Corsair has this week announced their new Strafe RGB Silent Mechanical Keyboard, which has been launched in a new partnership with Cherry.

This means that the keyboard can use the Cherry MX Silent keys that have a noise reduction system built into each and every key.

Corsair explains more :

Greatly reducing key bottoming-out and spring-back noise. The result is a keyswitch that’s up to 30% quieter, making Strafe RGB Silent the ideal choice for gamers that demand the tactile feel of a mechanical key, but prefer a quieter operation to not disturb their partner, kids or co-workers.

The Corsair Strafe is priced at £140.

On top of this Corsair also announced three new mousepads and a new gaming mouse called the Katar. The three mousepads are:

– MM300 Small 256mm x 210mm x 3mm : £9.99 Inc. VAT
– MM300 Medium 360mm x 300mm x 3mm : £12.99 Inc. VAT
– MM300 Extended 930mm x 300mm x 3mm : £19.99 Inc. VAT

These pads will be available in November 2015.

The Katar gaming mouse is available for purchase today for £29, featuring a 1,000Hz polling rate for instant reactions, as well as the ability to tune your DPI on the go, as well as the mouse’s sensitivity.

Corsair explains more about the new Katar Gaming Mouse:

Katar is as smart as it is deadly; Pro Player Mode allows gamers to take advantage of pre-configured performance and tuning settings used by the world’s top players, giving them the professional edge without years of practice. For those who want to play their own way, four fully programmable buttons allow you to take control with extensive customization options, for anything from a simple re-map, to applying complex multi-stage macros.

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