Roccat Kone mouse unveiled

Posted on Monday, Dec 10 2007 @ 21:18 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
An unknown firm called Roccat will soon release a new mouse for gamers: the Roccat Kone. The design of this mouse reminds me a bit of Logitech's mice.

The Kone will feature Distance Control Unit (DCU), a technology that measures the distance of the Kone from the surface. As soon as you lift the mouse, the sensor recognizes this movement and interrupts data transmission to the computer thereby freezing the cursor and giving you a tiny advantage in aiming precision that decides between devastation and victory.

The mouse is designed for gaming comfort and features a rubberized top and side surface to provide maximum grip. It has 96KB of memory to store up to 512 key strokes plus timing information for 6 mouse buttons in 5 profiles.

You can customize the weight of the mouse and it also has a lot of bling bling. Roccat says the mouse has a light system with 5 LEDs which can display more than 1000 colors.

  • Pro-Aim Gaming Sensor with Distance Control Unit (DCU) to avoid Pick-Up-Flight Syndrome
  • Integrated TurboCore (40MHz) for enhanced processing power
  • 5 profiles for ultra long macros stored directly on the mouse
  • Customizable light system with thousands of colors
  • 4 easy to clip in weights for individual weight adjustment
  • 10 mouse buttons (6 customizable) + 4-way wheel
  • Right handed hybrid Shape with fully coated surface for maximum grip
  • Ultra quiet low friction mouse feet
  • Plug in slot for optional gadgets
It will be available in February 2008 for 69EUR.

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Thomas has been messing with computer since early childhood and firmly believes the Internet is the best thing since sliced bread. Enjoys playing with new tech, is fascinated by science, and passionate about financial markets. When not behind a computer, he can be found with running shoes on or lifting heavy weights in the weight room.

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