Summary: I have had the ROCCAT Kova+ in my possession now for something close to two weeks. The first few days didn't take too much getting used to, as did other higher DPI mice I have bought in the past. My hands were pretty much ready for that already.
Conclusion: The Roccat Kova[+] is a great light-weight mouse packed full of functionality. In terms of comfort and tactile feedback, it may not be the best in the price range, but it certainly holds up its end of the bargain in terms of performance.
Cons: Configurations takes over 40 seconds to apply, Unable to customize weight, Hard to clean dust off and keeps finger smudges, Auxiliary buttons are not shaped ideally and offers too much resistance for critical macros
Conclusion: This is a new and improved Roccat Kova+ Gaming mouse, I think they have managed to improve the mouse with the few bits that it might have been lacking in the past. The mouse works very well in both gaming and in normal daily usage, I find it to be quick and a hint more responsive than the older...
Summary: The software for this mouse is what truly sets it apart from most other mice and where this unit really shines (aside from all the LEDs!). Upon the first plug in on a Windows 7 Ultimate x64 install you will be prompted to install a driver.
Conclusion: The Roccat Kova is a serviceable mouse that doesn’t stand out or fall flat in any particular category, and that alone would make it a decent option at $50. But the addition of extra buttons on either side of the primary left and right buttons, which are both functional and easy to use, raises its...
Conclusion: Another thing I don’t like are the 2 rubber patches on the side, they’re used for thumb grip instead of trying to grip plastic, but they feel horrible after an hour or so of playing, when your hand starts to get a bit sweaty; it feels really wet and gets very slippery.
Conclusion: This is a great mouse, it fits my hand perfect and the it doesn’t weigh anything which makes it very comfortable to game with. It works for most users since it is for left and right handed consumers.
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Excerpt: The Original Kova has been around for about a year and a half and was quite startling when it was first released. The combination of a great sensor, ambidextrous usability and driver-free customisation were a unique combination.