Hanging onto your hats for an irresistible, powerful peripheral for those immersive gaming titles? Or simply want to straighten out those thumping background track beats for an unprecedented journey? If so, then here’s something to perk you up. Well to cut the frills, Roccat has just removed the sheath of its latest ‘king’ of optical gaming mouse by the name of Savu.
Designed aesthetically with boldness stretched across the sharp edges, the tough contender beautifully conjugates astounding performance with massively customizable features. The compact yet ultra rugged gaming mouse comes equipped with its unique Easy-Shift (+) technology for advanced button configuration.
Touted to establish a pinnacle of optical gaming mice, Savu literally enhances your experience through a true 4000 DPI optical sensor and R3 sensor. By taking advantage of which, it can seamlessly render lag-free gaming without any interpolation. The mighty looking peripheral also takes care of users’ need for ultra-precise feedback during the fastest movements.
In fact, there’s a customizable lighting system as well that provides up to 16.8 million colors. So whether gamers want to latch onto the real, immersive feel or want their commander to pulse in a choice of color, the embedded color cycling feature will let users do so. What’s more, the stylish mouse brings forth complete control with the highest precision and stands truly distinguished for the advanced Roccat Achievements Display or R.A.D.
To provide a gist, the handy and fun application basically leverages one’s journey by systematically tracking and rewarding an extensive range of gaming feats. Doesn’t that sound more like a device meant for the different world? Well nevertheless, the performance-oriented Pro Optic Sensor, no-sweat side grips, customizable lighting system and robust build undoubtedly promise to complete a true gamer’s journey.
The new Roccat ‘King’ Savu can be picked now from the company’s official website and other retailers worldwide. The game-changer however will be making you fork out $59.99 – which sounds pretty fair to us.