Cooler Master’s high-end Novatouch TKL keyboard gets a July release window, while the company’s Nepton coolers get a refresh.
Cooler Master came to Computex in Taipei with a final release date for its high-end Novatouch TKL keyboard and refreshed versions of its popular Nepton coolers.
The Novatouch TKL made its first appearance at CES in January. Using Cooler Master’s electrostatic Hybrid Capacitive switches, the keyboard is marketed towards gamers and users that need to do some “heavy duty” typing. For users that are fans of the Cherry MX switches, the keyboard will also support these as well.
Cooler Master hasn’t specified an exact MSRP for the product (in January it hinted at something about the $200 level), but we should find out soon as its slated for a July release.
Also at its booth, Cooler Master had a refreshed lineup of its Nepton liquid coolers. The coolers are available in a variety of sizes: 120 mm, 140 mm, 240 mm and 280 mm. They will have the product names 120XL, 140XL, 240M and 280L. Cooler Master says these coolers have a re-designed pump that will be able to pump through 120 liters an hour while only giving off 11dB of sound.
Cooler Master has not yet unveiled pricing or availability for these coolers, but they are expected later this year.