The Kone gaming mouse line from ROCCAT just got a whole lot better as the company announced that it will be releasing a new series, fully equipped with the latest Titan Optical Switch technology. Introducing the Kone Pro and Kone Pro Air!
Making it’s original debut release back in 2008, the Kone gaming mouse has become one of ROCCAT’s staple PC peripheral, especially in the Esport market place. Taking what they have learned over the last 13 years, ROCCAT is now readying themselves to release the next-generation of the Kone gaming mouse with a new beautiful design and latest in their technological offerings.
“The new Kone Pro series adds our latest groundbreaking features to this fan-favorite mouse design to deliver true competitive comfort. It is a marvel inside and out,” said René Korte, ROCCAT Founder and General Manager for PC peripherals at Turtle Beach. “ROCCAT’s origin story begins with the first Kone, so when we set out to redesign our most iconic mouse, we were excited to bring our latest advancements together in a new offering that surpasses what’s come before. This was no easy task. However, I can say with confidence that the new series is our best yet.”
Kone Pro and Kone Pro Air are described as striking the perfect balance between the Kone AIMO and the performance of the Kone Pure. They’re also extremely light, stacking up against other gaming mouse with just 66 grams and 75 grams respectively in weight. What’s more, the Kone Pro Air, a wireless variation of the Kone Pro, is equip with fast charging, only taking 10 minutes to full charge with the capacity of over 100 hours of gaming! Yeah, that’s a lot juice for how little time it takes to charge.
As of right now, both the Kone Pro and Kone Pro Air are available to pre-order, via roccocat.com. The Pro will retail for $79.99, where as the Pro Air is $129.99. They will officially release on May 16.
If you are curious about reading a bit more on the Titan optical Switch, you can read up on our Burst Pro review, which is also from ROCCAT. We describe the feeling as more responsive, and snappier than what’s found in a traditional mechanical mouse.