As one of the major brands in the peripheral market, of course, Cooler Master is going to take the chance at CES 2023 and reveal a whole bunch of new products for this year and there are good for both gaming and streaming.

Cooler Master Sakura Limited Edition Gears

Entering the spotlight are the new members of the Sakura Limited Edition family with the MK721 keyboard, MH721 mouse, and MP511 mousepad now in the iconic pink/white design that will definitely add some needed flairs to a full pink setup. The best thing is that they debuted in a sort of a “bundle” so that you don’t need scour individual units and instead, snag all of them to complete your build in one go.

Cooler Master MK770 Multi Theme

For more customized choices, the MK770 debuts with different themes to make up for a wide variety of setups. The flexy keyboard itself is a hybrid wired/wireless device with a gasket-mounted structure providing a cleaner sound profile by not slamming the switch against the top and bottom casing. Running the Kailh Box V2 switch by default, it is hot-swappable which means it is a great starter for the custom mechanical keyboard hobby while the 3-way precision wheel can be used to do multiple kinds of things like shortcuts and media functions. Lastly, the PBT double shot OEM profile keycaps are durable for long-term usable.

Cooler Master MH731 SH711

The headset department sees the addition of a pair of wired and wireless models in the form of MH731 and SH711 with the former rocking a closed-back design and 50mm driver to go with the detachable boom mic for some high-quality audio for both music and gaming while the latter wins mostly by its wireless connection, built-in ANC and special dual-chamber 40mm speakers for a tangle-less experience.

Cooler Master Streaming Kit

Finally, budding streamers who need some gears to make their online broadcasting live a bit easier may find the new trio Stream Lucid USB-C mic with a built-in filter, the Stream Origins capture card with multi-console and system support for up to 4K60FPS HDR footage, and the Stream Lux lighting panel that not only shines a light source towards you but also an RGB ring for more light pollution usable at any time you need it.


Information regarding the price and release window of the products announced in this post is unavailable for now.


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