Roccat launches Kone XTD and Pure models

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German computer peripherals manufacturer Roccat is most famous for their range of gaming mice and keyboards, and this time around, they have introduced a couple of new models for the masses – the Roccat Kone XTD and Pure models. Both mice will continue to retain the famous Kone form factor, features as well as performance, where the Roccat Pure will boast of a profile that is 9% slimmer than before while sporting a new Roccat Titan Wheel and Click Master switch tech. Hey, if you are in the market for a new mouse (or two), you might as well see what Roccat has to offer and who knows, it might just prove to be a union with your hand that you will not regret.

The Roccat Kone XTD has been dubbed by some to be the “Max Customization Gaming Mouse”, while the Roccat Kone Pure is known as the “Core Performance Gaming Mouse”, where both of the new mice should have already hit Europe since October 26th onwards, while folks living in North America as well as Asia will only be on the receiving end of them before December rolls around.

In terms of performance, we are looking at world beaters here, where you will be able to experience a fully-adjustable 8200 DPI ProAim R3 laser sensor that boasts of a whopping 41 DPI settings that range from 200 to 8200, in addition to a 32-bit Turbo Core V2 72MHz ARM MCU processor, 576KB of on-board memory, as well as what Roccat deems to be the most advanced Tracking & Distance Control Unit in the world. All of the components are said to function in clockwork unison, delivering the world’s most impressive speed, control and accuracy. Of course, all of the above mentioned might just be marketing speak, and even if it is true, you will still need to give either mouse a test run before you agree with the conclusions.

After all, a gaming mouse is a very personal piece of equipment, and different gamers play games differently, so the way they wield their mice is not the same as the gamer sitting next to them.

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