Computex 2018: Gamdias

Last year was the first time the FunkyKit team visited the Gamdias booth and we were very impressed with the line up of gaming accessories, so this year we just had to go back again to see what delights they had for us.

In line with many other manufacturers at this year’s Computex, Gamdias was keen to showcase some products that are not available on the market yet, with some still in development stages, in hoping to whet the appetites of visitors to their booth.

First up is the Hades P1 wireless charging mouse and Nyx P2 gaming mouse mat. Not content with a wireless gaming mouse that is RGB, Gamdias’ Nyx P2 mouse mat also has RGB edges. The top right corner of the Nyx P2 has a wireless charging pad, so you can manoeuvre your Hades P1 over this area to charge it, or put your smartphone that has wireless charging capabilities onto it for a quick juice up. You’ll have to wait until Q3 to get your hands on one.

On one the main stands of Gamdias’ booth was literally piled high with new products from the company, all awaiting release in Q3. Gamdias has finally moved into the AIO cooler market by bringing out their Chione Cooler. The fans on the Chione Coolers are RGB, and are operated via a remote control to change their colours and display patterns.

 

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Keyboard-wise, 2 new editions caught our attention; the Hermes P4 which sports a smartphone holder, and the Hermes P3 low profile RGB gaming keyboard which has much shorter key switches (we will later on notice this trend running through Computex).

In-between all these products were the new power supply ranges, Cyclops and Astrape, from Gamdias, both of which are fully RGB with 27 different lighting effects. Whilst the Astrape power supply range might be considered for the ‘regular’ user, the Cyclops range is top of the line with a version rated at 1200W!!!

Not content with just making gaming accessories, this year Gamdias will be releasing 2 new PC cases; the ATX Talos M1 and the smaller Talos E1 (pictured above). Both are fully RGB and come with tempered glass as their suicide doors. Both are made with aluminium, making them very lightweight for you to move them around.

Hidden away from prying eyes behind some heavy black curtains were Gamdias’ latest edition of their gaming chairs, the Achilles E3. The Achilles E3 comes in 5 different stitching colours with the ‘eye-lets’ are the back being fully RGB customisable.

So those of you that are less RGB inclined, Gamdias has also released the Aphrodite P1 gaming chair that has no RGB, you will see Winston testing it out in our upcoming video!

Finally, we were given a demonstration of the latest software by Gamdias to control all your RGB lights! Previously, you would have used their Hera software on a PC, but Gamdias is in the development stages of Mobile Hera so you can control your RGB lighting on your mobile phone.

Personally, these Greek Gods’ names are killing me, trying to spell them and pronounce them out is taking it’s toll on me, but having said that we are looking forward to testing out Gamdias newest products, so expect reviews for them very soon!

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