ROCCAT Kone EMP RGB Optical Performance Gaming Mouse
ROCCAT Kone EMP Max Performance, RGB, 12,000dpi, Optical Gaming Mouse, Easy-Shift[+] Technology, Roccat Swarm software
ROCCAT Owl-Eye Optical Sensor
Owl-Eye is the exciting new optical sensor from PixArt, modified to the high and exacting standards of ROCCAT. Taking its inspiration from the natural world, it boasts a real and responsive feeling that's instantly recognizable. The sensor can be configured in terms of the ROCCAT-pioneered Distance Control Unit (DCU), with the dpi adjustable in 100-dpi steps from 100 to 12000, although we recommend a 400 - 3000dpi range as optimal.
Ergonomic, Robust Design
Weighing only 116g, the Kone EMP is lighter than its predecessor, giving it a light, competitive weight. It boasts a wealth of ergonomic features for mid-to-large-handed gamers which further cements its status as a mouse forged for marathon gameplay. In its arsenal is an ultra-solid 4D Titan wheel built to the toughest engineering standards, with a robust axis shaft reporting millions of precise steps during its lifespan. It's completed by a unique Pro-Grip surface for minimized sweat and maximized control, with outstanding durability.
The Kone EMP lets you customize its theme to fit uniquely to your style and your style only. It features two illuminated LED light stripes which are configurable in a stunning 16.8m vivid colours. Also available are a variety of immersive visual effects which let you turn the Kone EMP truly in your own signature gaming weapon.
The Kone EMP features world-famous Easy-Shift[+] button duplicator technology, which lets you assign a secondary function to your mouse buttons, for a total of 21 possible functions. Intuitive and easy to program, with options for simple commands or complex macros, Easy-Shift[+] expands your arsenal, letting you react both rapidly and efficiently in the heat of the battle.
Swarm is the software incarnation of ROCCAT's future ready philosophy. It'll cover you for all relevant gaming platforms and devices. It's the next-gen system that keeps on top all games, apps and ROCCAT products in one place. It provides next-level product integration, working as a unified driver suite with an overview of all of your ROCCAT devices. Say goodbye to multiple tray icons - with Swarm you have a veritable gaming command HQ for every weapon in your arsenal. Features • ROCCAT Owl-Eye Optical Sensor, Unrelenting Pointer Precision with 12000dpi
• ARM Cortex-M0 50MHz Processor, for Industry-leading Computing Speed
• RGB True Colour Illumination, Two Illuminated Stripes in Vivid Colour
• 4D Titan Wheel, Four Directions with Advanced Tilting Tech
• Distance Control Unit, Less Pick-up Flight for Heightened Accuracy
• ROCCAT Swarm Ready, Comprehensive Driver & Software Suite
• ROCCAT Easy-Shift[+], Duplicator Technology: 21 Functions
• 512kB On-board Memory, Stores a Wealth of Macros and Settings
• Pro-Grip Surface, Max Grip Coating with Outstanding Durability
• 1000Hz Polling Rate
• 1ms Response Time
• 50G Acceleration
• 250ips Maximum Speed
• Adjustable Lift-off Distance
• 1.8m Braided USB Cable
|Mouse Model||Kone EMP Max Performance RGB|
|Ideal Game Genres|
|Sensor||Roccat Owl-Eye Optical Sensor|
|No. of Buttons||7|
|Features & Functions||None|
|LED Lighting Colour||RGB (16.8M Colours)|
|Compatible Operating Systems|
|Cable Length||1.8 m|
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
Date Issued: 29th Jul 2009
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