ROCCAT Burst Pro Air Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅25-05-22
Closer Look
ROCCAT’s new wireless mouse measures in at 120mm in length, 58mm wide and 38mm tall, with a fairly everyday-looking exterior, but everything isn’t quite as it would seem.

The left side of the mouse is textured to help aid grip with a couple of large thumb buttons. From this angle, you can get a good idea of the shape of the mouse.

The right side mirrors the left in terms of shape, but it’s lacking the two buttons, so despite ROCCAT’s advertisements of the Burst Pro Air being symmetrical, it’s not quite.

The front of the mouse houses a large rubberised scroll wheel with RGB lighting on the edges, a DPI button just behind it for toggling between DPI presets and two broad buttons for the right and left click. Just under those large buttons are ROCCAT’s optical switches, which offer faster actuation, no debounce time and extended lifespan.

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