ROCCAT announces the Tyon gaming mouse

Gaming peripheral company ROCCAT has unveiled the Tyon customizable gaming mouse, providing an enhanced level of modifications for gamers to make.

Published Tue, Jun 3 2014 1:37 PM CDT   |   Updated Tue, Nov 3 2020 12:16 PM CST

Gaming peripheral company ROCCAT has unveiled the Tyon customizable PC gaming mouse, aimed at giving gamers a mouse that can be modified. The Tyon has 16 assignable buttons, 31 distinct functions, with an 82000 DPI laser sensor, and 32-bit processor with 576KB memory. Release information and pricing hasn't been released for the United States.

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The PC gaming industry is evolving and changing rapidly, and it's important for peripheral makers to try to keep up. The Tyon also has a 2-way analog stick and easy-shift on-the-fly button duplicator, so gamers can make adjustments while playing.

"Today's gaming experience demands that players adapt to the many dimensions of gameplay, whether on land, at sea, in air or space," said Rene Korte, ROCCAT founder and CEO. "Our designers and developers worked in close collaboration with gaming experts to craft, test, fine-tune, and ensure that the Tyon's abilities meet these challenges."

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