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|Type de capteur de mouvement||Optique|
|Interface de l'appareil||USB|
|Résolution de mouvement personnalisable||Oui|
|Boutons de souris programmables||Oui|
|Brancher et utiliser||Oui|
|Couleur du produit|
|Facteur de forme||Main droite|
|Coloration de surface||Monotone|
|Longueur de câble||1.8 m|
|Résolution de fonctionnement||12000.0 dpi|
|Taux d'interrogation max||1000Hz/1ms|
|Type de boutons||Boutons pressés|
|Nombre de boutons||8|
|Nombre de roues||1|
|Type de défilement||Roue|
|Directions de défilement||Verticale|
|la taille||40.0 mm|
Kids can say the darnedest things. As we saw a last week with Jonathan's Grade 6 kid, they can ask humorously ignorant questions or be brutally honest. Recently, I was reading through a book with a bunch of Grade 3 kids and it asked a question that read, "Have you ever eaten a cookie that looked really good but tasted really bad?" One girl took barely two seconds to which she smiled and said, "Yep! It was from my mom." I was a bit more shocked that she would say it straight out while all the other kids burst into laughter. Trying to give the mom some credit, I asked her if this was the first time she had made cookies before and she shook her head to indicate otherwise. It turns out the real reason for this was because she forgot to put any sugar in the cookies, which would obviously affect the taste as well as its texture. To be fair, I think I too have had my share of good-looking and bad-tasting experiences with food, though more recently it has been the things coming out of my kitchen, haha. Similarly, I think we have seen products come through here that looked amazing to the eye but fell short of its full potential. That is not to say all of our good looking products are like this, but it does happen. Today, we have a new mouse on hand in the form of the ROCCAT Kone AIMO. Equipped with ROCCAT's "intelligent lighting system", I think this mouse looks great to the eyes. However, how does it perform in real life? Will it stand up in our performance testing or crumble like the aforementioned cookie? Let us find out the answers to these questions and more!
Kone AIMO I'm a huge fan of the Roccat gaming mouse range. I've been using the Kone, the Kone XTD, and for the last year or two, the Tyon. They're often slightly larger and broader than most mice, and better fit my somewhat larger than average hands; yay for me! With that in mind, I'm pretty excited to see their new Kone AIMO. It features a design that improves on the original, which was released over 10 years ago now. Improved ergonomics, their best sensor to date, and upgraded lighting and software. With that recipe, you can't go wrong. Specifications Now
The Roccat Kone Aimo mouse is one of the few products that looks far more impressive in your hands than in air-brushed marketing. What might normally seem an excessive use of RGB has been completely justified in the resulting beauty and, within that substantial shell, Roccat have fitted a rock-solid
The Kone Aimo comes in at an amazing price point and offers some of the best features and performance we have seen in a gaming mouse to date.
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