After a wired Burst Pro, Roccat has just unveiled the Burst Pro Air which takes up the main lines, but comes in a wireless version. If the symmetrical ergonomics remain the same, the design has been slightly redesigned with the presence of three customizable RGB zones, compared to only one before. There is also a honeycomb shell format which saves a few grams: the Burst Pro Air, with its 81 g, is therefore comfortable, but we cannot classify it in the ultralight category for all that. It is also IP54 certified and is therefore splashproof and dustproof.
Despite its symmetry, however, the mouse is not ambidextrous since the secondary buttons are only located on the left side. We will find on the top a notched wheel and a sensitivity adjustment button which can go up to 19,000 DPI, and two main buttons adorned with optical switches which should give it foolproof speed, even if this is difficult quantifiable in fact. To connect this model, we will have two options: with Bluetooth 5.2 or with a 2.4 GHz receiver to ensure minimum latency. Autonomy is announced at 100 hours and the manufacturer provides 5 hours of use with a recharge of barely 10 minutes.
On the sensor side, we should also benefit from flawless precision, since the mouse is equipped with Roccat’s Owl-Eye, an in-house sensor based on the PixArt PAW3370, one of the most efficient at the moment. Finally, the Pro Air is Nvidia Reflex compatible for even lower latency when using a G-Sync monitor.
This high-end model can already be pre-ordered on the Roccat website in white or black, but will only be available on April 26 at a price of €99.99.