Corsair Brings New Wares To PAX Prime

pax-600x300There doesn’t seem to be a consumer show that goes by without Corsair being on hand to deliver a fresh batch of their PC gaming peripherals — and PAX Prime isn’t faring any different.

Corsair will be on hand during the entire 4-day event to show off their new Vengeance 2100 Dolby 7.1 Wireless Gaming Headset that seems to be the incredibly impressive Vengeance 2000 cans with some spruced up 50mm drivers.

Judging from their second product release, they’ve updated the lacking Vengeance 1500 7.1 set to include the same brand-new 50mm drivers that should alleviate the lack of bass we noticed in our review way back when — while slamming the same drivers into their standard issue Vengeance 1400 stereo headset.

On the ‘Raptor’ side of things come the Raptor HS40 7.1 Surround headset and the Raptor HS30 Analog set that appear to drop true surround in favour of the virtualised equivalent while slotting in 40mm drivers to reduce the cost of both sets to below that of the Vengeance line. They’ll even be introducing the Raptor K30 — a cheaper alternative to their mechanical keyboard line offering 6 macro keys and red illumination while opting for classic rubber-dome keys. Think of them as the budget/entry level options Corsair will be bringing to the table.

Lastly come the new mousepads from Corsairs heralded line. The MM200 Extended Gaming Mouse Mat and the MM400 Compact Gaming Mouse Mat. I’m sure you can guess the difference between the two.

There’s a wide love for Corsair products here at TGH. If you’re attending PAX Prime this weekend as PC player, I’d more than recommend you check out their stuff.


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