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Roccat Kone Pure Gaming Mouse Review (w/ Hiro Gaming Surface)

Roccat supplies the Hiro gaming surface in a large rectangular sleeve that features some of the mouse mat’s key information.

Over 80 mice have been tested with the Hiro and Roccat claims a resolution compatibility of up to 16,800 DPI.

The 350 x 250mm, 2.5mm-thick, vulcanised silicone surface offers a friction-reducing medium on which gamers can efficiently move their mouse from edge to edge without any interference or excessive effort. Roccat positions its company logo and the Hiro product name in the surface’s bottom-right corner.

A rubberised rear surface prevents the mouse pad from slipping and is also able to absorb the force of an impact, lowering the risk of mouse damage. Roccat utilises ‘power-bonded construction’ to prevent fraying of the edges over the Hiro’s lifetime.

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  • Leo

    looks like a good mouse again, but yeah a bit expensive….

  • Xtreme

    I like the design, but I agree, the pricing seems a bit ‘out’ – especially when compared to their flagship model.