German gaming peripheral manufacturer Roccat has a new mouse out. Its name is Kiro, and it'll serve both right-handed and southpaw users equally well.
The Kiro is not only ambidextrous, it's "superdextrous," according to Roccat. We assume that exciting term alludes to the mouse's four included interchangeable side grips. By switching out the grips, gamers can change the mouse's shape and handedness as they see fit. Roccat also promises to release 3D schematics for these parts so that users can roll (well, melt) their own.
Omron switches and a Pro-Optic R2 sensor are the functionality to the Kiro's form. This sensor has sensitivity of up to 4,000 DPI and can deal with 20 gs of acceleration and 1.5 m/s of movement speed. The Roccat logo on the mouse's back is RGB LED-backlit, allowing for customizable colors and lighting effects.
The Kiro measures 2.6" x 1.5" x 4.7" (6.7 x 3.8 x 12 cm), and weighs in at 3.5" (100 g). Roccat says you can get it on November 27.
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