Alienware shows off new RGB mouse, headphones and keyboard for gamers – PC – News

Dell’s Alienware has announced new PC peripherals for gamers. It consists of a mouse, keyboard and two speakers. They are all equipped with RGB lighting and all but one can work wirelessly.

the new foot Alienware’s gaming mouse, the AW620M, is partially shaped to the hand with a bulge on which the thumb rests. Connect to a computer wirelessly at 2.4GHz with a USB-C dongle or wired. Wirelessly, the mouse should last up to 140 hours. It has a total of seven buttons, which can also be customized in Alienware Command Center. There you can also set the RGB lighting as desired. The sensor has a resolution of 26,000 dpi and a polling rate of 1,000 Hz. Alienware in the announcement talks about a price of $99.99. It is available immediately in the United States.

The AW920K’s full-size keyboard also provides multiple ways to connect to your PC. In addition to 2.4 GHz wireless and wired, it is also possible to use Bluetooth here. The keyboard can remember three devices for easy switching. Above the numpad are two additional buttons. The first is a kind of rocker switch, but it also has an intermediate position to which it automatically returns. The second is the spinning wheel. Both are programmable through Alienware software.

The keyboard also has Cherry MX Red switches, AlienFX lighting, and up to 46 hours of battery life. Alienware states that this device will be released in the second quarter of this year for $289.99.

The latest products Alienware showed off are two headphones: the AW520H and AW720H, both with 40mm high-precision drivers. The AW520H connects to computers via a USB cable or a 3.5mm audio cable. Via USB, the headset supports Dolby Atmos and there’s AlienFX lighting. There is also via USB “AI noise reduction” for the microphone. Unidirectional microphone can be retracted and extended. On the outside there are buttons for muting the microphone and adjusting the volume. This headset will also be available in the second quarter for $99.99.

The AW720H, as the name suggests, delivers what the WA520H and others have. The USB connection here has been replaced by a wireless connection over 2.4GHz. Across this path, it has the same Dolby Atmos sound and ‘AI noise reduction’. It also has an additional button that can be able to adjust the volume balance between game audio and voice chat audio. How it does this, Alienware does not explain. The battery should last 30 hours with typical use and after 15 minutes of charging it should last another 6 hours. This model is available immediately in the US and costs $159.99.

Alienware makes all of the above devices available in black and white. In addition to a text announcement, Alienware also presented its new hardware in a twitch stream. Tweakers contacted Alienware to inquire about pricing and release dates for the Netherlands and Belgium. Alienware also recently showed off an IPS display with a 500Hz panel and gaming laptops with RTX 40 cards, Intel 13 CPUs, and an RGB touchpad.

Apart from the buttons present, the two headphones are almost identical in their design.

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