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Kone AMIO


The Kone AMIO by Roccat uses an Optical sensor from Owl-Eye, specifically the PixArt 3361, providing a DPI/CPI range of 100 to 12000, 100dpi steps. This is combined with a ARM Cortex-M0 50MHz. This results in a tracking speed of 250ips , and a maximum acceleration of 50G . It uses a USB connection with a 1.8m braided cable cable. It weighs in at 130 g grams with the cable

Rival 600


The Rival 600 by Steelseries uses an Optical sensor, specifically the TrueMove 3, providing a DPI/CPI range of 100-12000, 100 CPI Increments. This is combined with a 32-bit ARM Processor. This results in a tracking speed of 350 IPS, and a maximum acceleration of 50G. It uses a USB connection with a 2m, Detachable, Soft Rubber cable. It weighs in at 128g grams with the cable and 96g without the cable, has Yes, 8 x 4g weights and is approximately 131 x 69 x 43 mm (LxWxH).
Kone AMIO Rival 600

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Kone AMIO


With a striking design and a stunning feature set, the Kone AIMO triumphantly channels the legacy of its predecessor. Released in 2007, the original Kone was born as the first ROCCAT® product, setting a new industry standard with its groundbreaking innovations. Pioneered using ROCCAT's signature know-how coupled with the input of almost 30,000 surveyed gamers and Kone-lovers, the Kone AIMO continues the ten years of rich tradition.

Rival 600


Developed with the three basic principles of revolutionary performance, unreal durability, and powerful flexibility, the Rival 600 delivers when the pros need it the most, in battle.