ROCCAT Burst Pro Review 10

ROCCAT Burst Pro Review

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Packaging, Weight, Cable, and Feet


Aside from the mouse, one finds a quick start guide inside the rather compact box.


My scale shows around 70 g (+/- 1 g), which is largely in line with the weight cited by ROCCAT. The Burst Pro ends up at a similar weight as the VAXEE Zygen NP-01 or Endgame Gear XM1 while featuring RGB lighting. An excellent weight, and with great weight balance to boot.


The Burst Pro features a paracord-like, braided cable. It's not quite as floppy as the Endgame Gear XM1 White or Cooler Master MM711 cable, but no doubt one of the more flexible cables out there. Its measured length is 1.85 m. The cable has a ferrite bead attached, which reduces signal noise.


The feet on the Burst Pro are non-dyed pure PTFE (Teflon) feet with slightly rounded edges. Glide is excellent. Thickness is average. ROCCAT describes these as heat-treated, which is said to ensure optimal glide right out of the box. I can confirm this—the feet on the Burst Pro indeed required no break-in. The ring around the sensor doesn't touch the surface and merely serves aesthetic purposes. Upon closer inspection, one can see that the feet appear more translucent than most others, which is due to little to no dye being used.
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