The company targets e-sports and MMO aficionados with its latest offerings.
BY: MELISSA GREY
Today, Mad Catz announced two new peripherals: the M.M.O. TE gaming mouse and the S.T.R.I.K.E. TE mechanical gaming keyboard. The former will be available for both PC and Mac while the latter is strictly PC.
The e-sport-friendly tournament-focused addition to the company's S.T.R.I.K.E. line of keyboards comes with an aluminum chassis, 109 backlit keys, 12 programmable macro buttons, and software that allows for customizing and calibrating your macros. Additionally, Mad Catz boasts of the keyboard's 30-key rollover anti-ghosting functionality and purportedly speedy response times.
The M.M.O. TE gaming mouse is the company's successor to the M.M.O.7 and offers up to 60 programmable commands, an 8,200 DPI sensor, and a lightweight design that comes in at about 100 grams. Several calibration options will also be available as well as a customizable palm rest and lift-off height.
If color coordination is something you're passionate about, both devices will come in variety of hues, including red, blue, black, and white. The new S.T.R.I.K.E. keyboard will retail for $127.49 while the M.M.O. mouse launches at $67.99. You can head on over to Mad Catz's site for more information on both thekeyboard and mouse.
Sourced Via IGN