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[PG] ROCCAT™ Kova[+] - Max Performance Gaming Mouse - Available Next Week

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The 3200dpi Pro-Optic R2 Gaming Sensor plays in the champions' league of optical sensors, offering lag-free precision. Maximum speed has been increased to 130 inches per second, with maximum acceleration also being raised to 30G. And just like the current generation of all other ROCCATâ„¢ gaming mice, the polling rate is an unprecedented 1000Hz.

The ROCCAT™ Kova[+] Max Performance Gaming Mouse will be available in Europe from next week for a MSRP of €49.99.






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post #2 of 20
Im wary of Roccat since I bought my Kone just over a year ago. The mouse wheel didnt feel right and the left mouse button has now stopped working, but still, this looks very pretty.
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Aww man. I've already got a Kova, i'll no doubt want this. At least they added software, the button configuration always sucked and was confusing.
    
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post #4 of 20
Basically a Pyra in a Kova Shell for 10e more than Pyra and Kova.

Imho a off-center sensor in a symmetrical mouse is pretty stupid but the Kova couldn't really convince me anyway.
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It doesn't matter where the sensor is....you still have to move the mouse anyway. LOL!!
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post #6 of 20
... and when I move a mouse with an off-center sensor it feels weird, I simply don't like it.
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I don't think this is looking good enough to make me question my devotion to the mouse nirvana of the mionix naos.
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Eh. I've got one of the best mice available: 1800 deathadder.

I'm fine for a long while.
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post #9 of 20
130 IPS, 30G? Optical?


I'm lost :[
post #10 of 20
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Originally Posted by Cheex View Post
It doesn't matter where the sensor is....you still have to move the mouse anyway. LOL!!
If you twist your wrist to make small adjustments in your aim then the placement of the sensor is hugely important. A sensor in the middle might move only a very small amount compared to a sensor mounted near the top of the mouse which will travel quite a bit.


LOL!!!!

Seriously, who the hell actually laughs out loud as many times as they type it? And what about your post was funny enough to warrant even a chuckle, let alone a full-blown laugh?
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