Corsair debuts Vengeance K95 Mechanical Keyboard, M65 and M95 Mice
We have already seen couple of mechanical gaming keyboards at the CES 2013 like ROCCAT Ryos and Helios RK-9200, and here is yet another one, but this time it is from Corsair. The company has introduced its second generation of Vengeance line, which includes Vengeance K95, a successor to the K90 and M95 and M65 gaming mice.
The Vengeance K95 is coming with a black anodized brushed aluminum body and features fully mechanical Cherry MX Red switches on every single key, including 18 dedicated macro toggles. The company has improved its backlight with self illumination, means each key on the keyboard can individually enable or disable its illumination and can be adjusted to four levels of intensity.
The K95 also features a full anti-ghosting, 20-key rollover, and a 1ms reporting rate. The Vengeance K95 is priced at $150 and expected to be available in spring.
the Vengeance line also includes M95 and M65 gaming mice and both com with an 8200 DPI sensor and an aluminum unibody chassis, but M95 also features 15 programmable buttons and onboard storage for six switchable profile. On the other hand, the M65 features an innovative DPI dropping Sniper button for accurate aiming.
There is a Microsoft Windows software utility which lets you manage macro keys, on-board profiles, and sensor settings to customize the M95 mouse. The Vengeance M95 comes in two colors Arctic White and Gunmetal Black, while the M65 in three colors, Military Green, Arctic White and Gunmetal Black. The Vengeance M95 is priced at $79 while $69 for M65. Corsair Vengeance M95 and M65 mice will be available in January.