Product on Review: ROCCAT KIRO
Manufacturer & Sponsor: ROCCAT
Street Price: US: $39.99, UK: £34.99
Ambidextrous mice are the common compromise for many a left-hander, but the KIRO offers much more than just the standard symmetrical shaped mouse. It is shipped with four side plates, 2x blanks, 2x with buttons, allowing the user to have the ideal left or right handed mouse. It also comes with the promise of 3D print support, allowing for endless customisation options.
Aside from the external shape, ROCCAT ensure that the KIRO is a fully equipped to be a competitive mouse. It features the Turbo Core V2 32-bit ARM-based MCU, allowing it to double up the native 2000DPI to a stable 4000DPI, on-board memory and the use of OMRON switches. So its fairly safe to say that for just £35/$40, the KIRO has a lot to offer.
Overview by ROCCAT
Meet the Kiro, the bigger brother of the Lua. With its highly modular, superdextrous build, the game has been changed for ambidextrous mice. Perfectly optimizable for both left- and right-handed gamers out of the box, it ticks all the boxes for gamers who thrive on a highly functional mouse with a clean, ergonomic design. With no-sweat parts comprised of a ROCCAT-pioneered soft-touch surface, the Kiro is the flexible ergonomic mouse that lets you win your way.