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Rosewell unveil a slew of new products at Computex 2017

Rosewill unleashes new cases, peripherals, and more at Computex 2017
By: Anthony Garreffa | Cases, Cooling & PSU News | Posted: Jun 7, 2017 4:21 am

Computex 2017 - Rosewill has been sponsoring eSports events and teams around the world, including Blizzcon and Dreamhack, and they're continuing to push their brand at major gaming events and PC communities. In the near future, Rosewill will be pushing into gaming events in Europe and Asia, with markets that are mammoth.

 

At the show, Rosewill were displaying their latest peripherals with the Neon Series mice in two models: M55 and M57.

 

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Starting with the Rosewill Neon Series M55 mouse, we have their A4090 high-end optical gaming engine, and 4 x RGB backlighting modes for some personalization. There's 6 programmable buttons, and up to 6000 DPI (with settings for 800/1600/2400/3000/4000/6000). A polling rate of up to 1000Hz, acceleration at 20G / 100 IPS, and has software that you can use to fully customize your M55 experience.

 

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Moving onto the M57 mouse, which uses the 3050 high-end optical gaming engine, has the same 4 RGB backlighting modes and 6 programmable buttons. The M57 only hits 4000 DIP, with 500/1000/2000/3000/4000 stages, and a polling rate of up to 1000Hz. There's acceleration at 20G / 60 IPS, with the same software being used to customize the M57 experience.

 

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Finally we have the gorgeous Neon Series K51 gaming keyboards which is a mem-chanical keyboard with hybrid membrane and mechanical key switches. It looks freakin' sweet, with 8 backlight effects and 8 backlight colors, with 100% anti-ghosting technology and anti-slip rubber feet for those furious Battlegrounds sessions.

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