Patriot today announced the new Patriot Viper V570 RGB and the V530 LED gaming mice, the Patriot Viper V370 RGBand V361 LED headsets, the V330 stereo headset and the V770 RGB and V730 mechanical gaming keyboards.
Equipped with an Avago 9800 laser sensor, the V570 offers gamers accuracy with every shot and up to 12000dpi that can be adjusted with the press of a button. The Auto-Speed feature, available through the Viper V570 software, enables the mouse to automatically modify the dpi, in a range set by the user, in accordance with the movement of the mouse. A four level dpi indicator, located on the front left of the mouse, alerts the user to what speed the mouse is using.
A quick access sniper button, located on the left side of the V570, allows the user to slow the tracking to just 400dpi for more exact aim. With zero delay Omron switches and 13 programmable macro buttons the V570 allows users to experience faster response times and a more customizable game. The MMO-like, five programmable side buttons are accessible and come with no default settings.
Full RGB multi-zone LEDs, 16.8 million colors, illuminate the V570 and color settings can be adjusted through the software to distinguish between the five available on board profiles. The mouse has been designed with ceramic foot pads for smooth gliding on any surface, it weighs just 35g and features rubber side grips.
The V530 LED gaming mouse offers users a simple design. It uses the Avago 3050 optical sensor and features a maximum dpi setting of 4000.
Equipped with seven programmable macro buttons and six onboard LED profile colors, the V530 can be managed and customized from the downloadable software available on the Patriot website. PTFE foot pads line the bottom for a smooth glide across most surfaces, while a soft rubber like coating blankets the V530 to ensure a solid grip.
The V570 will be available at the end of Q1 2017 for starting MSRP of $59.99 USD. The V530 will be available at the end of January for a starting MSRP of $29.99 USD.
New Gaming Headsets
The V370 and V361 7.1 virtual surround sound headsets come equipped with 40mm neodymium drivers. An added 30mm sub-driver enhances the bass. A red V lights the side of the V361, while the V370 comes to life with full-spectrum RGB lighting. Connecting through a gold plated USB, the V370 and V361 have downloadable software to adjust sound levels and lighting effects.
The V330 stereo headset is built with 40mm neodymium drives. A plug-and-play headset, the V330 is designed with a 3.5mm audio/microphone jack for PC connection and comes with a Y splitter for use on the go with mobile devices.
A built-in foldable microphone is located on the left ear cup and automatically mutes when not in use, while a volume control wheel and UBR switch are located on the reverse side. The ergonomics of Patriot's new Viper headset line provide users with longer hours of wear through padded memory foam ear cups; the V770 comes with two, changeable, options of leather and microfiber cloth, both the V361 and V330 come with microfiber cloth.
The V370, V361 and V330 will be available for purchase online and in stores starting February with a starting MSRP of $69.99 USD for the V370, $49.99 USD for the V361 and $39.99 USD for the V330.
New mechanical keyboards to the Viper family
Patriot's new Viper V770 RBG gaming keyboard and the V730 LED gaming keyboard are bringing affordable solutions to the fingertips of gamers.
The Viper V770 enters Patriot's Viper keyboard arsenal at the top of the line equipped with Kailh Red mechanical switches for a quieter sound and a more tactile feel. The linear mechanical switches actuate at just 2mm with a force of 50g.
Backed with N-Key rollover (NKRO), five dedicated macro keys and a total of 108 programmable macro keys, there are virtually no bounds to the capabilities of the V770. Customizable through the downloadable Viper V770 software or using the Viper function key, gamers are equipped with five customizable profiles that can be accessed through the dedicated profile control keys for a quick switch in keyboard layout between games.
Full spectrum per-key RGB LEDs are featuring 16.8 million colors and individually customizable keys. The magnetic, detachable wrist rest displays an illuminated Viper logo and LED strip which features the same full-spectrum RGB lighting in tandem with the glow of the keys. The Viper V770 offers both audio and USB pass-through ports, located on opposite ends of the back side. Dedicated multimedia keys and a volume/mute scroll wheel enable users to access sound settings without interrupting gaming.
The V730 has been designed as a starter keyboard. Being a plug-and-play keyboard, featuring a metal body design, red LED lighting and Kailh Brown switches, the V730 will provide gamers with an entry level mechanical keyboard.
Equipped with NKRO, eight multimedia keys and five lighting profiles, the V730 brings a value oriented keyboard to the Viper line.
The V770 will be available April 2017 for a starting MSRP of $149.99 USD and the V730 will be available February 2017 for a starting MSRP of $79.99 USD.
New 256GB LX Series microSDXC Card
Patriot is expanding its LX Series line of microSDXC cards with the addition of a 256GB capacity model.
Utilizing the latest 3D NAND technology, the 256GB LX Series is capable of capturing hours of 4K UHD and Full HD video.
The 256GB LX Series microSDXC is Class 10, U3 qualified, allowing for sequential speeds of up to 90MB/s read and up to 80MB/s write. It is backed by a 2 year warranty and is available today, in stores and online, for a starting MSRP of $199.99 USD.