Overall we are left with very positive impressions of the Roccat Savu gaming mouse. It offers the same impressive build quality that we’ve experienced from Roccat in the past and we have no doubt that this mouse will survive a tough gaming environment for many years.
Despite the very simple aesthetic design of the Savu, it has to be one of the most attractive mice that we’ve ever laid eyes on. The rough textured finish on the sides of the mouse won’t be to everyone’s tastes but it gave us a more secure grip on the mouse than the smooth rubber finish adopted by many manufacturers.
The only aspect of the Savu which we felt could be improved was the mouse wheel. It doesn’t feel as refined as the wheel on the Corsair Vengeance M60 which allows much more precise selection when scrolling. The Savu wheel is also rather noisy in operation.
If you are in the market for a new gaming mouse, the Roccat Savu can be yours for a price of £50 from Overclockers UK. At this price we feel that the Savu offers good value for money. It’s exactly the same price as the Corsair Vengeance M60 which is a great alternative if you would prefer a laser sensor for FPS gaming. The Roccat Taito is a perfect companion for the Savu and can be purchased for £12 from Overclockers UK.
- Sublime aesthetics.
- Solid build quality.
- Highly configurable.
- Mouse wheel could be more refined.
KitGuru says: An excellent option if you’re in the market for a new optical gaming mouse.