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ROCCAT Kova[+] Optical Gaming Mouse Review

ROCCAT have definitely taken things to the next level with the Kova[+] which sorts out the only issues we had with the original mouse.  For those who already own the original Kova mouse, though, it probably isn’t worthwhile upgrading to this latest version as there isn’t a huge difference between the two models.

The soft touch rubberised finish of the Kova[+] is the most obvious upgrade from the Kova and it improves the feel of the mouse considerably.  The overall build quality of the mouse is up there with the best so it should last you a good few years.

Performance in our gaming tests was flawless and the included software gives us a plentiful number of configuration options to set up the mouse to our liking.  For those who are looking for a decent gaming surface to go with the Kova[+], we would recommend the ROCCAT Sota surface which is well suited to most types of gaming.

The choice of which gaming mouse to buy will ultimately come down to price for a lot of users.  At a price of around £45 at Ebuyer, the Kova[+] is good value for money and should appeal to a wide spectrum of gamers.  But for those who can’t afford this price tag, the original Kova mouse is still available from a few retailers for around £10 less.

KitGuru says: An improved version of an already impressive mouse.

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Rating: 9.0.

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