CES2023 continues to be a whirlwind of new product announcements, upgrades, and displays. Cooler Master has released numerous new peripherals for PC enthusiasts, collectors, streamers, and anybody desiring a strong set of hardware to connect with their computer.
Prestigious PC Peripherals
Cooler Master MK770
The MK770, a 10-key wireless mechanical keyboard that has been named Cooler Master’s CES highlight, is the first product on display. Additionally, this board is the first gasket-mounted board from Cooler Master, and it will provide “a cleaner sound profile as well as flexible typing experience.” The PBT double-shot keycaps, which are available in a variety of colors to give your setup a unique flare, and Kailh Box V2 switches are also somewhat responsible for this.
Then, we shift into high gear with Stream Lux, Lucid, and Origins for streamers. Unlike Sr to Elgato’s selection of key lights, the Stream Lux is a full-spectrum LED light. In any case, the Stream Lucid USB-C microphone has an integrated filter that minimizes popping and static, so you don’t need lights to be heard effectively with it. Lastly, Stream Origins is a plug-and-play USB capture card with video capture quality of up to 4K 60 fps HDR for capturing games.
Audiological Gear with the SH711 and MH731
Following that, we have some audiological products, including the SH711 and MH731. The former is a wireless headset with noise-canceling technology and 40mm speakers for a quality audio experience. The latter is a closed-back analog headset with a detachable microphone and 50mm speakers capable of producing “dynamic sound for optimum realism” and clarity.
The Sakura Edition Lineup
Finally, Cooler Master is bringing new designs for its existing products, specifically with the Sakura Edition Lineup. The Sakura Edition series consists of the CK721 keyboard, the MM712 mouse, and the MP511 XL mousepad. In addition, Cooler Master is celebrating its 30th year in business by releasing a 30th Anniversary colorway for the MK721 keyboard, MM721 mouse, and MP511 mousepad.
It turns out that Cooler Master isn’t your average peripherals and parts company; it really has a few tricks up its sleeve. In addition, Cooler Master revealed the Synk X, a battery-powered haptic gaming chair, in October. With the Motion 1, an immersive gaming chair created by Cooler Master in partnership with D-Box, a Canadian company that specialises in haptic motion technology, we can now add another unique product to our list of haptic gadgets.
The Motion 1
The Motion 1 is a remarkable piece of equipment with features such as a magnetic headrest and lumbar support. Unfortunately, we do not have many details about this item. In any case, we will have to watch how this product performs in the future since we have experience with the Buttkicker haptics device, which gives haptics comparable to this product.
Overall, Cooler Master will reveal some fantastic new products at CES2023; we eagerly anticipate their final launch.