You know, I could have sworn that I just reviewed a gaming mouse from Roccat, and I was right, it was the Kone XP Gaming Mouse. Today, it is going to be the Burst Pro Air.
This particular mouse is made to be wireless, and I liked how I was able to just plug the dongle in and get it working in just seconds. I am told that this is “gaming grade” 2.4 GHz and has Bluetooth 5.2 dual connectivity. I am assuming that means it is very seamless in how the cursor glides across the screen, because that is what I have now.
I am also told that the Burst Pro Air can hold 100 hours on a single charge, with 5 full hours attainable on just a 10 minute charge. Now, it is very great as it has some cool modes for colored lights, all attainable with a click at the bottom of the mouse. This might be one of those where it is impossible to tell just how many combinations of lights.
Part of the efficiency of the Burst Pro Air could come from its lightweight 81 gram weight. It also has Roccat’s Owl-Eye Optical Sensor that features “19K DPI and 400 IPS tracking speed with incredible power efficiency”.
If this Roccat Burst Pro Air sounds good for you, head on over to the Roccat website and lay down $99.99 for it.