Roccat have launched a new range of gaming accessories that promise to deliver precision, performance and comfort.
Included in the new range are three mice and a keyboard, along with a gaming headset and mousepad.
All of Roccat’s new mice take advantage of a new Owl-Eye optical sensor that provides “a level of control so natural and innate that it totally bridges the gap between user and game” according to the company.
Among the three new mice is the Roccat Leadr, which is being touted as the “world’s first wireless gaming mouse that truly delivers the performance of a wired device”. It features zero lag and “virtually” zero latency, and comes with a charging dock as well as a top-up cable.
Roccat is also building on its iconic Kone mouse with the Kone EMP, which combines the new Owl-Eye sensor with an ergonomic design. Where the Kone EMP is built for medium to large hands, Roccat also announced the smaller Owl-Eye-powered Kone Pure 2017 designed for slimmer hands.
The company also officially launched the Roccat Cross gaming headset (read the ChannelNews review here) and the Taito XXL gaming mousepad. The Isku+ Force FX keyboard rounds out the new range, with new technology from Roccat allowing for pressure-sensitive input on a rubber dome keyboard.
The Roccat Kone EMP mouse is available for pre-order from Scorptec Computers for RRP $139.95, and the Leadr and Kone Pure 2017 are set to launch in April. The Roccat Cross gaming headset is available now at EB Games for RRP $129.95, and both the Taito XXL mousepad and the Isku+ Force FX keyboard are available for pre-order from Scorptec Computers for RRP $42.95 and $159.95 respectively.