Roccat presents the new Series of Mouse Gaming Kone Pro

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We have already spoken of the PC equipment Roccat brand in glowing terms. Now the brand of PC peripherals based in Germany, winner of several awards, Turtle Beach Corporation, still managed. The new series of gaming mouse Kone Pro, available in wired and wireless editions, combines the optical switching technology ridiculously fast Titan brand to the characteristic feel of their legendary mouse design. This means that it looks like an old classic, but it meets as a leading technology – you know, because it is one. The first mouse Kone entered the scene in 2007, so those little darlings have ergonomic 14 years of research and countless hours of experience behind them. Moreover, they are beautiful. Do not believe us? Watch these trailers highlighting the many features offered by the mouse Kone Pro.

René Korte, ROCCAT Founder and CEO of PC peripherals to Turtle Beach, said: The original story ROCCAT Kone starts with the first, so when we decided to redesign our most iconic mouse, we were delighted to bring our latest advances in a new bid that exceeds the above. It was not an easy task. However, I can say with confidence that the new Kone Pro series is our best to date. »

The Kone Kone Pro and Pro Air respectively weigh 66 grams and 75 grams, making it one of the lightest on the market gaming mouse. They are both equipped with the optical sensor 19K Owl Eye ROCCAT® dpi, which allows an accurate translation of the movement to the gameplay. The cable supplied with the PhantomFlex® Kone Pro provides a sensation of movement without restriction, while Kone Pro Air is wireless with a possible dual connectivity via Bluetooth and a wireless transmitter. Even better, the quick charge function of Kone Pro Air offers five hours of play after 10 minutes of charging. On a full charge, it can offer more than 100 hours of continuous play. If you need a new mouse game in your life, why not try one of these marvels?

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