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Plug And Play.
4 LEDs With 5 Different Colors.
Soft Touch Rubber Coating.
Configurations takes over 40 seconds to apply.
Unable to customize weight.
Hard to clean dust off and keeps finger smudges.
Same Sensor Speed As The Original.
Plain USB Cable And USB Connector.
Auxiliary buttons are not shaped ideally and offers too much resistance for critical macros.
By Overclockers Club on December 12, 2011
I really liked this mouse. I will be using it over my favorite DeathAdder for a while and plan on it being my main mouse until I find something better. I truly enjoy it despite some features that usually would turn me away from it. I don’t like...
By TweakTown on December 06, 2011
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....
By Benchmark Reviews on November 29, 2011
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. While...
By CNET Australia on October 07, 2011
The Kova was fantastic, and the Kova[+] now adds Roccat's great software into the mix. We'd recommend this one for...
By Bit-tech.net on October 02, 2011
Unknown The Roccat Kova+ is the latest version of the company’s ambidextrous , which we saw back in 2009. It had a comfortable shape, and it glided smoothly, but its lack of customisation options meant that it lost out to its more flexible...
By Expert Reviews on July 04, 2011
A high-spec gaming mouse at a reasonable price...
By Ocaholic on June 24, 2011
With the Kova[+] Roccat proves that even a good product can become better. The German based manufacturer of gaming peripherals was therefore able to convice us that the Kova[+] really is a good product. For example the feature that one can program...
By Yet Another Review Site on May 13, 2011
Finally, I have been able to get my hands on a ROCCAT mouse. I have heard about them and seen pictures of them and been told many wonderful things about them by friends in the gaming world. However, until now I have never managed to get my hands on...
By Real World Labs on April 21, 2011
Having already tested the original Kova i can certainly say that the Kova+ is a worthy successor not only because Roccat gave it the EasyShift+ feature which allows you to assign two functions on the buttons or because they used a rubber...
By Overclock3D on April 14, 2011
So how does the upgraded Kova Plus fair?It's a whole boat-load better than the already good Kova, with just a couple of niggles.Let's get the bad out of the way first. Despite software light control there are actually only five useful colours...
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