Cooler Master kicked off CES 2020 by revealing their new range of PC cases for 2020. Next up is their new range of peripherals including the MM831 gaming mouses and the new range of MH600 gaming headsets.
“Last year, Cooler Master showcased products that are beneficial in both work and play situations,” said Bryant Nguyen, Peripheral General Manager. “In 2020, we’re leaning into that theme even more, revealing PC peripherals with convenient, functional features that are ideal for both office environments and personal gaming setups.”
The MH600 series of Cooler Master gaming headsets feature 50mm Neodymium drivers, classic Cooler Master design, and Form-Fitting Cushioning that deliver on Cooler Master’s vision of “Your Audio, Your Way”. Starting with their base model, the MH630, you get your traditional 3.5mm wired headset that is compatibility with PC, console, and mobile gaming. Moving up to the MH650 headset, Cooler Master have introduced RGB lighting, virtual 7.1 surround sound. While the top of the range MH670 is your 2.4GHz wireless gaming headset. Every MH600 headset also features omnidirectional boom mic and will be on sale from Jan/Feb this year, from $59.99 to $119.99USD.
I can honestly say I love the look of this new mouse from Cooler Master, and best of all it has plenty of performance to match its sleek, ambidextrous design. The MM831 wireless gaming mouse is that not only features a 32000 DPI Pixart optical sensor, but also integrates Qi wireless charging properties, meaning you can charge your MM831 mouse on your QI charging pad rather than your traditional USB cable. The MM831 swings both ways, by this I obviously mean it utilises both 2.4GHz wireless frequency and Bluetooth 4.2 as its wireless connectivity. Topping off this beautiful mouse is support for Cooler Master’s software support that allows users to customise the RGB lighting and macros. The MM831 is set for a Q2 2020 release at $79.99USD.