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Roccat Kone[+] Laser Gaming Mouse Review

Rating: 8.5.

We were recently impressed by the Roccat Pyra gaming mouse which was designed specifically for gamers on the move.  This only appeals to a small section of the market however as most gamers will prefer a full-size mouse with a better specification.

Today we are going to look at Roccat’s latest mouse, the Kone[+], which is an updated version of their popular Kone mouse.  It boasts a huge specification, including a class-leading 6000 DPI laser sensor.

Features

  • 6000DPI PRO-AIM LASER SENSOR
    for maximum precision
  • EASYSHIFT[+] BUTTON DUPLICATOR
    for 22 directly accessible mouse functions
  • 4-LED LIGHT SYSTEM
    for individual colors + effects
  • TRACKING & DISTANCE CONTROL UNIT
    ultimate tracking; minimizes pick-up-flight
  • ROCCAT™ DRIVER + MACRO MANAGER
    incl. Macro Presets for games & apps
  • ONBOARD MEMORY (576KB)
    store 5 Game Profi les with macros
  • 4 EASY-TO-CLIP-IN WEIGHTS (4X5G)
    for individual weight adjustment
  • 8 MOUSE BUTTONS
    programmable + solid 4D mouse wheel
  • ULTRA QUIET
    low friction mouse feet
Specification
  • Pro-Aim Laser Sensor R2 with up to 6000dpi
  • 1000Hz polling rate
  • 1ms response time
  • 11750fps, 10.5megapixel
  • 30G acceleration
  • 3.8-5m/s (150-200ips)
  • 16-bit data channel
  • Tracking & Distance Control Unit
  • 72MHz TurboCore processor
  • 576kB onboard memory
  • 2m USB cable
Further Information

Mouse Size
Maximum width ca. 13.5cm x ca. 7.8cm maximum length

Mouse Weight
126 g (excluding cable)

Package Contains

ROCCAT™ Kone[+] Max Customization Gaming Mouse
Weight System with 4 weights
ROCCAT ID Card
Quick Install Guide

System Requirements
Windows® XP 32bit,
Vista® 32/64 bit,
Windows® 7 32/64 bit
USB 2.0 Port
Internet connection (for driver installation)

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