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Roccat KONE Pure Inferno Orange Review

Rating: 8.0.

Today we are taking a look at the limited edition ROCCAT Kone Pure Inferno Orange. Armed with an 8200 DPI sensor, Omron switches, customizable lighting and a 32-bit on-board processor, the Kone Pure has high expectations and big boots to fill. Despite all its features, the Kone Pure comes in at a relatively modest asking price of £58.51 inc vat. 

So, does ROCCAT have another winner on their hands?

ROCCAT has issued several versions of the Kone Pure to celebrate the fifth anniversary of the original Kone. Alternatives to the Inferno Orange include Hellfire Red, Polar Blue and Phantom White.



  • 8200DPI PRO-AIM (R3) sensor.
  • Omron switches.
  • 576KB on-board memory.
  • 7 mouse buttons + solid 2D titan wheel.
  • 1000Hz polling rate.
  • 30 G acceleration.
  • 1-5mm lift-off distance.
  • 72MHz Turbo Core V2 32-bit Arm based MCU.
  • 1.8m braided USB cable.
  • Zero angle snapping/prediction

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