Cooler Master Octane Mouse and Keyboard Combo

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Cooler Master, a global leader in chassis, cooling products, power supplies, peripherals and so much more has recently announced the Octane Keyboard and Mouse combo for the masses to be excited.

Taipei, Taiwan — Oct 28th2014  —Cooler Master, a leading creator, innovator and manufacturer of desktop components and more, today announced Octane, a keyboard and mouse combo that covers the whole spectrum. See full details on the Octane right here.

Gaming In Style

Following the overwhelming success of the Devastator gaming mouse and keyboard combo, Cooler Master is introducing a new package for those looking to get their game on their way. The Octane features backlighting with 7 different color options with varied modes including pulsating and full backlighting. The colors for the mouse and keyboard can be changed independently of each other for whatever color combination you’re looking for.

Precision Control

Built with an AVAGO 3050 optical sensor, the mouse is extremely accurate. With 4 DPI levels ranging from 500 DPI to 3500 DPI, the Octane mouse is as precise as you need it to be. The mouse is capable of handling up to 10 million clicks in its lifetime, so you don’t have to worry about it letting you down.

The Octane keyboard offers just about everything you could want in a gaming keyboard. It has dedicated media control keys, dedicated backlight switching key, and a Windows key that you can toggle on and off for when you’re in game. The Octane keyboard utilizes adjustable repeat rates and 19-key anti-ghosting technology to ensure that none of your commands are missed, even when using hotkey modifiers.

Availability

Octane is shipping now to vendors across North America. Price and availability may vary based on region. Please consult your local Cooler Master Representative for more information.

Source: Cooler Master

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