Roccat Kone XTD Customizable USB Gaming Mouse with Macro Keys, Side Buttons and Thumb Keys, Adjustable DPI and TDCU, and Ergonomic, Weight Adjustable Form for PC, Laptop - Black with LED Illumination
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- High accuracy laser sensor with adjustable dpi up to 8200 and a Tracking and Distance Control Unit (TDCU) for superior precision on any surface
- 32-bit turbo core V2 MCU processor offers lightning-fast computing speed and a lag-free mouse tracking experience
- Roccat EASY-SHIFT[+] button duplicator technology gives you all the scope you need for multiple functions and fully customisable macro keys
- Fully weight adjustable gaming mouse with an ergonomic design, offering unparalleled control and comfort in all gaming scenarios
- 8 programmable mechanical buttons, solid 4D Titan Wheel, and Roccat click master switch tech, powered by Omron
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The Roccat Kone XTD is a high specification USB gaming mouse for those who demand peak gaming performance. It boasts an 8200 dpi pro-aim (R3) laser sensor with a 1000Hz polling rate, which is purpose-built for optimal sensitivity and precision. The sensor even has adjustable dpi to ensure you’re equally prepared for frenetic League of Legends battles or delicate sniper shots in CS:GO. The in-built Tracking and Distance Control Unit (TDCU) calibrates to your mousepad, minimising pick-up flight to optimise the sensor’s performance. Furthermore, the raw power of the 32-bit turbo core V2 MCU processor will leave your opponents lagging in your wake.Intelligent Design
The Kone XTD is precision engineered to optimise every aspect of your PC or laptop gaming experience. Its ergonomic shape is perfectly suited to palm and claw grips, making this games mouse a comfortable and reliable partner for lengthy marathons. It features 8 programmable buttons, complete with thumb keys and side buttons, enhanced by the Omron-powered Roccat Click Master switch tech. Mechanical buttons have never been more precise, tactile, and hard-wearing. That’s not all—the 4D Titan Wheel more than stands up to the rigours of modern gaming, session after session, thanks to its robust axis shaft.Powerfully Versatile
By combining power and precision, the Roccat Kone XTD is the perfect ally whether you’re a keen MOBA player, an FPS fanatic, or need flexibility without compromise. Roccat’s innovative EASY-SHIFT[+] technology provides secondary programmable functions for each mouse button, allowing you to trigger even complex macro keys to give you an edge in a tight contest. What’s more, this gaming mouse comes with four 5-gram weights so you can tune the performance of your mouse to your exact requirements. It even has LED illumination, which is customisable for up to 33 discrete colours to fit your unique style.
1 x ROCCAT Kone XTD – Max Customization Gaming Mouse
From the manufacturer
To build the mighty Roccat Kone XTD - max customisation gaming mouse, Roccat scientists increased the already formidable capabilities of the Kone[+] - while keeping the design of the Kone[+] 100 per cent intact. The result? A gaming weapon - custom-built for the most battle-hardened fighters - that will thrill Kone[+] fans worldwide.
- 30G acceleration
- 1000 Hz polling rate
- Zero angle snapping
- 1.8 m braided USB cable
- Fully-adjustable 8200 dpi (R3) laser sensor
- Roccat Click Master switch tech powered by Omron
- Easy-Shift[+] button duplicator
- 32-bit 72 MHz Turbo Core V2 processor
- TDCU: Tracking and Distance Control Unit
- Roccat driver with macro manager
- Macro presets for games, multimedia and office apps
8200 DPI and TDCU
The fully-adjustable laser sensor offers superb tracking, transmitting even fast mouse movements with no lag - for precision that delivers optimal control.
Thanks to Easy-Shift[+], you can assign two functions or macros to each of the mouse buttons and the wheel - giving you a total of 22 features instead of the usual 12.
Four LED Light System
Four LEDs display a wide range of colours. You can change the colour of any LED independently, activate light effects and assign colour selections to game profiles.
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Top Customer Reviews
Roccat ROC-11-810 Kone XTD Max Customisation Gaming Mouse
I bought this mouse to replace the exact same one that had developed an issue after some juice was inadvertently spilt. My fault, bad me.
I love this mouse, hence buying another straight away without hesitation.
I am an avid PC gamer, mainly playing first person shooter type games, so the micros witches under the left and right finger buttons take a hammering.
The mouse is well packaged, and comes in a nice box with a quality look and presentation.
It is a solid feeling mouse, and is intended for right handed users. Therefore is not ambidextrous.
