Roccat Kain 120 AIMO Mouse Review
Introduction and Technical Specifications
Published: 11th September 2019 | Source: Roccat | Price: |
If you're a regular reader of OC3D you'll be aware of how much we've liked the Roccat range of peripherals, with their mice being particular highlights. Almost without exception from the initial Kone through Kovas and to today's Kain, Roccat have produced a massive selection of comfortable, highly featured mice.
Today we're looking at the Roccat Kain. It is available in few different variants but the model we have in for review today is the Kain 120 AIMO, the peak of the Kain choices. Roccat very much take an approach of 'slowly slowly catchy monkey', refining already successful products or taking a long time to ensure any new entry to their range is worthy of the Roccat brand. This means that they rarely release a peripheral which doesn't fully encapsulate the intentions they had for the design. They have a vision and they see it through it its utmost. This has to be applauded as, even if you disagree with the vision they had, you have to admire their tenacity in not compromising. It also means that although they have a relatively small range of different mouse styles, they are all pretty different from each other.
The Roccat Kain 120 AIMO is something which photographs can barely do justice to, but such is the importance of its look and feel we will immediately stop our preamble and get down to showing you its soft curves.
High DPI sensors are the norm on all premium mice these days and the Kain is no exception coming equipped with the Roccat Owl-Eye design supporting up to 16000 DPI. With high acceleration and speed figures you can be sure that the Kain 120 AIMO will respond like a Water Boatman to all your inputs.