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Tuesday, 13 January 2009 15:25

OCZ shows new peripherals at CES 2009

Written by Slobodan Simic

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Rodents and keyboards

OCZ has showed some new peripherals at this years CES which includes two new gaming mice and two new keyboards.

The first mouse on the list is the OCZ Behemoth, a laser gaming mouse with five buttons and up to 3200 DPI. The OCZ Behemoth is, as its name suggests, a rather large mouse, and OCZ claims that its unique form factor should bring additional comfort. It comes with adjustable weights and has some sort of adjustable cable positioning. The second rodent is called OCZ Eclipse and it looks similar to the Behemoth, but it has lower 2400 DPI and a bit different design.

In addition to the gaming mice, OCZ has shown two new keyboards, the OCZ Illuminati and the OCZ Sabre. The Illuminati is a multimedia backlit keyboard with 14 multimedia and internet keys. It has ability to glow in two colors, red and blue, and the brightness can be adjusted.

On the other hand, the Sabre gaming keyboard is quite a surprise, as it comes with nine programmable OLED display keys. These are unfortunately not the full color OLED keys as on Art Lebedev's keyboard, but those would push the price up way too high. It has 128MB of flash memory, presumably for user settings storage and it comes with blue accent light panels on both sides.

We still don't have any info on the price or the availability dates of these new products but we should have additional info soon. Here are some pictures.

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Last modified on Tuesday, 13 January 2009 15:56

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