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Tuesday, 28 May 2013 20:15

G.Skill to show gaming headset at Computex

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Wants a piece of the market


G.Skill has announced that it will announce a new product at Computex next week that will announce its entrance to PC gaming peripherals market. G.Skill will start with some sort of gaming headset.

 

According to a teaser, the upcoming gaming headset from G.Skill will feature various industry-first features that will provide gamers with enhanced competitiveness and a unique gaming experience. G.Skill had some interesting memory kit designs and had its share in the SSD market as well so we are sure that gaming headset will be a quality product as well.

Unfortunately, G.Skill is holding all the juicy specifications and details for the Computex launch so we will have to keep our eye on them next week.

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