Corsair Release their Lapdog portable gaming control center

Corsair Release their Lapdog portable gaming control center

Corsair Release their Lapdog portable gaming control center

Corsair Release their Lapdog portable gaming control center

 

Corsair Release their Lapdog portable gaming control center, allowing you to use a mechanical keyboard and mouse to game in your living room with comfort. 

The Lapdog is what Corsair call a "portable gaming control center", allowing users to integrate a Corsair mechanical Keyboard into to allow them to game comfortably on their lap. The Lapdog is an ergonomic design that with specifically shaped padding to allow gamers optimum control while in their living room, making the couch gaming experience just as good as on a desk. 

The unit also features USB hub with fast charging and a dedicated cable compartment, making your living room PC setup clean while not making use of wireless keyboard designs.  

 

 

This unit is designed to work with Corsair K65 and K70 keyboards, with a brushed aluminum plate to make up the lost space when using a tenkeyless keyboard. 

 

Technical specifications

  • - Designed to work with Corsair K70/K65 series keyboards
  • - Large 11” x 11” mouse pad area
  • - Removable memory foam lap cushion
  • - Built-in 4-port USB 3.0 hub
  • - Additional ports for USB headset and game controllers
  • - Durable aluminum surface
  • - Dedicated cable compartment
  • - Support for USB fast-charging

 

  Corsair Release their Lapdog portable gaming control center  

 

Right now Corsair lists this unit at a price of £119.99, marking this unit inaccessible to all but the premium gaming market. Do you think the lap dog is worth £119.99, without an integrated keyboard?

 

You can see our full review for the Corsair Lapdog Gaming Control Center here. 

 

You can join the discussion on the Corsair lapdog on the OC3D Forums.

 

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Most Recent Comments

25-05-2016, 11:40:35

GiantKiwi
Unless you're a massive corsair fan? Nope.

£119 for this + £100-ish for the a specific keyboard

vs Razer's £120ish for the keyboard & mouse.Quote

25-05-2016, 18:52:20

Kushiro
wheres the extra space for a nicr little palm restQuote
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