Summary: Roccat Kova+ WARNING: I Returned this mouse because mine would not draw a straight line in paint. Loved it until then. The Mouse: 1) The mouse is smaller than my standard Logitech 5 button, by one size, and feels three sizes smaller in my huge hand -- this is not good to me. 2) Hookup was a simple USB plug insertion, recognition was instant. Drivers were not required but added optional features, installed without any concern on my i3 winXPro.
Summary: This mouse has good features but for £20 pound it is horrible the feel of the mouse is not good. when i am playing Counter Strike Global offensive and my mouse lags across the screen. if you have large hands as me and you're a claw gamer like me it is really uncomfortable so i recommend getting a razer deathadder i have one and it is more amazing but if you're left handed make sure you get the left handed model.
Summary: I was pleased with this mouse when I initially started using it, but after less than a year of evening and weekend use it continually leaks glue around the side panels. This would be bad enough on its own, but it means that any stray dust sticks to the mouse - it even tends to clog up around the recess for the laser. The feet are starting to come off too. It really is a shame. I won't be buying another Roccat mouse.
Summary: I hate this as a gaming mouse, for one thing the to change the DPI (or mouse speed in laymans terms) you have to press the bottom side left and side right buttons at the same time, the theory is that it's easier to do this directly through the mouse instead of through software, the reality is that when you're in an action filled fps you due to the buttons positions you find yourself accidentally pressing both these buttons at the same time, resulting in suddenly having...