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GAMDIAS At Computex 2014



Taipei, Taiwan (26 May 2014)  – GAMDIAS, the professional gaming peripherals company is ready to sweep the eSports world off its feet with unrivaled and innovative gaming peripherals in 2014 and will be showcasing them this year at Computex (Nangang Exhibition Hall, Booth # M0102) from 3rd to 7th June.

This year GAMDIAS will launch 8 new, top-of-the-line products including the EREBOS Laser/Optical gaming mouse, the OUREA Laser/Optical gaming mouse, the ARES/ ARES Essential gaming keyboards, and the EROS V2 and HEBE V2 gaming headsets.

The GMS5510-OUREA mouse has a weight tuning system with four 5g mini weights at the bottom as well as an ambidextrous design. The GMS7510-EREBOS mouse has the same features plus 3 sets of Ray-like magnetic interchangeable side panels for ergonomic usage.

GMS5510-OUREA mouse

The GKB6010-ARES keyboard features multi-color pulsating light modes. It also has a magnetic wrist rest providing comfort for prolonged gaming and doubles up as a dust cover. The WASD and arrow keys exchange design meets the need for the left-handed or right-handed users.

GKB6010-ARES keyboard

The GHS3200u-EROS V2 (USB) headset features simulated 7.1 thrilling surround sound with 50mm gaming-class drivers. Its lightweight design incorporates a suspension headband for maximum user comfort and support. The steel goose-neck microphone can be bent in any direction for personal use.

GHS3200u-EROS V2 (USB) headset

The GHS3300-HEBE V2 (3.5mm) headset is compatible with the Sony PS4. Level up with 50mm gaming-class drivers that provide upgraded transparent sound quality with balanced bass and trebles. There are 2 types of connectors that can be used on smart devices or computers for wider applications.

GAMDIAS is dedicated to design unique products, working hard with partners and professional gaming teams from 35 countries to bring you the best gaming experience ever. Come by our Computex booth to visit the GAMDIAS’s engineers and take a peek on upcoming new products for later this year.

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