Roccat Kone XP vs Roccat Kone Pro: Gaming Mouse Comparision

ROCCAT Kone XP vs Roccat Kone Pro

Along with Razer’s DeathAdder family, Roccat’s Kone mice are probably the most well-known right-handed ergonomic gaming mice ever. Most recently, the family with the small Kone Pure Ultra and the light Kone Pro and Kone Pro Air grew for shooter players.

The Roccat Kone XP is a versatile gaming mouse, able to adapt to all situations thanks to its 15 commands. We appreciate its comfortable design, reactive buttons, irreproachable sensor, and RGB effects that are out of the ordinary.

See detailed review: Roccat Kone XP

Roccat has changed a lot of things! Goodbye, ubiquitous RGB, and hello to a mouse with the simplest design. Indeed, the Roccat Kone Pro is designed for aesthetics but does not offer RGB effects galore on all corners or unnecessary buttons. It only offers two clicks, a scroll wheel, and two configurable buttons on the left edge of the mouse.

See detailed review: Roccat Kone Pro

Roccat Kone XPRoccat Kone Pro
Comfortable and lightweightSleek, lightweight design
Excellent performanceUnique scroll wheel, RGB look
4D scrolling wheelLow click latency
Gorgeous RGB lightingButtons are highly programmable
No Mac softwareNo wireless connectivity
No wireless optionNo dedicated DPI button


Roccat Kone XPRoccat Kone Pro
ModelKone XPKone Pro
Dimensions126 × 72 × 40 mm126 × 76 × 40 mm
Weight63 grams (without cable)104 grams (without cable)
SensorPixArt PAW-3370PixArt PAW-3370
Resolution100-19,000 CPI100-19,000 CPI
Polling Rate1,000Hz1,000Hz
ButtonsRoccat Titan OpticalRoccat Titan Optical
Clicks100 million 100 million 
Number of keys613
LightingRGB, 2 addressable zonesRGB, 2 addressable zones
Connection1.80 m USB-A cable, coiled1.80 m USB-A cable, coiled
Battery100hr runtimeNo battery
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