Roccat unveiled the new modular Kiro mouse, set for release later this month.
Roccat has announced another modular gaming-mouse in the form of Kiro, with an ambidextrous build that can further be customized for right-handed or left-handed users out of the box. Its clean, ergonomic design is fitted with parts coated in Roccat soft-touch no-sweat surface.
The mouse comes with four hot-swappale elements - for left and right side, including both buttons and blanks, which should allow you to customizer the layout rapidly.
As its built, Roccat has opted to use a Pro-Optic 2.0 gaming sensor with an effective DPI of 4000, and a 32-bit ARM-based MCU. OMRON switches and the 2D Titan wheel are introduced to complete the package. Of course, Kiro comes with a variety of active lighting effects and lighting patterns that can be configured in the new Swarm driver.
Kiro is slated for release later this month, on November 27th, with an MSRP of 49,99 Euro/USD.