The SteelSeries Kana is an optical, ambidextrous mouse designed for all three grip styles: palm, claw and swipe. The functionality, ergonomic button layout and size was perfected alongside SteelSeries' professional gaming teams, who also tested and validated the precision and power hidden in the Kana's modest exterior. Make no mistake; this mouse was built for consistency and accuracy even in professional tournament conditions.
SteelSeries Kana is available in two versions. The first was named White1.1, while the second was selected by SteelSeries' Facebook community of more than 300,000 gamers and where 60,000 "Likes" determined the winning design: Black1.1.
The SteelSeries Kana uses advanced, optical technology that operates at 3600 FPS and supports stable movement speeds at 130 inches per second. These specs simply say that regardless of your frantic movements, the mouse will consistently deliver, especially for fast-paced FPS games.
The SteelSeries Kana is made to be stable on every kind of surface with the help of its top of the line optical sensor. This sensor is also designed to eliminate jitter and provide optimized stability for the user.
The SteelSeries Kana features 2 XL-sized, side buttons (one on each side) for easy rapid-fire. If you choose to not use them, then head over to the SteelSeries Engine to disable.
The SteelSeries Kana has an ergonomic, ambidextrous design that makes it a natural fit for both right- and left-handed users.
The centrally located toggle button allows you to quickly switch between two sensitivity settings. The pre-defined CPI settings in the Kana are used and recommended by professional gamers all over the world. These CPI settings, which reach up to 3200, are also easily adjustable via the SteelSeries Engine.
The Kana can be configured using SteelSeries Engine software. The SteelSeries Engine allows you to customize your mouse settings like never before. With the SteelSeries Engine installed you are able to set custom CPI settings, set LED intensity per CPI, program your mouse buttons, record macros, set game triggers for profiles, and much more.