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Cooler Master's new gear is aimed at content creators & enthusiasts

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At the 2023 Consumer Electronics Show, Cooler Master debuted the Stream Lux light panel, Stream Lucid microphone, Stream Origins video capture peripheral, and more.

Cooler Master targets content creators, collectors, and enthusiasts with a brand-new collection of gear, including a microphone, mechanical keyboard, panel light, and more.

The Stream Lux is a full-spectrum panel light perfect for content creators and streamers. It's designed to be as natural looking as possible to keep you looking great in front of the camera.

Perfect for podcasts, live streams, or video work, the Stream Lucid is a microphone that provides clear, high-quality audio to whatever you're working on. A built-in filter reduces popping and static, and its USB-C connectivity means it's compatible with Macs, PCs, consoles, and more.

Capture every moment with the Stream Origins capture peripheral. A USB connection allows you to connect it to a Mac, PC, or next-gen console and record HDR 4K video at up to 60 frames per second.

Also introduced is the MK770 hybrid wireless mechanical keyboard. It is a gasket-mounted keyboard that boasts a cleaner sound profile and improved typing experience.

It features Kailh Box V2 switches, hot-swappable switch capability, and a 3-way precision wheel. The MK770 will be available with PBT double-shot keycaps in various colorways.

New CoolerMaster audio gear

Two sets of headphones have also been announced.

The MH731 is designed for high fidelity above all else. It boasts a 3.5mm audio jack, a detachable boom microphone, and 50mm speakers, making it perfect for live-streaming, voice chat, listening to music and podcasts, and more.

With a wireless headset with active noise canceling, the SH711 boasts a dual-chamber design with 40mm speakers to deliver premium audio quality.

Pricing or availability has not yet been announced for any of the products the company has debuted.

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