Computex 2016 - Day 2

June 1, 2016 // 3:14 p.m.

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Computex 2016 - Ozone

Another peripherals manufacturer in the Hyatt hotel was Ozone, which had a selection of headsets, mice and keyboards to show us, all new and launching soon.

For headsets, there's the stereo Rage Z50, which uses 40mm drivers and is compatible with mobile devices. It's designed to be very comfortable and comes in a wide variety of colours to suit your own style. The microphone is retractable too. Its MSRP will be around €50 when it launches in July. Above this is the Ekho H80, a virtual 71 surround headset set to retail for about €80. Lastly, there was the Rage Z90, a true 5.1 surround sound headset with a dedicate remote for individual channel control. This is the most expensive of the three, with an expected retail price of €110 in a couple of months.

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Sadly, we forgot to take photos of the Ozone keyboards the company showed us (it had been a long day, okay?) but we can at least confirm that it will be launching a pair of RGB mechanical keyboards that use true Cherry MX switches – the tenkeyless Strike Battle Spectra for an MSRP of €109 and the full-size Strike Pro Spectra for €149. Both will feature all manner of features including advanced lighting patterns and full macro support.

Moving to mice, Ozone again had a small selection to show us, including the Neon M50, Neon 3K and Exon F90. The Neon M50 is a relatively basic optical mouse with a resolution of 5,000 DPI, while the Neon 3K is suitable for both left and right-handed users thanks to its ambidextrous shape. This drops the resolution to a maximum of 3,500 DPI and this can be toggled on the fly. The Exon F90 is the most advanced of the three with 10 programmable buttons and an optical sensor with a peak resolution of 12,000 DPI as well as 128KB of internal memory for storing settings and macros onboard.

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