Scuf Gaming announced a curious association with Coca Cola to create a limited edition of gaming peripherals, and fortunately it is limitedand it really wouldn’t occur to me that anyone would want a high-end (expensive) device with the Coca-Cola logo like they got it for free by buying a few 2-liter bottles, let alone the aesthetics are awful.
More or less they will have realized it, because they will only throw 500 units The SCUF Reflex Pros Controller, SCUF H1 Headset, Corsair K65 Keyboard, and Corsair Mouse Pad, and none of these peripherals will be available for purchase in the European Union.
“We are known for the innovation and power of connection we bring to our products. This opportunity with Coca-Cola and the Byte Collection provides our community with uniquely designed products at the intersection of creativity, play and culture,” he said. Diego Núñez, Vice President of Games Marketing at Corsair. “We are thrilled to partner with Coca-Cola for such an exciting launch and hope you enjoy these limited edition items.”
Designed in conjunction with the Coca-Cola Byte aesthetic, these limited-edition products from SCUF and CORSAIR capture the metallic ethos of the original aluminum can while encapsulating the retro spirit and vintage feel associated with gaming. ‘Ancient. . Think 80s Pac-Man with a modern twist.
The base colors are lilac and black, and there are unique design elements throughout the collection. For example, the mousepad’s pixelated pattern is overlaid with light gray to add depth and dimension, a nod to 3D wireframes. The Coca-Cola logo is pixelated, deliberately oversized, and placed directly on the space bar of the K65 keyboard. There is also an easter egg hidden in the keyboard. (Tip: Look for hot pink keys.)