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DeepCool introduces new mid-towers, gaming mice and ARGB fans

DeepCool has been busy of late, introducing a whole heap of products this week. Besides announcing the new CK-series mid-tower cases, DeepCool also showed off a pair of new gaming mice as well as a new 120mm ARGB fan model.

Starting with the CK-series cases, we have the CK500 and the CK560. Both will be available in black and white and share a lot of similarities in their design. The main difference is the front panel, where the CK500 uses a solid panel, while the CK560 comes with an airflow-oriented meshed

The CK500 cases pack two pre-installed 140mm fans, though the CK560 comes with four in total, three of which are ARGB fans (the front three). Both cases support E-ATX motherboards, 175mm tall CPU tower coolers and 380mm long graphics cards. Fan and radiator support is the same across both models, supporting up to 6x 120mm fans or 5x 140mm fans, as well as 360/280mm radiators in the front and 280/240mm radiators on top. In addition, the CK cases come with an anti-sag/adjustable GPU support bracket.

Front I/O includes 2x USB-A 3.0, a USB-C 3.1, and a combo audio mic 3.5mm jack. Moreover, there’s 2x 2.5-inch drive bays and 2x 3.5-inch drive bays. Both cases will be available this month, with the CK500 cases costing €79.99 and the CK560 going for €99.99.

DeepCool’s two new gaming mice are the MG350 and the MG510. The MG350 is DeepCool’s new FPS-oriented mouse, using the PixArt PAW3335 sensor with 16K DPI, 400IPS and an adjustable 1-2mm liftoff distance. The mouse features eight programmable buttons, including a dedicated precision aim button.

As for the MG510, it’s a 2.4GHz wireless mouse packing a detachable USB-C cable and ARGB lighting. Featuring a PixArt PAW3370 sensor with 19000DPI and 400 IPS, the MG510’s battery rated for 36 hours of use. Unlike the MG350, it only has six programmable buttons, though that is still enough for most people.

Both new DeepCool gaming mice use Omron switches rated for 20 million clicks, as well as PTFE skates. Both are expected to launch this month, with the MG350 priced at €59.99 and the MG510 at €74.99.

Lastly, DeepCool also introduced the new FC120 fan, available in black and white and as a single unit (black only) or in packs of 3. The FC120 can spin from 500RPM up to 1800RPM, providing a static pressure of 1.83mmAq and an airflow of 61.91CFM. Power and RGB data signals go through the same cable, which can be daisy-chained with up to 4x FC120 fans, reducing clutter and simplifying PWM and RGB fan controls, as it eliminates the need for a fan hub.

Even if you don’t have an RGB controller or an RGB-compatible motherboard, the FC120 fans have a default lighting effect that’s easy to set up. The DeepCool FC120 fan will release in January. A single fan will cost €17.99 and a pack of 3 costs €39.99.

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