With lightweight gaming mice becoming more and more popular it was only time till we started seeing wireless versions. The problem with going wireless is the weight, you can basically have the same mouse as the wired version, but then you need to add the wireless receiver as well as a battery. We’ve seen lightweight wireless gaming mice from Razer and MSI already this year so it is no surprise that ROCCAT is getting into the game with their Kone Pro Air. This is the first ever wireless Kone mouse from ROCCAT and it features 19,000 DPI Owl-Eye sensor, Titan optical switches, 2.4 GHz & Bluetooth connectivity, and some pretty awesome RGB lighting, all at only 75g. Is this the wireless gaming mouse you need? Read on as we find out!
Special thanks to ROCCAT for providing us with the Kone Pro Air Wireless Gaming Mouse to review.
– ROCCAT® Titan Switch Optical
– 100 million click life cycle
– On-board memory
– 1.8m flexible cable
– ROCCAT® Owl-Eye 19K optical sensor (Based on PAW3370)
– Adjustable lift-off distance
– 50g acceleration
– Length: 125.6mm
– Height: 40mm
– Width: 72mm
– Weight: 75g
– Windows® 7, 8 and 10 (software support)
– USB 2.0 (or higher)
– Internet connection (for driver software)
The Kone Pro Air comes in ROCCAT’s typical retail packaging. On the front of the box we have a picture of the mouse itself and it lets us know it has a 19,000 DPI sensor, weighs 75g, uses ROCCAT’s Titan optical switch, and has their Stellar Wireless technology.
Flipping over to the back there is a side-view of the mouse and some of the main features are detailed.
Opening the box up and getting everything out we have the Kone Pro Air mouse, a USB-C to USB-A cable, wireless receiver, and a quick start guide. The included USB cable is ROCCAT’s PhantomFlex, which is a pretty lightweight cable. It can be used to charge the mouse or you can even use it to use the mouse as a wired mouse.