Just a few days before its MSI Gameverse event, in which the company is expected to renew its entire line of gaming laptops with the new generation of processors and graphics, it seems that the company has wanted to delight us with the arrival of new peripherals and accessories for gamers, with new PC towers, mechanical keyboards, microphones and headphones to complete any setup.
Going through all of them in the same order that we have mentioned them, we start with the three new tower models for PC with the MEG TREBLE ITX and MEG PROSPECT 700RL , presented among its novelties at CES 2022, and a new MPG GUNGNIR 110R, which will arrive under a limited edition EVA e-PROJECT adorned with details from the classic anime Neon Genesis Evangelion.
The MSI MEG TREBLE Series ITX case features a unique hexagonal design with three chambers, which can be positioned vertically or horizontally and features three removable panels for easy access to cameras. Thus, despite its peculiar format, this tower is capable of housing graphics cards of up to 330 mm, a 280 mm liquid cooling radiator, an SFX-L power supply and, as its name suggests, a motherboard of maximum ITX format.
For its part, the MSI MEG PROSPECT 700RL arrives as a tower chassis of standard size and format, surprising that yes with the presence of an integrated EKWB distribution board that simplifies custom water-cooling configurations. Thus, this tower can accommodate up to three 360 mm radiators on the top, front and sides, with up to four 140 mm ARGB fans pre-installed on the front and rear. The side and back panels feature a screwless design for easy access and maintenance, while the front I/O includes USB 3.2 Gen 2×2 Type-C, HD audio, and an LED control button.
As for the MPG GUNGNIR 110R EVA e-PROJECT, it will have the same specifications as its original model, compatible with ATX motherboards, space for up to 6 fans and a design with a premium 4mm thick tempered glass side. thickness that guarantees the durability of the window and excellent visibility. So the main difference will come in the drawing of its other side, as well as the complete change of its front, both adorned with motifs from the series.
Moving on to the following peripherals, we find the keyboards Vigor GK71 Sonic Y Vigor GK50 Low Profile TKL.
The MSI Vigor GK71 is a full-size mechanical keyboard that features MSI Sonic Red linear switches with a 35 gram actuation combined with translucent keys and MSI Mystic RGB lighting. The keyboard features integrated volume and media controls along with a detachable memory foam wrist rest.
While the MSI GK50 Low Profile TKL opts for a somewhat more compact and simplified size inside, with an 80% mechanical keyboard featuring low-profile Kalih White switches combined with octagonal keys and MSI Mystic RGB lighting. The keyboard features an ergonomic floating key design with integrated feet adjustable in three angles at 5°, 8° or 11°, and non-slip pads that will provide us with maximum support at all times.
Last but not least, we find the two new products from the Immerse family, with the GV60 microphone Y the GH50 wireless headphones.
The GV60 presents itself as a simple yet highly functional microphone, with standalone 24-bit USB-C connectivity featuring multiple condenser capsules allowing four different pickup patterns. The microphone also features an integrated 3.5mm jack for real-time, low latency monitoring and can be easily integrated into existing setups with a 5/8″ thread and 3 meter USB cable.
The MSI Immerse GH50 is a wireless gaming headset that features a lightweight foldable design with swivel ear cups. Dual 40-millimeter neodymium drivers deliver virtual 7.1 surround sound and vibration effects, while the detachable omnidirectional microphone allows for easy portability.
Thanks to the use of a 2.4 GHz wireless USB dongle, these headphones can transmit up to 20 meters away, or makes use of an analog mode with the cable and 3.5 mm jack plug. The headset also features MSI mystic RGB lighting along with in-line wired audio controls for volume, microphone, surround sound and vibration effects.