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Old 29-11-10, 10:32 AM
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Roccat have stormed the market in recent times and now they return to upgrade the one that started it all, with the Kone [+]

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Old 29-11-10, 12:25 PM
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Very nice. I've heard good things about this mouse and it seems that early scroll wheel problems (it collapsing and falling in) have been resolved.

Looks nice too, could deffo see me using it. Can't say it's cheap though

Thanks for the review. I've been waiting for a VB review for a while, always makes for pleasurable reading
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Old 29-11-10, 03:54 PM
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I've had mine for 3 weeks now and i love it

The only issue is that it doesn't support my pinky (no biggie )

The driver and customisation is awesome.
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Old 29-11-10, 08:26 PM
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I've been eyeballing this mouse for awhile, it's in my top 3 choices to be sure.
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Old 16-04-11, 11:39 AM
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Just got this mouse over the Razer Mumba and Naga. Absolutely LOVE IT!
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Old 18-04-11, 06:43 PM
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This is the most problematic mouse I've ever owned.

There is a very small aperture on the bottom leading to two sensors. If you get any dust/fluff/eyelashes in here (and it does seem to suck them in) then the responsiveness goes to hell and the mouse becomes very jumpy at any resolution.

There is no easy way I can see to dismantle the mouse and give it a good clean. So I'm forever blowing into the bottom of the damn thing.

No, it isn't drivers. As soon as I remove the obstacle the mouse works fine. Just wish it didn't suck muck in, and be extremely difficult to clean.

And compared to some rig/desk shots I've seen on here I have a pretty clean environment.

I have a really old logitech mouse on my other PC, which on inspection also seems to have an eyelash stuck in it, but becasue the aperture is so much wider the sensor is not impacted.

I might well ebay this and get something else. It's a pain.

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Old 01-05-11, 07:29 AM
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Well I'm using a hardmat and I won't seem to get the problem of dust clogging up the sensor, but when I changed to my old soft mat there was a lot of twitching due to dust on the sensor. The cause of the all dust gathering appears to be the sticker around the sensor. Most mice tend to leave that area immediately around the aperture void of anything that can cause dust to stick.
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Old 27-05-11, 12:33 PM
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Hi lads, i have bad news, my roccat Kone + has died after 2 months of using :/ will try to contact sellers for exchange...
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Old 29-09-11, 08:08 AM
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Well i changed my mouse, and it broke again after 2 months of using LOL (this time left mouse click)
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Old 29-09-11, 10:50 AM
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Durability is definitely the Achilles heel of this mouse, but for me it's the scroll wheel that keeps dying.
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