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Speedlink brings stylish Pink Edition

With its Pink Edition, Speedlink brings gaming accessories to the market that are anything but boring. The popular manufacturer of office and gaming peripherals is bringing a powerful gaming desk set and a pair of stereo speakers in eye-catching pink. But the video game accessories should also have a lot to offer in terms of performance.

TYALO Illuminated Gaming Deskset

With its extensive gaming deskset, Speedlink promises nothing less than “the perfect gear for action-packed gaming adventures”. In addition to the signal color itself, the material of the deskset also catches the eye. Here, the metallic design ensures a high-quality look. This leads, thanks to contemporary lighting effects for mouse and keyboard, to a stylish overall impression. But the TYALO Gaming Deskset is not only visually impressive. Speedlink also seems to leave nothing to chance when it comes to performance. Demanding gamers will be delighted with the five ergonomically arranged keys of the mouse, among other things. Using the practical dpi switch, you can switch back and forth between 1,200 and a maximum of 3,200 dpi at lightning speed. Thus, the gaming mouse should be suitable for different gaming genres. The interaction between the mouse and the included mouse pad should also ensure that you can always react at lightning speed.

Gamers will not only enjoy the mouse of the deskset. The keyboard will also be particularly striking. It offers some practical comfort functions like highlighted WASD and arrow keys. In addition, the keyboard offers Anti-Ghosting, which should make a rollover of up to 19 keys possible. The metallic look has not only optical advantages. Speedlink also promises a lot in terms of robustness. So the metal frame should not only be resistant. In combination with the non-slip underside, gamers should always have perfect control. Speedlink also has a practical holder for the smartphone so that you don’t drift too far away from reality. So you always keep everything in view.

TWOXO Stereo Speakers

Speedlink describes its TWOXO Stereo Speakers as “space-saving magic cubes”. Considering their low weight of just 188 grams and an edge length of just six centimeters, they more than deserve this name. But it remains to be seen whether the two stereo loudspeakers can actually do magic. Speedlink promises in any case a powerful multimedia sound for all areas of application. One is however already certain at first sight. The TWOXO Stereo Speakers fit perfectly to the pink desk set.

Price and availability

If you’re interested in the TYALO Illuminated Gaming Deskset, you’ll have to wait a few more days. The set is scheduled to be launched on the market on December 11, 2020, for an RRP of 49.99 Euro. With the TWOXO, on the other hand, there is no longer any waiting period. The pink-colored stereo speakers are available immediately at the UVP of 9.99 Euro.

Technical details (manufacturer information):

TYALO Illuminated Gaming Deskset:

  • Set of USB mouse, USB keyboard and mouse pad
  • Multicolour LED lighting for mouse and keyboard
  • mouse: 5 ergonomically arranged buttons and 2 dpi switches, optical sensor with adjustable resolution of 1,200/1,600/2,400/3,200dpi, 1,000Hz polling rate, sheathed cable
  • Keyboard: 12 multifunctional keys for direct access, anti-ghosting with up to 19-key rollover, highlighted WASD and arrow keys, robust metal frame, smartphone holder, non-slip underside, adjustable tilt, adjustable key repeat rate
  • mouse pad: Soft and smooth fabric surface, non-slip underside
  • connection mouse and keyboard: USB-A – cable length mouse and keyboard: 1,5m

TWOXO Stereo Speakers, pink:

  • USB-powered stereo speakers for all devices with 3.5 mm jack connector
  • 5W RMS (2 × 2.5W), 50Hz – 20kHz – Dimensions: 62 × 60 × 62mm (W × D × H) – Weight: 188g

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Simon Lüthje

I am co-founder of this blog and am very interested in everything that has to do with technology, but I also like to play games. I was born in Hamburg, but now I live in Berlin.

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