It is no secret that Corsair is awesome. This is not my opinion, but a fact about the company's products. Ok, maybe it is just my opinion, but I serious have trouble finding things to gripe about when it comes to products I purchase from them. This year seems to be starting off no different with updates to already great gaming items in the Vengeance lineup.
Vengeance K95 Gaming Keyboard
I am a little disappointed in the lack of innovation or originality with the K95; however, this is like saying I am disappointed in the Porsche 911 Turbo because it's not that big an upgrade from the Porsche 911.
Vengeance M65 and M95 Gaming Mouse
Much like the K95, the Vengeance M65 and M95 come in as upgrades/updates to the previous models. The tracking laser has been replaced with a 8200 DPI resolution for a truly unneeded level of precision. The body of the mouse has also been switched to an aluminum uni-body construction for durability and style. Finally, they've added a weight system to change the center of gravity to match you best.
Did I mention both now come in white and the M65 (designed for FPS players) comes in military green? I am sure I did. Even if you never use the new M65 and M95 at the full 8200 DPI, there is a lot to like about these great gaming mice.
Corsair MM600 Mouse Mat and Software Update
Leaving nothing out of the limelight, Corsair will be releasing a software update for the Corsair Vengeance 2000 Wireless Headset to improve 7.1 Dolby audio support. This update is expected to be released in February of this year, so you don't have long to wait.
Corsair is also working on a dual sided aluminum gaming mouse mat called the MM600. Made a single piece of 3 mm aluminum with two different surface types, this promises to be an accent piece to your gaming PC setup.