Roccat Kova Mouse Coming Soon

"The second gaming-grade mouse from the successful peripheral manufacturer."

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Roccat Kova Gaming Mouse
Roccat Kova Gaming MouseRoccat's first gaming mouse, the Kone, was quite successful when it finally arrived on the market, months after it was first announced due to stock issues. However, all is now ok and Roccat are preparing their second gaming-grade mouse named the Kova.
The Kova features a 3200dpi optical sensor and has an ambidextrous design, a feature that will be welcomed by the lefties out there. At roughly 12cm long, 6.5cm at it's widest point and just 90g it's a lightweight mouse that should have no problems for users with smaller hands. A 2m long USB provides more than enough length for most users.
The Kova features the standard two buttons, a scroll wheel and a further two programmable buttons on each side, for a grand total of 7. GRIPTECH non-slip stabilization is used on the sides for a better grip, and the scroll wheel has a rubberized surface for enhanced accuracy. The LEDs inside of the mouse are fully customizable to your favourite colour with rotating and breathing effects. To round off the features, the Kova is compatable out of the box with both PC and Mac systems, also allowing you to change the DPI settings on the fly, without drivers.
If you'd like to purchase the Kova then you'll have to wait until next month to do so, when it becomes available for around £50.
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11-10-2009, 08:03:07

Pretty sure he's talking about i3/i5/i7/i9

11-10-2009, 08:15:58

Heres the different brand of labels


heres the interview


12-10-2009, 07:40:04

Makes sense.

nVidia had done it, but ofc that was cos they were after ur 1st borns.

12-10-2009, 12:00:13

Aside from Rasta's ... original way of stating it I tend to agree with him.

nVidia rebrands and they are the bad guys, Intel rebrands and it makes things 'clearer'? Personally when I as average customer had bought a rather expensive i3 and found out it's actually a rebrand of a lower cpu I'd be rather mad. Fail >< .

However, intel seems to inform reasonably about it (salesmen in local shops might reverse that but the idea is there) and nVidia does not.

*quickly remembers 9800GT, GTS series and the recent GT300 fake*

12-10-2009, 12:13:36

Agreed. Salesmen in the shops won't know wtEf.

Intel talk to people more. nVidia don't talk to no-one, cept their partners, so people make things up.

*quickly remembers 9800GT, GTS series and the recent GT300 fake*

Which is all exploded nonsense.

20-10-2009, 23:51:00

yea i agree but only if it was the same for the xeon processor.

24-10-2009, 13:13:59

I like the idea, it makes it easier for the end user to distinguish (whereas NVidia was just renaming G92 over and over again)

28-10-2009, 07:07:12

The only time the gpu has been renamed is when it's been revised.

U think it should be revised and keep the same name ?

28-10-2009, 19:41:20

Why not? just stick "revision 2" at the end
sorted :)

29-10-2009, 08:43:40

... they already put a, b, whatever on them. And they are revision changed not just bumped by name.

Seriously an unfounded argument tbh.

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