ROCCAT? Leadr – Wireless Multi-button RGB Gaming Mouse


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The Leadr gives you the freedom of wireless with the performance of wired. It rocks a combo of pioneering wireless technology and an optimized?Owl-Eye?optical sensor, meaning gaming with a wireless mouse is no longer a handicap. Zero lag and with virtually zero latency, it features a docking station with a top-cup cable for use as a wired mouse, plus an innovative suite of buttons for enhanced control. The Leadr is the wired mouse with no wires, making it wireless royalty.

Backed by a 12 month Roccat Warranty

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Availability: Out of stock SKU: ROC-11-852


ROCCAT? Leadr ? Wireless Multi-button RGB Gaming Mouse

Additional information

Weight0.735 kg
Dimensions22.5 × 19.5 × 11.5 cm

5 reviews for ROCCAT? Leadr – Wireless Multi-button RGB Gaming Mouse

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jackson V

    Battery lasts suprisingly long. Sometimes I don’t need to charge it for days. No problem working for 8 hours on it, then playing games after all night. The sensor is great, and actually has been working better than their wired mouse. Setup was easy enough and I programmed the mouse in about 10 minutes using every button for other actions. The way it docks is interesting, and I haven’t had any missed connections. It kind of hangs on a small groove in the dock and almost clicks into place when you get it right.
    The battery indicator on the dock is a nice touch and it’s been very accurate for me.
    Really no complaints about this mouse at all, and I’ve tried pretty much everything. It’s great in shooters, mmo’s, single player campaign games, rts…you name it.
    I was initially turned off by the high price, but I’m glad I went for it because I can now stop spending money on other mice trying to find the right one

  2. 4 out of 5

    Steven Marchetti

    I really like most of it, that being said, save yourself $75 and just get the wired Tyon. This mouse fits my above average sized hands really well, its a good weight and has an awesome button layout. I’ve had this for over two years and really enjoy it. Buuut I now use it wired. The wireless functionality is just kind of a pain, I thought it’d be cool and useful to have it be wireless but for just sitting at my desk all the time and for gaming (or anything) wired just makes more sense. That being said if you dont care about wireless then 100% go with the tyon, gives all the functionality, with the wire. All in all it’s a pretty sweet mouse that I really enjoy, especially the macros.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Greg M.

    What I love about this mouse is it works great for FPS, MMORPG, Action MMORPG, Strategy etc. I use to have Roccat Tyon prior to this and it seems they’ve ironed out all the issues that were with the Roccat Tyon.

    My only issue is it will randomly be unresponsive for a second several times a day under heavy use and for some reason this only happens while I’m browsing or watching videos, not while I’m gaming. I was reluctant to go wireless and that was one of the reasons unfortunately

    I love that the charger comes with it and it’s super convienent and practical on daily use, before leaving my PC i’d just pop it in the charger, way better than the hassle of finding a wire and connecting it. Plus once you go wireless you wont’ want to play with wired gaming mice again!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Nate Brandeburg

    The G700 was the best wireless gaming mouse on the market for a long time. And the G7 before it. I’ve been wireless for a very long time. I still use my G700 to this day on another computer. It’s been taking way too long to update/refresh it, or come out with something to replace it. So, I had to look elsewhere.

    I saw that a new wireless mouse was being released (released at the end of May) that looks similar in size, appearance and function to the G700. So I bought it and gave it a try. It is my first foray from Logitech in terms of PC peripherals. Check out the Roccat Leadr wireless gaming mouse.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Matt H.

    ROCCAT has a good bit of work left on their software, but it’s leaps and bounds from where it was just a year ago. My LEADR has performed fantastically for me for the few weeks I’ve had it now. Only issue I found is that it won’t charge on the charging base if your computer is turned off (while it’s USB connection is made to the motherboard back panel). I have an Astro A50 headset which will charge using the same USB port so it seems to be something with the LEADR charging base not “requesting” power after the system is shut down.
    The mouse does work wired in, so even if it doesn’t charge (or you forget to), then there isn’t much of an issue!

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