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Roccat to Unveil Groundbreaking Gear at Computex 2012
Roccat will launch a lineup of new products at the Computex 2012 in Taipei this June 5.
Boasting an 8200dpi Pro Aim R3 laser sensor, the Roccat Kone XTD laser gaming mouse, the incarnation of the Roccat Kone[+], is packed with the latest gaming mechanics. The Roccat Lua Tri-Button gaming mouse features a fully-adjustable 2000dpi Pro Optic sensor in an ambidextrous V-shape body.
Also announced is Roccat's first beta version of the Power-Grid app, which will be showcased at the Computex. In short, the app enables PC gamers to control their games and PCs via their smartphone.
The Roccat Kone XTD and Roccat Lua are expected to retail worldwide in early Oct and Aug 2012 respectively.
Read on for the full press release.
Hamburg – ROCCAT Studios is set to roll out an impressive line-up of new products at Computex 2012 in Taipei on June 5. High on the list is the ROCCAT Kone XTD – Max Customization Gaming Mouse – the new incarnation of the legendary ROCCAT Kone[+]. Equipped with the latest technological gaming innovations and an 8200 DPI Pro Aim R3 laser sensor -- as well as with the full power of ROCCAT software – the Kone XTD is expected to surpass its famous predecessor and claim supremacy in the field of laser gaming mice. The “Next Gen” Kone is expected to hit shelves internationally early October 2012.
ROCCAT will also debut its ROCCAT Lua – Tri-Button Gaming Mouse at Computex. Packing a fully-adjustable 2000 DPI Pro Optic sensor in a sleek, ambidextrous V-shape, the Lua delivers straightforward control, comfort and style for both left- and right-handed gamers. The Lua will be in shops around the globe August 2012.
And finally, in what is surely thrilling news to many, ROCCAT has announced that the first beta version of the much-anticipated ROCCAT Power-Grid app will be available for hands-on use at Computex. Power-Grid – which allows PC gamers to control their games and computer with their smartphone – sent a seismic jolt through the gaming world when first announced – and the buzz continues.