Today at Computex 2014, Corsair released a variety of new products.
First up are the Cherry MX RGB Gaming Keyboards, the first mechanical keyboards to utilize the Cherry MX RGB switches that allow for different lighting. They’ll be available as the K70 RGB and K95 RGB.
Also launched is the M65 RGB mouse, a gaming mouse that provides three zone 16.8 million color backlighting.
The K95 RGB will have an MSRP of $189.99, the K70 RGB will be $169.99, and the M65 RGB will be $69.99.
Next up is Corsair’s new Hydro Series HG10 GPU cooling bracket. The cooling bracket will replace the reference cooler on a GPU and allow the user to hook up a Corsair Hydro Series liquid CPU cooler to the GPU. It will be available for $39.99, and will have several editions designed for specific graphics cards.
Also, Corsair showed off three new PC chassis.
The Carbide Series Air 240 is a Mini-ITX and Micro ATX chassis, which will ship in August at a list price of $89.99 to $99.99.
The Graphite Series 780T is a Full-Tower chassis, which will ship in September at a list price of $179.99 to $189.99.
The Graphite Series 380T is a Mini-ITX portable chassis, which will ship in August at a list price of $129.99.
In addition, Corsair announced the Voyager Air 2 Wireless Drive. The Voyager Air 2 wirelessly adds 1 TB of storage to Android, iOS, Windows, and Mac OS X devices. It utilizes the Voyager Air 2.0 software that adds new features such as support for simplified media browsing, cloud sync with Dropbox and Google Drive, and Airplay streaming for Apple TV. It can also be plugged into a USB 3.0 port for faster access. It will be available starting in June for $179.99.
Corsair also announced the Flash Voyager GTX USB 3.0 flash drive in 256 GB and 128 GB configurations. The Flash Voyager GTX uses SSD technologies with TRIM support for up to 450 MB/s reads and 350 MB/s writes. It will retail at $199.99 for the 256 GB version, and $119.99 for the 128 GB version.
Finally, Corsair launched the new HXi series PSU line. The HXi PSUs will be fully modular, they will have 80 PLUS Platinum efficiency, meaning they can achieve greater than 92% energy efficiency. The HXi PSUs will be available starting in August, and prices are as follows: HX750i 750 watt: $169.99, HX850i 850 watt: $189.99, and the HX1000i 1000 watt: $229.99.