Gaming mice have remained more or less the same for quite a while. Well with the mouse we are taking a look at today we have at least two new features that I’ve never seen on a mouse before. They are a analog thumb paddle and a dorsal fin switch. Will these new features change the way we game? I guess we will have to see. The mouse in question is the ROCCAT Tyon and even without these innovations its pretty impressive featuring 12 programmable buttons, an 8200 DPI Pro Aim (R3) laser sensor, ROCCAT’s EasyShift[+] functionality, RGBA illumination and of course ROCCAT’s impressive driver software. Let’s get to gaming and see what this mouse can do!
Special thanks to ROCCAT for providing us with the Tyon Gaming Mouse to review.
– Pro-Aim Laser Sensor R3 with up to 8200dpi
– 1000Hz polling rate
– 1ms response time
– 30G acceleration
– 3,8m/s (150ips)
– 16-bit data channel
– 1-5mm Lift off distance
– Tracking & Distance Control Unit
– 72MHz Turbo Core V2 32-bit Arm based MCU
– 576kB onboard memory
– Zero angle snapping/prediction
– 1.8m braided USB cable
The Tyon comes in ROCCAT’s retail packaging, which is always very informative. The front lists some of the main features of the mouse and shows the mouse in action.
The front of the package actually opens up like a book. Here you can actually get a good look at the mouse and on the inside there is even more detailed information on the mouse.
The back of the package gives you a full overview of the mouse highlighting its many features and there is actually a feature list at the bottom as well.
Inside of the box all you are going to find the is Tyon mouse and a quick installation guide.
For a full unboxing & overview of the Tyon Gaming Mouse be sure to check out our video below.