ROCCAT, Turtle Beach’s Hamburg, Germany-based PC accessories division today announced the highly anticipated Kain series PC gaming mice will be available at participating retailers across Europe and Asia tomorrow, Friday, September 27, 2019, and will be available in the U.S. via various channels during October. Born from the vision of creating the best “click” and aimed to deliver maximum precision performance, the Kain series mice feature ROCCAT’s innovative Titan Click mechanism making it one of the fastest and most responsive series of PC gaming mice available. Additionally, the Kain series delivers an exceptional shape, weight, and feel for the perfect grip and ergonomics. ROCCAT’s Kain 100 AIMO and the upgraded sensor variant (ROCCAT’s® Owl-Eye optical sensor with 16000 dpi sensitivity) Kain 120 AIMO are available for a MSRP of $49.99, and $69.99, respectively. The wireless Kain 200 AIMO offers PC gamers the cable-free version of its newest technology at a MSRP of $99.99. The sensor type for the Kain 200 shows as “To Be Announced” but I assume it will have a similar or identical sensor to the Kain 120.
“Our all-new Kain series mice offer PC gamers ROCCAT’s core values of precision and performance, wrapped in an elegant shell that feels great right from the first touch,” said René Korte, General Manager of PC Products at Turtle Beach. “And when used with our other AIMO-enabled products, it creates the perfect PC gaming desktop ecosystem with a unique lighting experience.”
Kain is ROCCAT’s latest new series of PC gaming mice designed to be the fastest and best-feeling mice on the market. PC gamers will have three models of the Kain mouse to choose from – both wired and wireless. The Kain 100 AIMO provides gamers with side grips for maximum control and 8500 DPIs. The Kain 120 AIMO features a unique hybrid performance coating which is durable, dirt resistant, grippy and feels great to touch. The variant also hosts the updated Owl-Eye sensor offering up to 16K DPIs. Additionally, the wireless Kain 200 AIMO will offer PC gamers the cable-free version of its newest technology, and all three versions of Kain are available in Ash Black and Arctic White.
If we are lucky enough to receive one of these for review, we’ll be sure to see how it stacks up against Pixart sensor-equipped mice from SteelSeries!