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    Default Roccat Kone+ review

    6000 DPI

    Today I have something quite exciting to take a look at. Back in the summer of 2007 ROCCAT announced the arrival of their first gaming mouse, the Kone. Since it's appearance it has caught the attention of many, winning multiple-awards and being an overwhelming success. ROCCAT have carefully gone away and devised plans on how they can improve on such a successful product. Let's face it, that can't be an easy thing to do. But today we have the out workings of those audacious plans in the all new Kone[+].
    http://www.vortez.co.uk/contenttelle..._review,1.html


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    I can't even use 5000 DPI. 6000 is just for marketing bragging rights.

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