Known mainly for their pre-built gaming systems, Yeyian was showing off a wide array of components and peripherals at CES 2024. We have been following this brand closely as they work to grow their brand in the US market, and think that they have a successful future ahead of them. Check out these new products that we encountered while visiting them at the show.
Palette Series Monitor
We have seen a lot of different monitors this year at CES, and Yeyian is part of that assortment. Their 45″ Palette OLED monitor sports a QHD (2560 x 1440) resolution on an 800R curved screen. A 240Hz refresh rate and 0.1ms response time should provide a smooth gaming experience for gamers looking for fast paced action, while the 1000 nits of brightness, 10-bit color, and 99% DCI-P3 rating will ensure there are great visuals to boot from this LG-made panel. For those looking to connect a laptop or mobile device, 65 watts of power delivery is available for keeping those devices charged during use. Input options include a single DisplayPort 1.4 port, two HDMI 2.1 ports, a single USB Type-C with Power Delivery, and three USB Type-A (USB 3.2 Gen1). We expect to see this monitor sometime in Q3 for right around $1,400.
Proact Series Monitors
Additionally, Yeyian was showing off a 25″ FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS display from their Proact series. This display has a 360Hz refresh rate paired up with a 1ms reaction time for those fast FPS and MOBA gaming titles. Connectivity options include a single DisplayPort 1.4 port, and two HDMI 2.1 ports. This monitor is already available for purchase, but we wanted to make sure we highlighted it here.
ARGB LCD Panel AIO Cooler
Another product that Yeyian is bringing out is an all-in-one liquid cooler for your CPU. Mounted on the pump housing is a 2.1″, 480 x 480 resolution IPS display that can be used to show off your system stats, temperatures, and more. Adding a bit of additional color to this cooler are RGB fans with a maximum speed of 2,600 RPM and up to 72 CFM of airflow. Multiple sizes of this cooler are expected to launch this year starting in April, including 240mm, 360mm, 420mm, and a 480mm version coming later on. Initial pricing for the 240mm is $120, while the 360mm pricing will be set at $139.
Ultra Compact Transparent Keyboard
Designed with their own switches inside, Yeyian is bringing out their very own 65% keyboard. The model we saw in person had an awesome transparent body, as well as clear pudding-style keycaps in multiple colors. This wireless keyboard packs an internal battery that can last up to 10 days in standby mode, and also has a one hour fast charging function as well. Wireless connectivity comes in the way of either 2.4GHz wireless via a USB dongle, or Bluetooth with support for connecting up to three different devices. Set to launch in May, this keyboard should retail for $89.
Mechanical Keyboard – Cherry Switches
If you want to go the route of having a keyboard with tried-and-true switches, then Yeyian will also be offering a 75% model with Cherry MX2A Speed Silver switches. Again, this keyboard offers wired, Bluetooth, or 2.4GHz wireless connectivity, giving you plenty of options for integrating this keyboard into your setup(s). Pre-lubricated switches offer an upgraded typing experience compared to non-lubed switches, which is always a nice bonus. With RGB lighting not only on the switches themselves, but surrounding the body of the keyboard, you are able to light up your gaming area as you see fit. A small control dial is placed at the top right of the keyboard for your standard volume control function when needed. No word just yet on pricing or availability.
In addition to the keyboards, Yeyian also had two gaming mice on hand to check out, the first being the Drift. Weighing in at just 52 grams, this lightweight mouse features PixArt’s 3395 26k DPI sensor with support for up to an 8,000 Hz polling rate and 0.125ms of latency when using it in the wired mode. If you switch over to the 2.4GHz wireless mode, you get access to a 4,000 Hz polling rate and 0.25ms latency. Available in early 2024, the Drift will sell for $79.
With the same Pixart 3395 26k DPI sensor, 8KHz wired polling rate, 4KHz wireless polling rate, and matching 2.4HGz wireless connectivity as the Drift, the Yeyian Dominate gaming mouse is slightly larger, but still comes in at just 58g. With a more extreme cutout pattern in the body of the mouse, the Dominate has a magnesium alloy body for a unique take on gaming mouse design. Coming some time in late March or early April, we should see the Dominate priced at $129.
Mirage X Case
While Yeyian is most well known for their pre-configured systems, they do offer some of their cases for sale as standalone products, including the Mirage X. The Mirage X will be available in both a full ATX size, as well as an mATX size. With room in the larger case for up to 360mm radiators, the coolest part of the Mirage X is the louvered tempered glass front panel. Instead of a flat panel that allows no air to enter via the front of the case, Yeyian has designed the Mirage X to have multiple angled tempered glass strips that run up and down the front of the case. These panels are illuminated by LEDs, and look quite nice, while also allowing for airflow where other cases cut it off due to their solid front panels. The larger version of the case will be ready sometime in February or March of 2024 and will sell for around $150. No word on availability for the smaller version, but expect it to come in right around the $130 mark.