Cooler Master has unveiled some new products at the Summer Summit 2021. Thus, new gaming mice and keyboards from the manufacturer are coming out.
Cooler Master CK721
Starting off the new products is the Cooler Master CK721, a wireless mechanical keyboard. The CK721 features a 65% layout, so there is no numeric keypad and the field next to the entertest has been greatly reduced. Overall, the keyboard measures 334 x 118 x 37 mm and is made of sandblasted aluminum. Cooler Master sourced the switches from TTC, whereby there is a choice between Red, Brown and Blue. Whether with or without a cable, the Cooler Master CK721 can be connected via USB-C by cable, wirelessly with the 2.4 GHz receiver or through Bluetooth 5.1. A connection is not only possible on the PC, but also for Mac OS X, Android and iOS. The keyboard’s battery is supposed to last up to 73 hours in wireless mode when the RGB lighting is turned off. It has a total capacity of 2,000 mAh. In terms of color, the buyer can choose between Silver White and Space Gray.
Cooler Master CK351 and CK352
Apart from the CK721, Cooler Master has also unveiled two wired keyboards. Thus, the CK351 and the CK352 will hit the market. Both variants are mechanical full-size keyboards. The CK351 comes in silver, with black keycaps. It has IP58 certification for dust and splash water protection. Replaceable optical switches from the LK DarGo Series have been installed here. The ABS keycaps are illuminated by RGB LEDs. In contrast to the CK351, the CK352 is in space gray and does not have the certification. The mechanical switches on the CK352 are from LC (Red/Blue/Brown). Not only can the keys be individually illuminated, but light strips have also been integrated at the edge. The settings for the keyboard are simply made on-the-fly.
Cooler Master MM730 and MM731
Quite classic in design come the new mice from Cooler Master. At the same time, even if you don’t know it right away, the features are contemporary, as you can see from the ARGB lighting. The Cooler Master MM730 is a wired mouse and weighs just 48g. A PixArt sensor with up to 16,000 DPI, a maximum mouse acceleration of 50 g and a maximum possible speed of up to 400 ips has been installed here. The MM730’s optical switches are located under the main buttons and are designed for up to 70 million clicks. At the same time, the PTFE mouse feet ensure low friction and are very durable.
Overall, the MM730 comes in at 122.3 x 69.0 x 39.1 (L x W x H). Visually, the MM731 is very similar to the MM730, but there are small but subtle differences here. The MM731 can also be used wirelessly, either with a 2.4 GHz receiver or via Bluetooth 5.1. In return for the fact that the MM731 can also be used without a cable, it still achieves a low weight of 59 g. The dimensions are identical to those of the MM730. There is a difference in the sensor, which is also from PixArt, but has a resolution of up to 19,000 DPI. If the illumination of the mouse is turned off, the 500 mAh battery is supposed to have a runtime of 190 hours when used with 2.4 GHz. If the mouse is used with Bluetooth, up to 72 hours of operation is said to be possible. The gaming mice will be available in black as well as white.
Availability and pricing
When the new mice and keyboards from Cooler Master will come out and at what prices is not yet known.