ROCCAT Tyon Multi-Button USB Gaming Mouse
Gaming has changed. The modern battlefield is an especially hostile place, with threats from the air, sea and land. How do you react to these extra dimensions of gameplay? Enter the ROCCAT Tyon, the all action multi-button gaming mouse that’s the result countless hours of design from the industry’s greatest minds, specifically tailored for modern, multi-vehicle warfare.
Unrivalled Command Power
The Tyon features the X-Celerator, a single-axis analogue thumb paddle pioneered for modern battlefields. It gives you unrivalled command capabilities without sacrificing control. You can use it to seamlessly tilt left and right, pitch up and down, increase and decrease throttle and much more, all while maintaining perfect mouse control.
Improved Easy-Shift[+] Functionality
ROCCAT’s breakthrough Easy-Shift[+] technology lets you assign a secondary function to each button on the mouse, for a near endless number of attack possibilities. The secondary function can be activated once the Easy-Shift[+] button is held down. On the Tyon, this is a dedicated button conveniently located beneath the traditional side buttons.
Extended Attack Options
The Tyon is the first ROCCAT mouse armed with the ingenious Dorsal Fin-Switch, a two-way button controlled mid-knuckle, expertly placed for ease of use without having to adjust the hand during crucial moments. The Dorsal Fin-Switch is a brilliant tactical design to move ever more vital functions away from the keyboard and to your gaming mouse.
An Expanded Arsenal
Four expertly placed ergonomic buttons flank the main right and left clicks, allowing even more functions to live on the Tyon rather than your keyboard. This addition to the multi-button layout allows for even more rapid execution of myriad commands, designed to feel so comfortable each action feels like second-nature.
Your Tyon, Your Style
Fully customize the look of your Tyon with new industry-standard RGBY lighting illumination system. Adjust the colour of your scroll wheel and mouse rim independently of one other for your own unique look. With a variety of enhanced lighting effects to choose from and your choice of 16.8 million colours, the Tyon melds on every level to your style.
Tracking & Distance Control Unit (TDCU)
The Tyon’s TDCU automatically calibrates the sensor’s lift-off distance to ensure perfect tracking on every gaming surface.
32-Bit Processor + 576kb Memory
A 32-bit turbo core V2 72Mhz ARM MCU processor + 576Kb on-board memory ensures lighting fast macro execution.
Driver + ROCCAT Achievements Display
A comprehensive driver plus ROCCAT Achievements Display allow for insane levels of software customization and gaming statistics tracking. Features • 8200 dpi pro aim (r3) laser sensor, for precision gaming at its best
• X-Celerator thumb paddle, for unrivalled command capabilities
• Fin switch, for rapid and instinctive control
• ROCCAT Easy-Shift[+], on-the-fly button duplicator
• 16.8m multi-colour illumination, customizable two-level light system
• Tracking & distance control unit, less pick-up flight for precise gaming
• 16 mouse buttons, programmable + solid 2D mouse wheel
• 32-bit processor + 576kb memory, for rapid macro storage and execution
• Ergonomic, natural form-fitting design
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- 24 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 7 days
- RTB Period:
- 24 months
Date Issued: 29th Jul 2009
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