My initial thought after unboxing the ROCCAT Tyon gaming mouse was, “what am I going to do with all of these buttons?”
It seemed a little daunting but also excessive. I was coming from a gaming mouse that I’d been using for the past 4 years. It was starting to look really ruff; the plastic around the mouse had begun to peel off, the middle scroll wheel was struggling to spin, and one of the side buttons sometimes wouldn’t click in. Even though its age was getting on the mouse still performed in the games that I needed it to. And as I’ve mentioned in previous articles I had tried to replace the mouse, but I wasn’t happy with the devices I picked up and ended up using them elsewhere.
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