Corsair Debuts Custom Lab For Unparalleled Customization

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Now Available In The US!

[Press Release] The Corsair Custom Lab has just been announced. This brand-new configuration allows you to customize peripherals like mice and keyboards to your heart’s content, offering designs, enhancements, and lighting tailor-made for your preferences.

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The best part about Custom Lab is that it can be used for as much or as little customization as you want. It can also help you design accessories that fit your current setup, making everything seamlessly blend in.

According to Corsair’s COO, everyone can use these tools to design and customize setups that reflect who they are. The best part is that Custom Lab creations come with the same level of quality that users have to expect from the company.

For users in the United States, this lab is already live. The M75 Wireless mouse, K65 Plus Wireless keyboard, and MM300 mousepad are currently supported. Expect more options to be made available soon as Custom Lab rolls out to other parts of the world.

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