SFF Network CES 2019: CoolerMaster

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CoolerMaster was on our rounds of the CES convention today, showcasing many a new keyboard and some news!

They now have an in-house PSU development team. They want to be able to compete with EVGA and Corsair in PSU sales.



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Kooki

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Any info on the battery life of those slim 60% keyboards?
Also, any word on whether they only plan for versions with rechargeable batteries (no options with AA or AAA batteries)?
 
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Reldey

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What kind of switches do those use? Didn't look like cherry or mechanical to me.
 

ignsvn

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Ah. That 60% layout looks similar with GK64 or iGK64. Are they programmable?
 

owliwar

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I loved this!
the 60% keyboard would be a welcoming addition to my setup for sure
 

enricko7

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This keyboard would have so much potential if it wasn't reliant on a BT connection :(

These keyboards are wired/wireless. The cable is usb-c as well.


Don't know if anyone noticed, but the title photo shows a Space Gray colored keyboard with Apple layout. Is there any additional information about it?

Dunno about the apple layout, but the number pad looks like a nice add-on. I wonder if there is any info floating around about that...
 

Jonny727272

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These keyboards are wired/wireless. The cable is usb-c as well.
I know they are wired or wireless, but the whole point of them is to be wireless and Bluetooth just has too many issues for me to get a keyboard that uses it. I'd rather wait for Corsair or Logitech to put out a wireless one that uses a dongle like most mice do.
 

enricko7

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I know they are wired or wireless, but the whole point of them is to be wireless and Bluetooth just has too many issues for me to get a keyboard that uses it. I'd rather wait for Corsair or Logitech to put out a wireless one that uses a dongle like most mice do.
Ahhh gotcha. What bluetooth issues do you usually have? Reception from a distance?