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Tracking performance is excellent.
Four buttons close together ensure that focus is firmly on the game.
Easy to use software.
Players with long fingers or large palms might have problem using the mouse.
Expensive for entry level features.
No thumb buttons.
By XSReviews on June 15, 2012
The Steelseries Kinzu is a strong offering in the budget level gaming mice. Simple and unadorned, it still provides an excellent gaming experience, with a low-profile, comfortable body that causes no discomfort during long gaming sessions. The lack...-
By Vortez on May 27, 2012
This isnt the first Steelseries product weve reviewed here at Vortez, and I certainly hope not the last, as if I can say one thing thats common to all, its that the design ethos remains true throughout their product range and...-
By Kitguru.net on April 03, 2012
We recently looked at the latest addition to SteelSeries range of gaming mice, the Kana, which is designed to bridge the gap between the Sensei and Kinzu. We were very impressed with what it has to offer for the money even though the aesthetic...75
By DigitalVersus on March 16, 2012
Used with a good pad, this mouse gives great gaming performances. Too bad it's so lightweight and doesn't have side buttons....60
By Overclock3D on March 12, 2012
Last year we ended up with two mice that we really took a shine to. At the very high-end we had the SteelSeries Sensei, which these two ape in design if not features, and at the bargain end of the scale was the CM Storm Xornet which was, just like the...80
By Tbreak.com on March 11, 2012
The Steelseries Kinzu V2 Pro Edition is indeed about “no frills, more kills”. It dumps everything conventional about a gaming mouse and heads straight for the most simplistic look and rudimentary features. It’s not exactly...60
By TweakTown on February 29, 2012
You know, I really like these ambidextrous mice! It makes games all sorts of messed up as I try to maneuver and attempt to shoot at things as I aim left handed. For a right hander, I find most mice to just feel funny in my left hand, but with the...91
By CNET Australia on February 15, 2012
Like the classic Microsoft Intellimouse, if you're on a budget the Kinzu v2 is a great...80
By HEXUS.net on February 14, 2012
The SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Pro Edition isn't anywhere near as extravagant as its name suggests, but the catchy "no thrills, just kills" tag-line from its official product page tells you all you really need to know about the Danish manufacturer's...70
By Bit-tech.net on January 30, 2012
UnknownIt’s pretty clear that top end gaming mice are little more than exercises in willy waving and self indulgence. We’d argue that you’d have to be some kind of seven finger uber ninja to take advantage of even half of the features...70