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ROCCAT shows off its E3 and Computex lineup

Posted on Thursday, May 10 2012 @ 16:12:35 CEST by


ROCCAT introduces some of the new products it will showcase at the E3 and Computex shows:
We are ready to roll out an impressive line-up of new products at E3 in Los Angeles on June 7 and at Computex in Taipei on June 5.

High on the list is the ROCCAT™ Kone XTD Max Customization Gaming Mouse – the new incarnation of the legendary ROCCAT™ Kone[+]. Equipped with the latest technological gaming innovations and an 8200 DPI Pro Aim R3 laser sensor – as well as being loaded with the full power of ROCCAT™ software – the Kone XTD is expected to surpass its famous predecessor and claim supremacy in the field of laser gaming mice.

Furthermore we will show off the ROCCAT™ Lua Tri-Button Gaming Mouse at both E3 and Computex. Packing a fully- adjustable 2000 DPI Pro Optic sensor in a sleek, ambidextrous V-shape, the Lua delivers straightforward control, comfort and style for both left- and right-handed gamers.

And finally, in what is sure to be exciting news for many gamers, the first beta version of the much-anticipated ROCCAT™ Power-Grid app will be available for hands-on use at both E3 and Computex. Power-Grid – which allows PC gamers to control their games and computer with their smartphone – sent a seismic jolt through the gaming world when first announced. And the buzz continues.




 



 

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