All three new products are part of the AOC AGON by AOC AOC Gaming family of log products.
AOC’s game brand AGON by AOC, known for its name monsters, has expanded its product portfolio with three new products. The company’s gaming brand has divided the products into three different categories, and both the two gaming mice now released and the wireless headset belong to the cheapest, AOC Gaming category.
The AOC Gaming GM510 and GM530 each utilize essentially the same components. Designed for right-handed use, the mice feature a PixArt PMW3389 sensor with a maximum resolution of 16,000 DPI and Kailh switches on the main keys. The sensor is promised to be capable of 400 IPS motion speeds and 50 G accelerations at a refresh rate of 1,000 Hz. Kailh switches, in turn, are promised to last as many as 80 million clicks.
However, mice carved entirely from the same tree are not. The GM530 has a closed shell and a total of 7 buttons, while the GM510 is equipped with an irregular honeycomb structure to drop weight. The physical design of the mice also differs somewhat, although both are designed for the right-handed.
The strategic dimensions of the GM510 are 123 x 67 x 41 mm and 58 grams, while the GM530 taps the readings 125 x 65 x 42 mm on the board and the weight that remains a mystery due to a typo (1356). Both mice are wired, equipped with a braided cable and Light Sync FX RGB lighting.
Sitting in the world of wireless headsets, the AOC Gaming GH401 utilizes a 2.4 GHz frequency for communication and is promised to operate at distances of up to 10 or 20 meters, depending on whether you believe in a press release or the technical features of product pages. However, the headset can also be used with a 3.5 mm stereo plug as wired if there is currently no use for wireless mode. The headset microphone is detachable.
The elements of the headphones are made with the 50 mm neodymium elements familiar from the GH200 and GH300 models, and the ear cups are padded with a faux leather cover with memory foam insoles. The headphones have a built-in volume control and mute and power switches. The headset’s battery is promised to last 17 hours at half volume and will receive more power via USB-C. In addition to a PC, they are also promised to work with PS4 and PS5 consoles.
AGON by AOC The AOC Gaming GM510 and GM530 gaming mice will go on sale in November and have a suggested retail price of € 44.90 in Europe. The GH401 will also go on sale next month, but the recommended price of the headset is a notch higher than 79.90 euros.
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