Graphics card is not the only new Xtreme Gaming product that Gigabyte has brought to Computex 2016 as the company has also showcased several new Xtreme Gaming peripherals for the first time ever at the event. These new products are the latest addition to the series after the company launches the XM300 gaming mouse back in January this year.
Among them is the new XK700 gaming keyboard which features metal body and equipped with Cherry MX mechanical switches. In line with what seems to be a recurring theme at Computex 2016, the XK700 also comes with customizable RGB lighting on its individual keys. It also features a set of adjustable feet that can be precisely tuned to user’s liking.
Apart from the keyboard, gamers will soon be able to obtain a gaming headset from the series as well in the form of XH300. Said to be highly lightweight at only 300 grams, the XH300 is also equipped with customizable RGB lighting alongside a pair of 50mm bass-enhanced drivers that help deliver the audio to gamers.
Not enough of that, Gigabyte will also release Xtreme Gaming PC cases to the market soon. One of them is the sleek looking XC700 full tower case which features aluminum chassis and a transparent (but highly reflective) tempered glass as its side panel. For those who required smaller PC case, there’s also the XC300 mid tower case.
Of course, customizable RGB lighting comes as a standard on both cases. To complete the line up, Gigabyte has also planned to release XP1200M 80Plus Platinum power supply and Xtreme Gaming CPU cooler to the market as well.
Even though the pricing for these new peripherals are still not available for the time being, we were informed that consumers should be able to see the XK700 mechanical gaming keyboard and XP1200M power supply unit in Q3 2016 before followed by XC700 full tower case and XH300 gaming headset in Q4 2016. The release date for XC300 mid tower case and CPU cooler is not known at the moment though.