A 67-key/65 percent portable RGB keyboard
G.Skill has announced its new 65 percent compact mechanical keyboard with a 67-key layout design, the KM250.
Its first PCIe SSD comes with RGB and aluminum heatsink
ZADAK, which has been so far known for some rather interesting memory modules, has announced its first PCIe 3.0 SSD, the SPARK PCIe Gen 3x4 M.2 RGB SSD, which will be available in capacities of up to 2TB, and comex with a rather neat looking aluminum heatsink with RGB lighting.
Ranging from 3000MHz to 4133MHz
ADATA has released its latest XPG SPECTRIX D60G DDR4 memory that will feature RGB lights on over 60 percent of module surface area and come in various kit configurations and frequency ranging from 3000MHz to 4133MHz.
In partnership with Asus and TUF Gaming Alliance
ADATA has unveiled its newest XPG Spectrix D41 TUF Gaming Edition RGB DDR4 memory which was developed in partnership with Asus in order to fit their TUF Gaming motherboards.
Also has dummy modules for extra RGB bling
Gigabyte has decided to expand its product portfolio and go for the memory market with its newest Aorus RGB DDR4 memory.
With a hybrid liquid-air heatsink
ADATA has pushed its XPG Spectrix DDR4 line of memory kits to a whole new level with the new D80 modules which will be available with frequencies of up to 5,000MHz and use a unique hybrid liquid-air heatsink.
Coming in 8GB and 16GB modules and up to 3,000MHz
Crucial has unveiled its latest Ballistix DDR4 memory modules and kits, which will offer RGB LEDs and come in module capacities of 8GB and 16GB with frequencies of up to 3,000MHz.
Four modules based on Samsung B-die ICs
G.Skill has shown off its latest quad-channel memory kit that will be a part of the Trident Z RGB series and run at 4266MHz.
The new 16GB module for 64GB and 128GB kits
G.Skill has unveiled its newest Trident Z RGB DDR4 memory kits that will use the new 16GB modules designed for Intel's X99 and Z270 platforms.
Coming at CES 2017
Corsair will be following the recent trend of including RGB LEDs on almost every piece of computer hardware by launching its new Vengeance RGB DDR4 memory that will probably be announced at the CES 2017 show.