SteelSeries Kana Counterstrike Global Offensive Edition Review
6 November 2012
Summary: The latest Kana mouse from SteelSeries is CounterStrike: Global Offensive themed, offers CPI values from 400 to 3200, two extra programmable buttons on the sides and for the mouse to become fully configurable we need to access the free download of the SteelSeries Engine from their website.
Conclusion: Since for the past year or so I’ve been using the Sensei Pro Grade Gaming Mouse with my primary system and the Roccat Kone[+] with my secondary one (two quite more expensive units) i can't really avoid comparing them with the KANA Black. So the KANA Black is not as fast and not as accurate all together but it features a better grip than both and it does offer a nice balance between speed and accuracy (I was also glad to see that the primary buttons are quite hard to...
Excerpt: During one of my busiest days at CES I had a meeting to make, that I was very late for, with SteelSeries. As I got to the hotel I realized that I didn't even have a room number or a telephone number to make contact with them once I made it to the lobby. Out came the phone and I made a call to Chris and Cameron who sent off an email informing them that I was waiting in their lobby.
Conclusion: In conclusion, I like this mouse. It’s very well built, accurate, comfortable and comes with some nifty software. It sits perfectly between it’s bigger and smaller brothers, it’s even a rather nice piece of eye-candy. All of the problems I had with the Kana were down to personal preference in mouse setup and design and if you’re in the market for a good gaming mouse in this price bracket, you won’t be disappointed if you were choose this little beast as your new desk...
Pros: Accurate, Comfortable, Well designed and durable, Nice software
Cons: Only two DPI profiles active at a time, Some users may not like the side button layout
Steelseries Kana (and a little bit about the Kinzu Pro v 2) Review (PC)
Yet Another Review Site
6 July 2012
Excerpt: A Pro mouse with a sweet price tag Steelseries Kana (and a little bit about the Kinzu Pro v 2) The humble mouse. In this day and age where researchers are looking at replacing human interaction with computers with everything from motion to brainwaves, the humble mouse is still the preferred input device for PC games. They come in many shapes and sizes, some have lasers (Dr Evil voice), some use optical sensors. Today I come here to discuss the Steelseries Kana.
Excerpt: According to SteelSeries, the design ethos behind its Kana mouse is epitomised by its name. 'Kana' means a number of different things in different languages, from 'blood' in Azerbaijan to 'Demigod' in Hawaiian, via 'canary' in Swedish.
Excerpt: Taking a step up from the Kinzu the SteelSeries Kana is the middle-ground of SteelSeries gaming mice, representing the balance of price and features that will suit most gamers. Dubbed “The Middle Child” by SteelSeries themselves, the Kana is positioned in between the Sensei and Kinzu in both physical size and features.
Conclusion: Kommen wir zum Abschluss unseres kleinen Testes über die kleine Maus. Die Kana von Steelseries hat durchaus ihre Vorzüge. Das liegt an dem durchdachten Konzept der Maus mit der Unterstützung von beiden Bedienseiten, wie auch an der Erfahrung des Herstellers. Vorzüge, die nicht von der Hand zu weisen sind u.a ganz klar die Bedienbarkeit auch von Linkshändern, der Treiber, der gute Sensor und auch die Größe.
Excerpt: Cari lettori di XH oggi vi presenteremo il nuovo mouse SteelSeries Kana. Il Kana, come afferma la stessa SteelSeries, è stato pensato come un mouse che si posizionasse tra l’entry level Kinzu e il top di gamma Sensei. Per definire le caratteristiche del mouse la casa danese si è affidata non solo ai feedback dei vari giocatori professionisti, ma anche ai voti rilasciati dai vari utenti Facebook.
Pros: Design, Scroll, Sensore privo di bug e con basso lift-off, Software
Cons: Plastiche della scocca, Pochi step di regolazione CPI
Excerpt: Das Licht pulsiert, blaue, rote und gelbe Scheinwerfer tanzen durch die Nacht und sechs Steelseries-Nager flitzen über die Mauspads. Es ist der 31. August 2012 und gerade beginnt das heisseste „Dota 2“-Match aller Zeiten: Na`vi gegen Ehome. Die Ukraine gegen China und es geht um ein unglaubliches Preisgeld von einer 1 Million US-Dollar.