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Roccat Kone Pure Optical Mouse Review

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Posted 02 November 2013 - 09:14 PM


Roccat Kone Pure Optical Mouse Review

Roccat have produced some of the coolest and best performing
peripherals we've ever tested here at eTeknix, going from the
Roccat Kone XTD
 gaming mouse which I personally regard as the best mouse on the
market, to their smaller Kone Pure
 and the hybrid Savu
, all of which won eTeknix awards for their incredible performance and
extensive features, amongst many other great reasons. So naturally
we're going into this review with pretty high expectations of both
Roccat and the Kone Pure Optical gaming mouse.

The Optical sensor is a big deal for some gamers, laser is wonderful
to use and incredibly accurate across a wide range of surfaces, while
also being capable of extremely high DPI in excess of 8200. Optical is
typically capable of lower DPI settings of around 4000 and doesn't
work on some surface types such as glass and aluminium. Both types of
sensor have theirs benefits and while I lack the words to describe
how, optical feels different to laser and the way it tracks is really
a matter of taste compared to laser. Roccat know that a lot of gamers
love optical sensors and would rather have one over crazy high DPI
laser sensors, which is why they've released the Pure Optical mouse.

The mouse is really well equipped with a high quality sensor, 1000Hz
polling rate, a super low response time, a fast tracking speed, built
in ARM CPU, on board memory for profiles, macros and most importantly
of all zero angle snapping and prediction.

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