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Cheapest Roccat Kone Aimo Mouse Price in Hong Kong is HK$ 626.11

The Roccat Kone Aimo Mouse is now available in Hong Kong. The cheapest Roccat Kone Aimo Mouse price in Hong Kong is HK$ 626.11 from Amazon. Roccat Kone Aimo Mouse price details are updated November 2019.

Roccat Kone Aimo Mouse Price Guide

Price List by Country for Roccat Kone Aimo Mouse

Country International Price Price in HKD
Hong Kong HKD 626.11 HK$ 626.00
Malaysia MYR 332.96 HK$ 626.00
Philippines PHP 2,695.00 HK$ 416.00
Singapore SGD 173.42 HK$ 997.00

Roccat Kone Aimo Mouse Specs

Technical Details
Product Type Gaming Mouse
Motion Sensor Optical
Interface USB
Max Resolution 12000dpi
Design Right Handed Mouse
Power Supply Cable
Number of Keys 3
Weight 130g
Compatible OS
Windows 10 Yes
Mac OS X Yes
Android No
Windows XP Yes
Apple iOS No
Windows Vista Yes
Windows 8 Yes
Windows 7 Yes
Windows Yes
Linux Yes
Chrome OS Yes
Features
Energy Saving Mode No
Adjustable Resolution No

Reviews of Roccat Kone Aimo Mouse

techpowerup.com
Reviewed on 2018-05-09
10 customizable, high quality buttons, Excellent sensor performance, Great materials, Extremely good build quality, Highly customizable RGB lighting, Comfortable for palm grip with bigger hands
Heavy, Mousefeet could be better, The cable should be more flexible, Not really suited for small hands
CES 2018 was pretty much about the Living Light system called AIMO from ROCCAT's side. According to them, this system is intelligent, organic, and evolving, so it is safe to assume there is actual AI involved in this. They introduced three products that...
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madshrimps.be
Reviewed on 2018-05-09
At first we would like to thank ROCCAT for offering us a sample of the Kone AIMO Gaming Mouse for testing and reviewing.“ROCCAT designs the best gaming products in the world. We combine detail-loving German innovation with a genuine passion for...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2018-04-04
PixArt 3361 optical sensor, Excellent selection of assignable button actions and Easy-Shift for doubling them, Five DPI settings, Game-specific profiles
Expensive, No side grips, Heavy for fast gaming, Only five stored profiles, No separate X/Y axis controls, Configuration utility is hard to read, No lefty version
Roccat recently released the Roccat Leadr, a wireless version of its now-venerable Tyon mouse. Now, the veteran gaming-mouse maker has gone back to one of its most popular older, wired designs, the Kone, and updated it with several of the same features. T...
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overclock3d.net
Reviewed on 2018-01-04
The Roccat Kone has a bit of a reputation around the OC3D offices. It was one of the first products we reviewed from the Hamburg based company and it absolutely blew us away with a spectacular combination of build quality, design intelligence and features...
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Techreport.com
Reviewed on 2017-12-27
If you're reading this review, I don't have to tell you that gaming in general—and PC gaming in particular—is bigger than ever. Gaming peripherals come in all sorts of shapes, sizes, and now, colors. The emphasis on RGB LED lighting in the current wave of...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2017-12-05
PixArt 3361 optical sensor, Excellent selection of assignable button actions and Easy-Shift for doubling them, Five DPI settings, Game-specific profiles
Expensive, No side grips, Heavy for fast gaming, Only five stored profiles, No separate X/Y axis controls, Configuration utility is hard to read, No lefty version
Roccat recently released the Roccat Leadr, a wireless version of its now-venerable Tyon mouse. Now, the veteran gaming-mouse maker has gone back to one of its most popular older, wired designs, the Kone, and updated it with several of the same features. T...
Read more >
thestreamingblog.com
Reviewed on 2018-03-26
With its strikingly unique design and excellent feature set, the Kone AIMO from ROCCAT perfectly channels the tradition of its predecessor. The Kone was first released in the year 2007 and was known as the first product from ROCCAT – this sets a new and h...
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aphnetworks.com
Reviewed on 2018-11-23
Kids can say the darnedest things. As we saw a last week with Jonathan's Grade 6 kid, they can ask humorously ignorant questions or be brutally honest. Recently, I was reading through a book with a bunch of Grade 3 kids and it asked a question that read...
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