Roccat launches the new Kone XP Air mouse

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If you are looking for a new wireless mouse, Rockcat, the mark of Turtle Beach dedicated to PC peripherals, has launched the Kone XP Air.

This new peripheral is the wireless and bluetooth version of the kone XP and highlights both its great ergonomics and its customization capacity since it has a good number of buttons and 29 assignable functions. It comes with a charging base that, like the mouse, incorporates the AIMO organic lighting system that offers extensive color customization with a 3D effect.

On a technical level, the Kone XP Air It has a 19,000 DPI Owl-Eye optical sensor, Bluetooth connectivity, Stellar Wireless 2.4GHz technology, a 4D wheel and its buttons have the Titan Optical Switches, typical of roccat and that offer a great response speed as well as a durability of more than 100 million clicks. All this in a PTFE (Teflon) base with heat treatment and a very low weight of 99 grams.

The base of the mouse offers great performance since in just 10 minutes it will offer us five hours of autonomy. With a full charge we can have about 100 hours of Kone XP Air without cables, although if we are clueless it also incorporates the option of wiring it via USB-C (cable included).

If you want to get your hands on the new peripheral of roccatit can be yours for €169.99 choosing between two options, black or white.

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