[CES 2012] I am starting to suspect that SteelSeries wants to cater to the entire gamer spectrum – ranging from casual ones to those who are serious enough to making a career out of it. The SteelSeries Kinzu v2 and Kinzu v2 Pro Edition mice confirms my suspicions, as these gaming mice target those who are minimalist in nature. How so, you ask? For starters, the SteelSeries Kinzu v2 Pro Edition comes with tournament-grade Omron button switches that are reliable, delivering quality performance and feedback, without looking too ostentatious. This ambidextrous mouse has a 4-button layout, and boasts a tournament grade optical sensor operating at 3600FPs. Apart from that, it can support movement speeds at 65 Inches Per Second, while teflon feet lets it work flawlessly on most surfaces. You can choose from Glossy Black, Metallic Silver and Red colors for $44.99/€44.99 a pop.
As for the SteelSeries Kinzu v2, this minimalist version has all the features of the Kinzu v2 Pro Edition, but you pay $5/€5 less in comparison because of the lack of tournament-grade Omron button switches. Rubberized Black, White, Orange, and Yellow and the color options from which you can choose from.
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