Fitted with top spec switches, the "clicks" are quiet by comparison to most other mice I have used.
You have the standard right and left finger buttons, two side buttons for the thumb (good positioning means I can reach them both without effort), a sturdy but nice feeling scroll wheel with micro switch for direct click down, and fitted with left and right micro switches for tilting left and right. It also has a button in front of the scroll wheel, and two behind it. All the buttons are able to be configured through the software. More on that later.
It is a laser mouse, with a max 8200DPi and is adjustable at 200DPi increments using the software and buttons as needed. You can also get an optical version with a max 6400DPi, but I like this one.
There is a supplied box of weights (4 x 5 Gram weights)to fit into a recessed compartment in the base, so can be weighted for the best feel to you.Read more ›
I also have the Logitech G9x (before that I had the logitech G9) - as gaming mice they did let me down but in everyday use I liked them both very much.
I also had 2 Roccat Kone (+) mice, the first one malfunctioned, got it changed, the second one gave up after 6 months. I got a full refund from Amazon (I love you guys :)) and went ahead and bought the XTD.
So, in form and looks this pretty much tallies up with the (+). The difference being DPI and an onboard chip on the XTD. The XTD also feels different from a textural point of view, softer, smoother. It also feels a little bit flatter, which I personally dont like, but it is very minimal.
All in all, this mouse is great. The software is fantastic (and that doesnt come easy). I dont use EasyShift much so I dont care about that as 8 buttons is enough to use imo. I do love the lighting but its a gimmick and no reason to buy a mouse.
I play on a 46 inch LED TV and having control on a large screen like that is a challenge. Not with the XTD (and (+)). They give you a feeling of control that is honestly second to none. This mouse is cheaper than a couple of others that I have mentioned and is more reliable and feels superior. I miss this mouse when I'm not at home and will rebuy if it breaks again. I cant see my main mouse changing anytime soon.
If you are thinking of buying it dont hesitate. you will not regret it - well worth the money!
I personally think this mouse looks rather pretty, which is completely subjective, of course. It is a fairly big mouse (more on that later), but it doesn’t look bulky. I rather like the LED-strips on the sides, but it might be too flashy for some people. Luckily it can be turned off, should you so desire. The Roccat logo looks good and is not too obtrusive.
This mouse uses an Avago ADNS-9800 laser sensor, like most high-end laser mice right now. The switches used are manufactured by Omron, which should be very durable. There are 9 buttons total: a left and right mouse button, two thumb buttons, two DPI buttons, a scroll wheel (with the option to scroll sideways) and another button above the scroll wheel, which is quite frankly impossible to reach. It also has a 1000hz polling rate, an adjustable lift-off distance, on-board memory (so you can use the mouse elsewhere without having to install the drivers) and of course the multicolour LED strips.
You have to download the drivers from the Roccat website, these are not included in the package. It is fairly lightweight, taking up 13MB of HDD space and 20MB of RAM. With it you can control the different sensitivities (DPI, scroll speed, double click speed etc.), button assignments, tracking control (which calibrates the sensor to suit your mouse pad), lift-off distance, polling rate, LEDs and – since the mouse doesn’t have a display to show the DPI setting you are currently using – the option to get sound feedback when you change the DPI and some other settings.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Worked great for 1 year and 1 month, now it randomly clicks left mouse opening loads of windows, decides to scroll windows and more - mouse is unusable now and I really loved this... Read morePublished 14 days ago by Michael
Truly an incredible mouse. I have 19cm by 10.5cm hands and it's a bit small for me. I can fully palm it. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Shriramhr
This thing rocks. It's nice and big for my big gangly hands, and weighty too when you use all the custom weights. 10/10.Published 27 days ago by Logham
As a full palm gripper the finalmouse ergo's shape and weight was perfect for me but the quality wasn't... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Matt Williamson
Jittery sensor and poor ergonomics. Annoying software. The only good thing is the scroll wheel.Published 2 months ago by D. Panchal
Worked well for first few days. Now it stutters all the time.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
This mouse has been the subject of some disagreement in my household. I'm not a gamer, so don't really get any benefit from the macro features or the versatility of the tilt wheel. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Seren Ade
Feels great, good programme software, goes to a high dpi, really good feeling mouse wheel, loads of led options, nice braided cable and has 4 X 5g weights but they can get stuck.Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Not as good as the previous version in my opinion. Is a bit bulkier than the old one, has a few more buttons as well but the thumb buttons are placed too far back for me. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Jeff