Thermaltake announces its ARGENT K6 RGB and Damysus RGB gaming peripherals

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Thermaltake a couple of gaming peripherals, the mechanical keyboard, were brought to CES ARGENT K6 RGB and the a simple mouse named Damysus RGB available with wired or wireless connectivity.

Thermaltake ARGENT K6 RGB

We come across a keyboard with a chassis covered in polished aluminum where some buttons are mounted Cherry MX Low-Profile RGB To choose between its Red or Silver variants, which as expected, have RGB LED lighting, and a useful life of at least 50 million keystrokes before presenting any type of operating problem. This is the company’s first keyboard to use low-profile mechanical switches.

The rest of the known information goes through a complete set of quick buttons for multimedia capabilities, lighting, or a wheel to facilitate lowering or raising the volume, a narrow foam wrist rest that is placed by means of a system of magnets, and you will have to wait to know its price.

Thermaltake Damysus RGB Wireless

On the other hand we have the mouse, which boasts a lightweight design of 83 grams hiding inside an optical sensor PixArt PWM-3370 with a resolution of up to 19.000 DPI while the main buttons make use of a few OMRON high-end switches with a lifespan of 60 million keystrokes. This model can be used by cable, Bluetooth 5.0 or 2.4 GHz for minimal latency, which reduces its autonomy until 36 hours in front of 52 hours with Bluetooth connectivity.

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The wired variant is even lighter, 74 grams, but there are also cut-outs, such as a sensor PixArt PWM-3389 @ 16.000 DPI while OMRON switches promise a service life of at least 60 million clicks. Both have an RGB LED lighting system (wheel and logo), and their prices were not revealed either.

Thermaltake Damysus RGB

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