Roccat Kone Pure Ultra and Sense Surface Review

Roccat Sense Surface

Roccat Kone Pure Ultra and Sense Surface Review

Roccat Sense Surface

If you've ever brought a cloth mat and spent the next month borrowing heavy books from the library in an attempt to flatten it out from the tube roll it came in, you'll appreciate the "flat already" nature of the Sense packaging. We certainly do. It's bad enough that most cloth mats curl at the corner eventually anyway, without having them curled before you begin.

Roccat Sense Box  
Roccat Sense Packaging  

Out of the box we have a long USB cable which provides the power, the lighting toggle built into the power receptor, and a large, beautifully coated surface upon which to go smiting our enemies.


Roccat Sense Contents  

On the underside we have a heavily textured coating keeping the Sense Surface fully in place no matter how much you push against it. Of course it works with any mouse, but the lightness of the Kone Pure Ultra means you have absolutely no chance at all of moving the mat during play.


Roccat Sense underside  

The lighting is somewhat of a mixed bag. This top photo is supposed to be blue on the right and red on the left, whereas it appears more like two purples. However, going all one colour - as in the bottom picture - meets with greater success.


Roccat Sense Cloth  
Roccat Sense Lighting  

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Most Recent Comments

31-01-2020, 12:35:02

KingNosser
I've had the pure and the owl eye version these are really nice mice to the point anything else just isnt the same for me, but like anything they are not for everyone depends on many things.Quote

04-02-2020, 11:21:44

SuB
Seems like the latest rebrand of the pure is alright then.
I've had the Kone Pure (laser) and the Kone Pure Military Optical (my favourite)

Glad they've gone back to and stuck with optical, I was thinking about picking a new one upQuote

04-02-2020, 11:44:48

AlienALX
I don't like cloth mats. Thankfully mine is reversible, maybe Roccat should look into that.

Mouse looks nice though.Quote
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