Roccat intends to push gaming boundaries at Computex 2013
German companies are well known for their precision engineering as well as sheer build quality, and ROCCAT Studios certainly are not playing the fool by their presence at Computex 2013 which has ended this week. Using that showcase event in Taiwan to deliver news of major product releases, Roccat intends to roll out an optical version of the multi-award-winning Kone Pure gaming mouse, calling it the Kone Pure Optical Core Performance Gaming Mouse this time around. That is certainly a mouthful when you think about it, and it does make me wish that ROCCAT could revert to something that is a whole lot simpler. Apart from that gaming mouse update, ROCCAT also demonstrated the eagerly-anticipated Ryos MK Pro Mechanical Gaming Keyboard With Per-key Illumination, allowing the masses to enjoy the full capabilities of the keyboard’s unique, configurable lighting system.
Not only that, there will also be the release candidate for the acclaimed Power-Grid smartphone app which will be unveiled. This particular app has been undergoing closed beta testing since early April. ROCCAT also intends to make a mark for itself in the Mac OS gaming environment, and the first step that they would take would be to introduce a driver for the popular Kone XTD mouse so that it can be used in Mac OS environments. This would enable the growing number of people who enjoy games on the Mac OS platform to be able to experience the full spectrum of ROCCAT innovations including Easy-Shift[+], ROCCAT Talk and a bunch of other customization possibilities.
Additional amounts of patience will eventually see Mac OS driver software rolling out for additional ROCCAT peripherals on an incremental basis. Well, with all the innovations that ROCCAT had announced, which are the ones that you are most interested in, and would like to grab hold of, pronto?