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SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Specs

SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Specs

Release Date in Singapore
ModelKinzu v2
DateAug 2011
Input device
Device interfaceUSB
Buttons quantity4
Scroll typeWheel
Movement detection technologyOptical
Movement resolution3200 DPI
Recommended usagePC
Number of scroll wheels1
Colour of productSilver

SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Expert Reviews
Reviewed on 2015-12-07
SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Review. We've worked with the SteelSeries sensei & Sensei Raw over the last few months, it was time to purchase a new mouse for our desktop. I guess SteelSeries had left a distinctive mark on us. When we shopped around we found oursel...
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Reviewed on 2014-10-11
Ambidextrous gunplayThe world of gaming mice is filled with bright multicoloured LED's, crazily higher and higher DPI's and more side buttons than a keyboard but SteelSeries are going back to basics.Today we will be looking at the SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Gam...
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Reviewed on 2014-07-03
Build Quality (OMRON Switches), Excellent Grip (Small Hands), Very Accurate, Double Braided Cord, Available Colors (Black, Red, Silver), Ambidextrous, Price (For Some)No Side Buttons, Primary Buttons Too Soft, No Illumination, MidEnd 3600FPS/3200CPI Optical Sensor
There's nothing better for enthusiasts and gamers than to finally play a game you've been waiting for years to get released in front of a large screen coupled with a high-end system and a good gaming mouse (providing the game is not filled with bugs). Now...
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Reviewed on 2012-06-15
Steelseries is certainly no stranger to any gamer. A Danish manufacturer of a wide variety of peripherals and accessories, they have traditionally partnered with a number of big names in the industry, such as Blizzard, Valve, Ubisoft, EA and NCsoft,...
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Reviewed on 2012-05-27
Reliable and precise optical sensor, Good overall build quality, Ambidextrous design, Ideal for FPSShort on features and accessories, May be too small and light for some, Sharp edge, A little too expensive
£32.99 inc. VAT (at time of review)Steelseries have moved on considerably from their humble roots, but their ethos has always remained highly customer-centric. Now with a wide range of peripherals to support all skill levels of gamer, their name is al...
Reviewed on 2012-04-03
Ambidextrous design, High performance sensor, Smooth glide, Attractive finish,Gloss paint finish, No foward and back buttons, KitGuru: A good mouse but the Kana offers better value for money, Rating: 7.5, Pages: 1 2 3 4 5, Share, Facebook, Twitter, Google +, Stumbleupon, LinkedIn, Pinterest, Tags black edition kana kinzu kinzu v2 r...
We recently looked at the latest addition to SteelSeries range of gaming mice, the Kana, which is designed to bridge the gap between the Sensei and Kinzu. We were very impressed with what it has to offer for the money even though the aesthetic desi...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-16
The sensor handles speeds of over 5 mps!, Low price, Leftand righthanded, Looks good, especially the black one, Double braided cord, Very low CPU usage, despite the 1000 HzA bit too lightweight: 68 g, The LED sensor prefers to be used on a mouse pad, No side buttons, Noisy & notched scroll wheel; some Logitech wheels come with a choice of notched or smooth, Wide glides (although they're removable, as opposed to the Nova X 600)...
The more-expensive Xai offers a laser sensor, which is more practical in that you don't need a mouse pad, but it can't handle speeds as high as the v2 Pro (only about half as high). The Xai's sensor only picks up a max. of 3200 DPI compared to the v2 P...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-12
As time has moved on in the technological world there has become a bit of a split between what people want something to do. Through the 80s and 90s, and to some degree the early part of this century, we all wanted more bells and whistles, more features...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-11
3600fps optical tracker is brillant; simple and classy looks; nice software; ambidextrous,Players with long fingers or large palms might have problem using the mouse; expensive for entrylevel features; no thumb buttons.
Simplicity is actually quite nice. But technology and gadgets is where you most certainly not apply it to. Gaming hardware? You might want to dare. But no. The snazzier the hardware looks, the more easily our hands move to our wallets and pull out the ...
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Reviewed on 2012-03-05
Design: The Kinzu v2 is a very sleek mouse. Its glossy top exterior makes it stand out amongst most designs. it's ambidextrous design is a good fit for lefties and righties. Its lightweight makes you feel like you are holding nothing in your hand. Mouse b...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-29
I am pretty positive that during my discussion with SteelSeries at CES I actually had this mouse in my hands as most of the "wow's" and "where the rest of the mouse" comments derived. Now, I am a guy that I think has larger hands, and I have been t...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-22
Price, Great tracking, Great clicking switches, On the fly CPI settingsSlick coating, No steelseries sticker, Software did not work properly,
Steelseries has been kind enough to send us more products for testing. On my porch I found a box containing the brand spanking new Kinzu v2 Pro edition mouse. This is a big turn in direction from the Sensei that I loved. There is no ARM processor built in...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-15
Light and simple. A new price befitting its entry-level natureSteelSeries Engine needs a polish
SteelSeries' Kinzu v2, is unsurprisingly similar to its , a mouse that we found decent, but too expensive for what it offered. The v2 comes along with an upgraded sensor and microcontroller, ostensibly for better performance — but it also comes with a ...
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Reviewed on 2012-02-14
Tracking performance is excellent, Four buttons close together ensure that focus is firmly on the game, EasytousesoftwareLow profile and slim design won't be for everyone, Lack of a thumb button, Still pricey for entrylevel mouse
The SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Pro Edition isn't anywhere near as extravagant as its name suggests, but the catchy "no thrills, just kills" tag-line from its official product page tells you all you really need to know about the Danish manufacturer's latest g...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-30
UnknownIt’s pretty clear that top end gaming mice are little more than exercises in willy waving and self indulgence. We’d argue that you’d have to be some kind of seven finger uber ninja to take advantage of even half of the features on offer on...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-26
Cheap, Comfortable, Two CPI settingsNot the best gaming mouse out there
Out of the gaming mouse triumvirate of the SteelSeries Sensei , Kana and the Kinzu, it is the latter that is designed to be the smallest. The SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Pro Edition loses the two extra buttons on each side that the Katu and the Sensei enjoy. But...
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Reviewed on 2012-01-26
Cheap, Comfortable, Two CPI settingsNot the best gaming mouse out there
Out of the gaming mouse triumvirate of the SteelSeries Sensei, Kana and the Kinzu, it is the latter that is designed to be the smallest.The SteelSeries Kinzu V2 Pro Edition loses the two extra buttons on each side that the Katu and the Sensei enjoy. But i...
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Reviewed on 2006-01-01
Can it match or exceed our opinions on the G700? Let's find out.
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