One of the biggest splashes made in 2012 in the ThinkComputers universe was caused by the asteroid known as Roccat. A long time player in the Europe, Roccat decided to step up their game and compete with the big dogs in the US market. Apparently German dogs are just as mean as SEA dogs because the products that Roccat showcased at the LVH suite on the first day of CES would even impress Michael Vick. With the inclusion of one of the sickest mechanical keyboard options and the further development of the ‘Power Grid’ product, Roccat is poised to plant some roots in the US and not let anyone tread of that ground.
ROCCAT will be showing its new product developments in gaming peripherals and software at CES in Las Vegas on January 8 – 11, 2013. Some of the ROCCAT highlights at this year’s show will include the brand’s first-ever mechanical keyboard and the first software project for the company from Hamburg, Germany – the Power-Grid app, which has now passed Beta testing. In addition, several ROCCAT products at CES are newly available to US gamers, including the gaming mice Kone XTD and Kone Pure along with the multicolor gaming keyboard Isku FX.
At ThinkComputers, we’ve had a chance to look at several different devices from Roccat. From mice to keyboards, their products are well designed and perform just as well. So today we will be looking at the Roccat Kave 5.1 Surround Sound Gaming Headset. So read on to see if this headset lives up to those qualities; and more importantly, if it’s worth your hard earned money.
When Bob told me I was going to review the Roccat Lua I was honestly excited. I saw the Lua during an E3 announcement and have been looking forward to get my hands on it ever since. Roccat has a recent history with ThinkComputers of having top notch products. I don’t know if I’ve encountered a brand that has made such a splash with me in such a short period of time. The Lua is a gaming mouse that follows the same aesthetic scheme of the rest of the Roccat products but it’s a question of if it will follow the same quality scheme.
ROCCAT, the German manufacturer of professional gaming accessories, today announced a January 2013 North American release date for its new high-performance cloth gaming pad – the ROCCAT Hiro – 3D Supremacy Surface Gaming Mousepad – the world’s first mousepad to use an advanced new manufacturing process that creates smooth, rounded edges that won’t ever fray, even after extended use. The patented build process creates an inseparable “power bond” between upper and lower surfaces, delivering a mousepad of unrivaled durability.
Here we are back with another gaming device from ROCCAT. Over the past few months we have taken a look at a selection of their mice, keyboards and headsets. For being the new kid on the block they really mean business and are not some gaming brand that is going to here and gone in a year. On the review block today is a Savu Gaming Mouse. This mouse features a 4000 dpi optical sensor opposed to laser sensors that we’ve seen on many of the latest mice. The mid-size gaming mouse only has 4 major buttons plus a scroll wheel, you can double those buttons with ROCCAT’s Easy-Shift[+] functionality. The Savu also features “no sweat” grips and a rear light bar that can be customized to any color you wish. Is this the gaming mouse for you? Read on to find out!
Today we are getting a first look at another ROCCAT gaming mouse, the Savu. Being a mid-sized gaming mouse the Savu is going to appeal to many gamers. It features a total of 4 customizable buttons with scroll wheel, a 4000 dpi sensor, no-sweat side grips and a customizable light system. We know ROCCAT for giving gamers exactly what they want and this mouse has many of the same features that are in other ROCCAT gaming devices. Read on to check out our unboxing and overview video.
ROCCAT Studios, the Hamburg-based manufacturer of competition gaming peripherals, is set to expand their high-performance mouse portfolio with the upcoming debut of three new game-changing devices: the ROCCAT Kone XTD – Max Customization Gaming Mouse, the ROCCAT Kone Pure – Core Performance Gaming Mouse and the ROCCAT Lua – Tri-Button Gaming Mouse.
ROCCAT, the Hamburg-based manufacturer of professional gaming accessories, presents an addition to the legendary ROCCAT Sense High Precision Gaming Mousepad – one of the world’s most popular mousepads. The new ROCCAT Sense Chrome Blue features a revised surface, more intense colours and is just 2mm high. The special microcrystalline coating incorporated into the fabric surface is ultra-effective at minimizing frictional resistance between the mouse and the pad thereby noticeably improving the gliding capability of mice. At the same time there is hardly any noise: the mouse glides almost silently over the ROCCAT mousepad.
ROCCAT (PRONOUNCED ROCK-ET) made a name for itself at Thinkcomputers when they allowed us to review the ISKU Illuminated Gaming Keyboard. The ISKU featured solid hardware accompanied by the most dynamic customization software I’ve ever seen. Today I’m taking a look at the ROCCAT Kone[+] – Max Customization Gaming Mouse. Let me start off by saying that MAX CUSTOMIZATION seems like an achievement I’d get in my favorite MMO. If MAX CUSTOMIZATION (I’ll stop with the CAP’s now) is anything similar to what the ISKU had, well, you can paint me blue and call me Babe (Pizza Pizza).
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