Cooler Master today announced CM Storm Devastator, a killer keyboard and mouse combo tuned to get you into the game faster. An overwhelming combo, Devastator includes the MS2K Precision Mouse and MB24 Ergonomic Keyboard that are featured packed to satisfy the needs of gamers. Each is balanced between convenience, durability, and precision, which results in a winning combination.
Constructed from performance parts, the MS2K Precision Mouse includes on-the-fly DPI mode switching (800/1600/2000) that allows you to quickly switch between precise and rapid movements during heated battles. Its ergonomic body is formed to give you a comfortable experience, even after hours of use. A large and highly accurate mouse wheel effortlessly glides to make switching between weapons or scrolling through large documents an easy task. MS2K grants you extreme stability through solid rubber pads on its sides.
Designed to be a low profile ergonomic keyboard, the MB24 Keyboard is suited to be deployed in many spaces while offering you vital comfort over long periods of use. For a more durable and improved tactile experience, MB24 utilizes a custom membrane design. Adding to this durability, each keycap is both laser etched and textured to provide more grip. A hurried run through a game or competition can often cause some keyboard shifting due to the high rate of key presses. MB24 includes slide-resistant rubber pads on its underside to help quell these disruptive shifts. Changing your battle theme should not require you to wait for a lull in combat. MB24 includes dedicated multimedia keys that leave your most commonly needed functions readily available for a quick change. The warm glow of the MB24 Keyboard’s blue LED backlight makes your keyboard visible in even the darkest rooms and LANs. When lighting is no longer needed, a fast toggle key lets you switch the LED backlighting on and off as needed.
CM Storm Devastator is already available. Price and availability may vary based on region. This release is meant for the 39.95 euro region(s) only. Please consult your local Cooler Master Representative for more information.
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