Many lightweight gaming mice owe their feather design to a bunch of holes that cut into the carcass. Roccat’s Burst Pro is no exception, though it digs into the semi-translucent roof aspect that prevents the holes from being fully exposed. I also like the current sale price: you can buy the Burst Pro on Amazon for $ 44.99.
This usually costs $ 59.95, so you save 25% off the list price. It's not a life-changing discount, but it makes the Burst Pro one of the most affordable gaming mice on the market.
The Burst Pro weighs 68 grams. This is only 2 grams more than the SteelSeries Aerox 3 Wireless, our best choice for the the best lightweight gaming mouse, which now costs more than double. The Burst Pro is also comparable in weight to some of our best options, such as the Mountain Makalu 67 (67 grams), the Razer Viper 8KHz (71 grams) and the Glorious Model O (67 grams).
Powered by this rodent is Roccat's Owl-Eye optical sensor with a tracking speed of 16,000 DPI, 400 IPS and 50G acceleration. It also features eight programmable buttons (including three scroll wheel functions), heat-treated PTFE feet for smoother sliding, and RGB lighting.
We haven't reviewed this model, but our friends at Tom & # 39; s Hardware did. Although there are some shortcomings, they finally concluded that "the Burst Pro does a lot of good things."