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Roccat Kone[+] Gaming Laser Mouse (ROC-11-801-AS)

3.0 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

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  • Pro-Aim Laser Senser R2 with up to 6000DPI
  • 1000Hz polling rate
  • 1ms response time; 1000Hz polling rate.
  • 11750fps, 10.5megapixel
  • 30G acceleration
  • 3.8-5m/s(150-200ips)
  • 16 bit data channel
  • 576mb memory
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Product Description

ROCCAT 8 button 6000 DPI gaming laser mouse, easy Shift+ button duplicator for 22 directly accessible mouse function, 4-LED light system for individual colors+effects, tracking $ distance control unit, onboard 576kb memory, 4 Easy-To-Clip-In weights, ROCCAT driver+ macro manager include Macro presets for games &apps.

Product Information

Product Dimensions 5.1 x 3 x 1.8 inches
Item Weight 4.6 ounces
Shipping Weight 1.1 pounds
ASIN B004LVOVMM
Item model number ROC-11-801-AS
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3.0 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews

3.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #318,665 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
#38,210 in Video Games > Accessories
Date first available at Amazon.com August 1, 2011

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Kone Plus gaming mouse works good in Debian OS, Microsoft Windows Vista OS and Ubuntu OS (if you unplug it before restarting) I have not used the Kone+ mouse for long; but so far it works great without any problems. Ubuntu would not load; but it is working now that I restarted the PC with the Kone+ unplugged into the computer. I have another non-gaming mouse plugged in called a Pro-Fit by Kensington. Then once my Ubuntu Operating system was working (35 seconds later) I plugged in the Kone+ and it worked fine. When I had left the Kone+ plugged in and restarted the PC it took over two minutes to get the prompt back for either Microsoft Windows Vista or Debian; but it would not give the Ubunutu OS until I unplugged the Kone+ and then the PC started up fine ready to use quickly.

My Zino HD has four operating systems on it; two Ubuntu Operating systems, Debian OS and Microsoft Windows Vista OS.

With the Microsoft Windows Visa Operating System, Ubuntu OS and Debian Operating System this Kone+ (Kone Plus) works great; but it does take longer to boot up than it used to with other mice. So just unplugging the Kone+ and restarting it really speeds up the boot time as well as it means I can use Ubuntu OS too.

The tilt wheel works good on the webpages to move the page right or left. The wheel up and down scrolls with the page vertically. So far I have not tried any of the macros yet. I have been using it as a regular mouse. The configuration setting software was easy to use in Microsoft Windows Visa. Then once my Mouse software was updated I was ready to use it in Debian OS, Microsoft Windows Visa OS or Ubuntu OS.

My mouse right out of the box defaults work great. There are profiles with different settings to try; but I have not tried them yet.
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So I got this in early December, after dealing with a terrible RAT 7 mouse. At first it was great, loved the feel, super smooth, everything. I thought I had found my perfect mouse.

However, about a month in, the scroll wheel started acting really jerky. I would scroll down and then it would jerk back up (on the webpage, not the wheel itself). This kept happening over and over. Looking online this is known issue for the first revision of this mouse, which apparently I had. Some people said to try blowing compressed air into it, which I tried, didn't help. Other people said to open the mouse and put in WD-40 on the mousewheel connectors or something. I was not going to do that for a mouse I just got.

I figured no big deal, and contacted Rokkat support. While they were quick to respond (about 12 hours), they basically said that since I'm in the US they don't provide support here yet (supposed to be sometime in 2012). They gave me two options.

1. Send it to the UK on my own dime, and wait 2-3 weeks to get a new one.

2. Wait until they offer support in the US, then get it replaced.

Both of those options are terrible for a product I bought domestically. (Looks like now Amazon doesn't sell it anymore). Instead, I set up a return and ordered a Razer Mamba. I have many friends who have these, and say they are highly reliable.

It was worth a shot, and I loved the mouse, but a flaky mousewheel and lack of support make it a no-go for me.
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This mouse has everything you could want, except the acceleration. Too bad mouse sensor vendors cannot make a non-accelerating sensor. You will notice that few OEM or mouse manufacture advertise the mouse sensor they use. You will not find it on the box, because then you can research the potential flaws. I think they should provide that information so consumers can be informed buyers.
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First thing first, I am not a gamer, I just enjoy the many extras & such gaming peripherals provide over their desktop counterparts. I purchased this product after being disappointed with the extremely buggy software, build quality & durability of the Mionix Naos 5000 Laser Gaming Mouse & I'm thoroughly satisfied with my decision. I've never even heard of this company before but as of now, if they keep building peripherals like that of this mouse then they have a customer for life in me. The mouse's build quality is top notch. The buttons are solid with excellent tactile feedback. The scroll wheel is superb. The notches in the wheel gives you complete control over how fast or slow you want to scroll through web pages as you navigate your way through the internet. The tilt feature in the scroll wheel is fantastic. It in itself is an actual button that registers a click & some feedback when depressed left or right. I borrowed one of the reviewers of this unit suggestion & remap the tilt feature to function as a forward & back button for web pages & windows & I couldn't be more pleased. Another function that this Mouse seems to have everyone else beaten at is it's button remapping capabilities. You can remap every button on the unit so that each can perform two functions, with the second function activating only when the Easyshift button is depressed. This is an excellent feature & I applaud them for their efforts. What you can assign buttons to do is also an impressive feat. You can assign profile changes, macros, keyboard shortcuts, quick launches, timers, multimedia controls & so on & so forth. There is quite a bit you can assign & you probably won't remap them all, at least I couldn't.Read more ›
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