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Rosewill Unveils Latest Batch of Peripherals at Blizzcon

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Rosewill announced a new set of peripherals coinciding with BlizzCon, which includes a special blue version of the Blackhawk case.

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After the release of its first line of mechanical keyboards, Rosewill is set to release the Apollo RK-9100x and Striker RK-6000. Apollo will use either the Cherry MX brown or blue switches, and the Striker will come with textured keys for tactile use.

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In addition to the new keyboards, Rosewill is launching three new mice: the Helix, the Jet and the Reflex. The Helix and the Reflex are both palm-grip laser mice and the Jet is a claw-grip. To backup this trio of peripherals, the company is releasing the React mouse pad series with several different sizes from which to choose.

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Lastly, there's Rosewill's line of audio products including the Sonas headphones – a circumaural set with eight drivers, four for each ear. The Ampbox is a Bluetooth speaker that can run for up to eight hours.

  • Conrad925
    Since when has Rosewill been known for a line of RAM (high-end, or otherwise)?
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  • edogawa
    I don't mean to insult someones taste, but this stuff looks rather generic and ugly to me.
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  • ocilfa
    @edogawa I think thats the whole point of Rosewill in the first place. Mostly functional, but very generic.
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