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Here we are at the Roccat Kova[+]. We already reviewed the original ambidextrous, a gaming mouse that made the bold statement of not coming with software, and yet still managed to win our hearts.
The original had user-customisable lighting that was manipulated through clever button presses, a thick tyre of a scroll wheel, as well as switching the mouse to left-handed mode and adjusting DPI. It was all rather neat, only leaving us wanting for some sort of indicator of what the current settings were.
So how does the Kova[+] differ from the Kova? Well, it brings the software back, and removes all the button fiddling, making it more like an ordinary gaming mouse.