CM Storm have 2 cases in their portfolio to date. Coming soon we will have a new addition to the family, named the Enforcer. This mid-tower is predominately black inside and out. The Enforcer has more subtle styling than the Scout and Sniper cases that CM Storm currently have in their product range and it will come with an attractive price tag.
As you can see from the installed kit inside the Enforcer, for a case of its size there is bags of space. Tool-less mechanisms feature throughout and HDD cages can be moved around as required.
Here are the specifications:
- 229 x 484.5 x 523.5 mm (W x H x D)
- Micro-ATX, ATX
- Steel body, ABS plastic, Mesh bezel
5.25" Drive Bays
3.5" Drive Bays
- USB2.0 x 2, USB3.0 x 2, Mic + Headphone
- Front 200mm (RED LED - 1000RPM)
- Rear 120mm (1200RPM)
- Top 200mm (Optional)
- CPU Cooler Height: 175mm
- VGA Card Length: 270mm
The Enforcer will be released on 5th April and will be priced at approximately £80.
Sentinel Zero G Gaming Mouse
Following on from the popular Sentinel Advance we have the upcoming Sentinel Zero G. For the most part, the Zero G is in fact very similar in terms of the specifications. We have a 5600 DPI Twin-Laser, this has been improved though to be more precise and accurate. 128KB Sentinel-X Memory, O-LED for DPI management and custom logo, 8 programmable buttons, 1000Hz polling rate, 1ms response time and max acceleration of 50G. We also have the adjustable weight system with the Zero G that will allow up to 5 x 4.5g weights to be added.
You will notice that the Zero G follows a different colour-scheme to the original Sentinel gaming mouse. Going forward, CM Storm will be using this silver/grey colour-scheme to identify premium products in their range.
The Zero G will be released 6th April and will roughly cost around £55.
Sirus Gaming Headset
The Sirus will be the first audio gaming headset within the CM Storm portfolio. The Sirus features a closed earphone for isolating sound and noise cancellation. It features 5.1 surround sound with a uni-directional microphone. It also has a volume control unit that allows you to adjust even the individual aspects of the surround sound such as 'Front'. So its going to be easy to customise and fine tune the audio that you recieve.
I tried these on at the show and not only do they look fantastic but they are very comfortable too so it will be interesting to see how this headset compares to some of its rivals.
The Sirus headset will be released in June/July and will be priced around £120.