If you are able to recall, Cooler Master last week has announced several new products at CES 2016 including a new case, CPU cooler, and PSU under its Maker Ecosystem series. As it turns out though, there were also several additional products that the company has brought to the event and these products will make their way to Malaysia soon.
One of them is the new MasterKeys Pro mechanical gaming keyboard which offers RGB LED lighting alongside a choice of Cherry MX switches. With 16.7 million colors available at disposal, gamers can certainly set up their MasterKeys Pro keyboards to shine brightly just like the Las Vegas Strip in several funky lighting modes.
Apart from that, the MasterKeys Pro keyboard also apparently comes with an easy-to-use software as well as support for on-the-fly macros and preset profiles. It will be released in two variants: the MasterKeys Pro L which is a full-size model complete with numeric keypad, and the tenkeyless MasterKeys Pro S.
Other than that, Cooler Master has also introduced the new Devastator II gaming keyboard and mouse combo which is the follow-up to the original Devastator combo that the company released in 2013. While information on these devices are rather limited, the gaming keyboard apparently features what the company referred to as “mem-chanical” switches which are apparently still able to provide tactile feedback of mechanical switches despite being membrane-based switches.
While the keyboard doesn’t feature full RGB backlighting, it is still equipped with single color LED lighting that will be made available in red, blue, and green depending on the market. As for the accompanying ambidextrous gaming mouse, it will apparently feature matching LED backlight, on-the-fly DPI presets, and side buttons.
In terms of availability, the Devastator II combo will be heading its way to Malaysia first in February 2016 before followed by MasterKeys Pro L and Pro S in March. That being said, Cooler Master Malaysia didn’t reveal the pricing for these new products though which means eager gamers might have to wait till they are released into the market in order to know their price tag.