Cooler Master today announces the CM Storm Pulse-R aluminum gaming headset. The Pulse-R is considered to be the first modular headset that provides gamers to represent and brand their team in the growing e-Sports world while offering great sound to keep gamers involved in the action fully.
CM Storm has announced a brand new gaming keyboard in their QuickFire XT. This gaming keyboard is the full 104 key sibling to the top rated QuickFire Rapid. The QuickFire Rapid had huge success for its solid design and quality, but many people wanted that extra number pad and now they have it with the QuickFire XT.
The CM Storm Power-RX seems to be the skinny brother to the Control-RX. Both were released at the same time to target different audiences. Cooler Master boasts that the Power-RX is designed for making precise and intricate movements with ease. It features their “Surgical Strike Surface” construction. Read on as we take a look…
As I have said before in a previous review, I don’t really care about the surface that I use when gaming but after using this mousepad for a week, I think my view has changed. First off the mousepad is HUGE and it is also extremely smooth. I’ve never personally seen anything like it. The Control-RX is geared towards low DPI gamers that need that ability to have precise movement. The smooth Lycra surface gives you zero drag when moving across the surface of the mousepad.
Cooler Master has their own gaming line called CM Storm. CM Storm offers keyboards, mice, headsets and even cases for gamers. Today we are checking out one of their latest cases the Scout 2. I did not get the chance to check out the original Scout case so I do not know what to expect. The Scout 2 features support for long video cards, room for up to 7 hard drives, tool-less installation of hard drives and optical drives, USB 3.0 support and a handle so you can easily take your system with you to a LAN party. Is this the case for your gaming machine? Read on to find out!
Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer today showcased the next step in the evolution of highly mobile mid-towers, the Scout 2. True dedication to the growing eSports phenomenon is being ready to move at a moment’s notice. Be it a LAN, friend’s house, or a remote battlefield, Scout 2 is prepared to take the fight to the enemy. Comfortable rubber carrying handles with steel reinforcements that are bolted to the core structure ensure that no matter how good your configuration is, they’ll be there to support the weight and ensure a swift transition between battlegrounds. Bumps and scuffs are an unavoidable part of any mission to a remote destination. A sliding cover over the two USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, and audio jacks on the front panel helps defend against possible damage and ensure that you can plug in and continue to frag.
A few months back Cooler Master allowed me to review The CM Storm Quick Fire Pro (QFP). You can check out the review here. In that review I proclaimed that “Cooler Master hit the nail on the head when focusing on the important aspects of a gaming keyboard.” If you read the review you’ll know that I really liked the Quick Fire Pro and then Cooler Master up and HAD to send me the CM Storm Trigger. The CM Storm Trigger Mechanical Gaming Keyboard for all intents and purposes is the “smarter hotter sister” of the Quick Fire Pro. Even though I’ve been hooked on the Roccat ISKU Illuminated Gaming Keyboard recently why do I feel like I’m cheating? I really need to get out more…
The CM Storm Trigger Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is the first gaming keyboard that Bob asked me to review in what I refer to as the “dime-piece” category. For the most part, regardless of price, the recent gaming keyboards I’ve reviewed for ThinkComputers have been in the Mid-Upper price tier of gaming peripheral products. The Trigger on the other hand is in the highest price tier and is supposed to be the best of the best that Cooler Master has to offer. Let’s see if it lives up to the hype.
Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer, today sees the release of a gaming headset that is focused on a pure audio experience, the Ceres-400. Large 40mm drivers sit behind the booming power of the Ceres-400. Delve into your games, music, movies, and even internet calls with absolute clarity. Oversized and breathable 90mm ear pads provide an extremely comfortable cushion for long-term audio enjoyment.
Not that long ago we took a look at the CM Storm Quick Fire Pro Gaming Keyboard, now we are back with the CM Storm Trigger Gaming Keyboard! The Trigger is a step up from the Quick Fire Pro being CM Storm’s most expensive keyboard currently available. The Trigger features Cherry MX Brown mechanical key switches, 5 marco keys, full key illumination with 3 different modes, 64KB on-board memory for profile storage, a two port USB 2.0 hub and much more! Read on to check out our unboxing video and to see what the keyboard looks like when you turn the lights on!
Yes, Cooler Master’s CM Storm Sonuz headset is a beast. 53mm drivers, 97mm earpads, detachable microphone, and a 3.5mm headphone jack, set the stage for a headset that is ready to climb in the ring with the big boys. But instead of dazzling you with virtual surround, the Sonuz is just going to hit you with raw power. Is its raw power strong enough to deliver a knockout punch? Continue reading to find out…