backlit logo and replaceable color ring while the 240mm aluminum radiator measures 270mm x 120mm x 38mm.
The AX1500i PSU boasts 94% efficiency at 50% of the load at 115v and can support up to 4 GPUs with its 8 PCI-E cables. Built with a 140mm low-noise fan the AX1500i features a silent zero rpm fan mode up to 450 watts while boasting that, at the full 1500 watt output, only generates 26.5dB.
The final product Corsair revealed is the Flash Voyager GO USB 3.0 flash drive. With its USB and Micro-USB connector it will work with OTG-compatible Android mobile devices as well as PCs and notebooks.
The Voyager Go will be available this month with three different models. The 16GB will retail for $19.99, 32GB for $29.99, and 64GB for $49.99.