[CES 2019] Cooler Master debuts new wireless gaming peripheral lineup

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Cooler Master, know for its gaming computer cases, power supplies, and other components and peripherals, has announced a new wireless gaming peripheral lineup.

The lineup includes a wireless gaming headset, mouse, three keyboards, and a Qi-wireless charging enabled headset stand.

“Showcasing this “Work and Play” line-up at reflects the Cooler Master commitment to bring high-performing products to gamers and creative pros of all levels.

Bryant Nguyen, Peripheral General Manager

Gaming Headset


The Cooler Master MH670 wireless gaming headset.
The Cooler Master MH670 wireless gaming headset,

On the headset front, the Cooler Master MH670 has lightweight construction and plush swiveling ear cups. With its 3.5mm adapter, the headset is compatible with PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and mobile devices. Offering up 50mm Neodymium drivers with virtual 7.1 surround sound, the MH670 is said to provide “a full and balanced sound with excellent noise isolation.”

Available in white or black colors, the MH670 will be available in June for US$99.99.


The GS750 headset stand is equipped with Qi-wireless charging and two USB 3.0 ports. An onboard 5.1 surround sound soundcard allows users to plug their headsets into the stand for better sound quality. The 13 LEDs in the stand base are customazible through Cooler Master software.

The stand will be available for US$79.99 in February.

Gaming Keyboards

The Cooler Master SK651 full-layout wireless gaming keyboard.
The Cooler Master SK651 full-layout wireless gaming keyboard.

Cooler Master is offering up not one but three wireless mechanical keyboards. The SK621 65-key travel size keyboard, SK631 60% layout keyboard, and SK651 full-layout keyboard feature Cherry MX low profile switches. Usable wired over USB-C or through Bluetooth 5.0, the keyboards also feature per-key backlighting, surround light bars, and macro functionality. The SK621 is compact and has a 65-key layout perfect for on-the-go, the SK631 is a ten keyless layout for users with limited desk space, and the SK651 is the series full-layout keyboard.

The SK621 will be available in March for US$119.99, the SK631 in Q2 for $139.99, and the SK651 in Q3 for $159.99.

Gaming Mouse

The Cooler Master MM831 wireless gaming mouse.
The Cooler Master MM831 wireless gaming mouse.

Finally, the MM831 features dynamic four zone RGB lighting, a 3360 optical sensor, 24,000 maximum DPI, and Omron switches. The thumb-rest area also houses a hidden d-pad for fast access in games like MMOs. The mouse also features a programmable OLED screen which can display graphics, reflect DPI settings, or track APMs. Availability and pricing has yet to be announced.

What do you think of Cooler Master’s wireless gaming peripheral lineup? Let us know in the comments below or on Twitter, Facebook, or MeWe and stay tuned for even more CES 2019 coverage.

Last Updated on February 3, 2021.


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