Steelseries Kinzu

Mice, Peripherals

Steelseries Kinzu

The Kinzu is a pretty bland looking mouse. It’s got a matt black, textured surface with slighly glossier black plastic along the sides. It’s not very big and is a pretty lightweight design.


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The rear has a Steelseries logo sitting near the base.


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Button wise the left and right ones are implemented nicely. They fit into the main frame of the mouse which looks seamless and professional. The central wheel is a bright white which contrasts nicely with the mouse; but I bet that will get horribly dirty over time. Behind this is the DPI switch key which allows for the alternation of two sensitivities specified by the software.


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The Kinzu’s underbelly has the optical sensor located dead centre with an indented Steelseries logo just "beneath" it.


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At the front and rear are the usual smooth plastic pads to keep the Kinzu gliding easily across your chosen mousing surface.


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The cable is braided which gives it a bit more of a classy feeling than the usual plastic coating.


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No gold leafing on the USB header on this budget mouse; just typical nickel.


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Last modified: May 11, 2014

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