Well, ROCCAT is sticking with the gameplan with its newest gaming mouse, the Tyon.
The ROCCAT Tyon boasts an astonishing 16 buttons. All sixteen buttons are fully programmable, giving end users the ability to assign 31 different functions, therefore endowing the Tyon with near-limitless customizability. What makes this possible is the company’s Easy-Shift[+] Button.
But there’s more to the Tyon than just the integration of its Easy-Shift[+] Button. There is also the X-Celerator thumb paddle which sits under the user’s right thumb. The Dorsal Fin button, fitted behind the scrollwheel, adds yet another control option for the end-user. Four additional buttons sit in front of the left- and right-click buttons as well. All of these buttons, unique to the Tyon, should give users maximum control over their gaming experience.
Aside from the impressive control options on the Tyon, there is also some ROCCAT bling to boast about as well. The Tyon has more lighting effects than most modified Japanese custom cars I’ve seen. With 16.8 million color options available, users can truly make their Tyon look as distinctive as they want to.
The Tyon will come with 576kB of onboard memory as well as an 8200 DPI-Pro-Aim laser sensor. These augment and work with a 32-Bit processor.
ROCCAT has not disclosed a release date or an MSRP for its new Tyon. It did say, though, that its newest gaming mouse will come in both black and white versions.