The terms “Wireless” and “Gaming” usually don’t go hand in hand, but Corsair has decided to change that mindset today by announcing a range of wireless gaming peripherals at CES 2018.
The range includes the K63 Keyboard priced at $109(INR 7000), the SE Dark Core RGB Mouse priced at $89(INR 5800), and the Lapboard priced at $59 (INR 3800) and A combo of the K63 and the Lapboard will cost you $159 (INR 10200).
The K63 comes with Cherry MX Red Switches with a blue backlight and connects either using a 1ms 2.4GHz Bluetooth connection or via wired USB connection. It is also the company’s first TKL keyboard (10 key less, lacking the numpad) and has been promised to provide 75 hours of untethered gameplay.
The Dark Core comes with a 16,000 DPI sensor, has 9 programmable buttons and also comes with customizable RGB lighting, while providing a battery backup of over 25 hours. The mouse also supports Qi wireless charging and for this, a new mousepad, the Corsair MM1000 was announced. Along with the mouse you can also charge all Qi-enabled devices such as the Galaxy Note 8, and the iPhone X. The MM1000 costs $79, same as the non-SE variant of the Dark Core.