Even after the purchase of Roccat by Turtle Beach for approximately $14 million in cash, the company has today announced the launch of its new Kova AIMO gaming mouse which is now available to purchase priced at $60. The Roccat Kova AIMO gaming mouse is available in both black-and-white finishes and is the latest addition to the AIMO range of products.
The Kova AIMO, Roccat’s most versatile mouse yet with an ergonomic design optimised for both left- and right-handed gamers. Equipped with quick-fire buttons that are “intuitively placed” on either side of the main top buttons to allow for “fast, instinctive control”. Together with the Titan wheel and additional side buttons that when combined offer 20 possible functions.
“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 recognisable. 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.”
For more details and full specifications jump over to the official Roccat website by following the link below.
Roccat Owl-Eye Optical Sensor – Unrelenting Pointer Precision With 12000 Dpi
Tri-Button Thumb Zone – Rapid Control, Features Easy-Shift[+]™ Button
32-Bit Arm Mcu + Onboard Memory – For Rapid Macro Storage And Execution
Rgba Multizone Illumination – Each Zone Independently Configurable
Superior Ergonomics – Classic, Max-Comfort Kone Shape
Distance Control Unit – Custom Pick-Up Flight For Heightened Accuracy
Aimo Lighting System – Intelligent Lighting Harmonized Across Devices
4D Titan Wheel – Four Directions With Advanced Tilting Tech
Roccat Swarm – Comprehensive Driver & Software Suite
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