Msi Reveals Clutch Gm50 Gaming Mouse And Vigor Gk60 Gaming Keyboard – Nov 03, 2018 – Taipei, Taiwan (Techreleased) – MSI, leader in true gaming hardware, today announces the Clutch GM50 GAMING mouse and Vigor GK60 GAMING keyboard to provide solid choices for gamers looking for powerful weapons to conquer the battlefield. Both new products offer unique features and use MSI’s exclusive new Gaming Center software which allows for more detailed control and customization.


Speed is the key! The lightweight design of the Clutch GM50 encourages rapid movement when playing FPS or action games. This mouse is crafted for right-handed gamers with ergonomic design to ensure a comfortable experience. Built around the PMW 3330 optical sensor, the GM50 offers best in class gaming features with enhanced accuracy and a max CPI of 7200. Equipped with OMRON switches, the GM50’s buttons will easily last over 20 million clicks.

A stylish implementation of RGB Mystic Light adorns the outside of the mouse and can be customized or synced with other RGB products using MSI’s RGB Mystic Light software. For technical settings, the exclusive MSI Gaming Center software offers detailed control over various settings for you to tweak at will. If you prefer to keep things simple, the GM50 can also be customized using hotkeys on the mouse with over 200 effect combinations that you can choose to fit your own playstyle.


Built on a solid and durable aluminum frame, the Vigor GK60 embodies the essentials of a premium mechanical gaming keyboard. It features Cherry MX Switches, Mystic Light and hotkeys for just about everything. The Cherry MX Red Switches are ideal for gamers with a low actuation force, allowing for rapid key presses. They’re of course also known for their excellent durability, lasting over 50 million keystrokes. Should your fingers lose their bearing, the unique metal keycaps provide an instantly recognizable tactile anchor for directional movement keys.

The Vigor GK60 is an extremely sturdy keyboard with attention to detail. A special ‘Gaming Base’ under the space bar prevents unnecessary flexing. Plenty of space is left under the keyboard to accommodate cable management such as a headset.