|Item model number||62020|
|Hardware Platform||PC Games, pc|
|Item Weight||9.1 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7.7 x 6.5 x 1.8 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||7.68 x 6.5 x 1.77 inches|
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SteelSeries Kinzu v2 Optical Gaming Mouse - Pro Edition - Silver
|Price:||$34.78 & FREE Shipping|
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- Ambidextrous shape and compact size
- Tournament grade optical sensor
- 3 programmable buttons with "best in class" gaming grade switches
- Quickly switch between 2 CPI settings
- Durable, double braided nylon cord
- High-performance PTFE feet for low friction glide
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The SteelSeries Kinzu v2 Pro Edition was developed with professional gamers to deliver a mouse with simplistic style and tournament level gaming performance. It's lightweight, compact design houses an upgraded optical sensor and bestin-class switch technology. The Kinzu v2 Pro Edition delivers the important basics to users: consistency, performance, and precision.
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The SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Pro Edition was developed with professional gamers to deliver a mouse with simplistic style and tournament level gaming performance. Its lightweight, compact design houses an upgraded optical sensor and best-in-class switch technology. The Kinzu V2 Pro Edition delivers the important basics to users: consistency, performance, and precision.
The Kinzu V2 Pro Edition is built to win. It features tournament-grade Omron button switches which are recognized by the industry and the community as reliable, high-end hardware components that deliver 'best-in-class' performance and feedback.
The SteelSeries Kinzu V2 uses advanced, optical technology that operates at 3600 FPS and supports stable movement speeds at 130 inches per second. These specs simply say that regardless of your frantic movements, the mouse will consistently deliver, especially for fast-paced FPS games.
The SteelSeries Kinzu V2 is made to be stable on every kind of surface with the help of its top of the line optical sensor. This sensor is also designed to eliminate jitter and provide optimized stability for the user.
The centrally located toggle button allows you to quickly switch between two sensitivity settings. The pre-defined CPI settings in the Kinzu V2 are used and recommended by professional gamers all over the world. These CPI settings, which reach up to 3200, are also easily adjustable via the SteelSeries Engine.
Works with SteelSeries Engine
The Kinzu V2 can be configured using SteelSeries Engine software. The SteelSeries Engine allows you to customize your mouse settings like never before. With the SteelSeries Engine installed you are able to set custom CPI settings, set LED intensity per CPI, program your mouse buttons, record macros, set game triggers for profiles, and much more.
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1st: Silver one with unbalanced feet.
2nd: Black one with a terrible left click. Left click felt like it was clicking down two notches per one click if you clicked on the button too far to the middle of the mouse.
3rd: Black one, same exact clicking problem as second one!
4th: Silver one again, no problems so far. Keeping this one unless it starts developing problems as well.
I never tried the red one but my guess is that it'll have similar build quality problems to the black one. The silver one is much more expensive but if you're set on buying this mouse then it will be worth it.
Build quality: Silver one feels okay. Black one had the left click problem that I mentioned, twice! Mouse wheel doesn't feel so great as it rattles a bit and makes noise because of that as well.
Comfort: For me personally, the comfortable shape was a very impacting factor in deciding to keep this mouse after going through and returning tons of other gaming mice. Side grips are not bad and the mouse is lightweight which is an ideal combination for my fingertip grip. Glossy surface is obviously a hit or miss for different people. The "teflon" feet feel pretty mediocre though and don't slide all that well.
Sensor: Meh, you get what you pay for. The Pixart sensor is terrible at 3200 dpi so IMO stick to a max of 1600 dpi for gaming. The on the fly dpi switch does the job just fine for this purpose in case you want 3200 dpi for non-gaming use like I do.
Software: Extremely basic (just like this mouse) and not quite as good as the software for many other gaming mice out there.
Price: Like I said, I personally experienced better build quality from the more expensive silver version over the cheaper black version so I say the price is pretty meh as well.
So I say get this mouse only if you must have its shape. Beware of buying the black one and possibly beware of the red one.