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Very low price for a gaming mouse of this quality.
Configuration very simple to use.
On-the-fly profile toggle placed well.
Configurations stored on mouse.
Value for money.
Ability to hold three profiles.
Limited functionality for a gaming mouse.
Looks a little plain.
No side buttons.
No profile indicator.
It's on the small side in size.
By PC Mag on April 25, 2012
The SteelSeries Kinzu Optical Mouse delivers competitive gaming performance without the frills in a basic, ambidextrous design....
By XSReviews on June 15, 2010
The Kinzu is nothing remarkable as far as gaming mice goes but it does what it's supposed to. It may not catch your eye, but it's sensitivite and it's certainly very accurate. It's software is nice and simple, but it's a very dull...
By CNET Australia on June 10, 2010
While the Kinzu adds some gaming trappings to the typical mouse formula, it's not enough for the asking price. We'd recommend saving a bit more and going for a full-fledged...
By Benchmark Reviews on April 18, 2010
If there exists a mouse that does everything, but only mediocre at each, then its direct opposite would be the SteelSeries Kinzu. The Kinzu only does so much being a basic gaming mouse, but it performs very well in everything it does do. The...
By LanOC Reviews on March 30, 2010
Almost no adjust-ability in the software and no extra buttons make me wonder how Steel Series is marketing the Kinzu to the gaming crowd. Anyone who wasn’t looking for those features would most likely be looking at standard mice from both Logitech...
By Tech-Reviews UK on March 03, 2010
The SteelSeries Kinzu is, in its area, an excellent mouse. Any misgivings about it being optical can be ignored as it performs extremely well at various report rates, proving to be tactile and responsive.There are areas where it is lacking, such as...
By techPowerUp! on January 18, 2010
This mouse should definitely be on your short list if you are a FPS gamer looking for a budget mouse. Since this mouse has a wealthy resolution of up to 3200 DPI and excellent scaling downwards, it can both be the high and low sensitivity gamer's...
By HardwareHeaven on January 12, 2010
Overall the SteelSeries Kinzu is a good gaming mouse. It is very well designed, sharing a number of features with the high-end Xai gaming mouse. It shares a similar level of build quality with the Xai mouse which is quite fantastic for such a...
By Vortez on January 11, 2010
SteelSeries have turned back time by presenting us with a gaming mouse that endorses a simple design, by doing this you would think the performance of the mouse would be affected, but it hasn't. The visual design is simple, but the technology is...
By Tom's Guide on December 18, 2009
We tested nine mice to find out which one is the best for each type of gamer. Each mouse has been scored, but we come away with the opinion that each mouse was well-built, well-thought-out, and well-designed. The Razer Orochi, Razer Naga, and...
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