SteelSeries, a gaming gear manufacturer, has launched the 2012 gaming mouses SteelSeries KANA, SteelSeries Kinzu V2 and SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Pro.
The SteelSeries KANA accepted the design selected by 30,000 gamers across the world, which most reflected Korean gamers’ demands. The mouse is smaller by 3% than the SteelSeries Sensei.
The KANA mouse removes unnecessary features from the Sensei mouse to make it easy-to-use. It is equipped with a professional-level optical sensor. In addition, the mouse features a screen wheel and LED light on the bottom. Six buttons optimized for gaming are provided, with symmetric design for two-handed handling. The mouse sensor is capable of sensing up to 3,600 fps.
The SteelSeries Kinzu V2 and SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Pro adopt the same platform as the SteelSeries Sensei mouse. They are even smaller than the small SteelSeries XAI mouse specially customized for Asians.
In particular, the new SteelSeries models in two types can work with the SteelSeries engine, the combined SteelSeries mouse software. Thanks to this compatibility, users can alternate Kinzu/Sensei and KANA mouses through a single setting change into an individual profile.
Director Kim Young Ja of SteelSeries says, “KANA and Kinzu were produced in smaller sizes compared to the previous SteelSeries models. We ask for your continuous interest in the 2012 KANA and Kinzu V2 mouses, which have only the necessary functions.”