Cooler Master unveils several goodies

New case design, peripherals and more

Cooler Master has shown several new products during the CES 2019. For example the company has unveiled four new cases, a new series of power supply, gaming peripherals and more. While for few products there is already an ETA, for others is still unknown when they will be available.

Case wise, the company showcased the MasterBox Q500L and Q500P. Both cases will be shipping later this year and they come with a high customisable design. The panels are removable and fully perforated in order to improve the cooling. The NR400 and NR600 cases are also on the way. While the first is compatible with microATX motherboards, the latter is designed for ATX boards. Both cases will arrive in Q1 with a MSRP of $59.99.

In the power supply field, Cooler Master has added its new XG Gold Advanced series which we saw at Computex last year. The XG Gold Advanced is the first PSU that Cooler Master has designed fully in-house. One of the main feature of these power supplies regard the tiny LED display placed on the side. On this small panel you will see PSU load, fan speed and temperatures all in real time. The XG Gold Advanced is expected for May 2019.

Peripherals wise, Cooler Master shows three new gaming keyboards featuring CherryMX low profile switches. The main difference between the three models (SK621, SK361 and SK651) regard the layout. RGB lighting is available on all three models. Last but not least, the company is releasing its very first wireless mouse this year. With the MM831, Cooler Master adds a RGB gaming mouse based on PMW-3360 optical sensor and Omron switches.

On following you can find a quick video recap made from our friends over at Kitguru.

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Source: KitGuru

News by Luca Rocchi and Marc Büchel - German Translation by Marc Büchel - Italian Translation by Francesco Daghini

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