Roccat Sova Mechanical Lapboard & Tyon Laser Mouse
Roccat Sova Mechanical Lapboard & Tyon Laser Mouse
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Gaming on the couch just got even more comfortable. Made from a durable blend of fiber and plastic with foam cushioning on the underside, the Roccat Sova is designed with a wide base for comfort throughout long gaming sessions on the sofa, bed, or recliner Read More

Jun 8, 2019
My detachable “breakaway” cable broke and I’m not able to find a replacement anywhere.
May 23, 2019
Absolutely Love mine. The mechanical keyboard works flawlessly and the mouse was a great addition. AMAZING, and if you are thinking of getting it, don't hesitate. It's well worth it at even regular price. Any discount is a bonus.
May 7, 2019
I've had a Sova for a year and a half, and have reached out to Roccat at least 3-4 times. As a product manager myself, the answers I've received from Roccat have made me thoroughly disappointed with the company. DROP needs to work with one of the trusted Chinese vendors to make a better version.
  1. Worst keyboard drivers I've ever seen (and I've tested all the big brands) - both buggy and kind of useless functionally (user config saved as binary, blocked from remapping anything but alphas, illumination settings limited - lowest setting still too bright for watching movies in the dark).
  2. The Sova is modular, but there are no first-party accessories, and no support channel on Roccat's side to get replacements for the parts that break or wear out - support points you in the direction of CAD files for 3D printing your own replacements (which I like in theory, but is a lot of effort in practice)
  3. keycaps are very low quality (multiple stems have cracked) and non-standard spacebar stabilizer spacing makes it outright incompatible with aftermarket keysets (even if you're willing to ignore the fact that you can't adjust the layout in the drivers to make more sense, and just hope you memorize the FN layer mappings)
Apr 30, 2019
tbh total juuuunk. had one sold it. driver support is sooo bad.
this is 137$ on amazon. Really wish we'd see some legit savings buying in mass quantities
That’s for the membrane keyboard version, this is for the mechanical keyboard.
Mar 10, 2019
I own both a Sova MK and two Tyon mice. I thought I'd drop a line or two here as I believe Roccat deserve props for building a great product in the Sova. The Sova does exactly what it is designed to do perfectly. Sure it's plastic, and as such a little creaky, but by no means is it poorly made; quite the contrary. It fits on laps of all sizes comfortably--I have a 9 year-old that use it fine--and the leg pads are removable if you happen to want to use it on a desktop. The only fault I can find with it is that after turning off the backlight in the accompanying software from time to time the backlight will flash on and off a few times, I believe this happens if the keyboard is "waking up" from being in a sleep mode. It's almost definately a firmware bug and I should have probably reported it by now but just never really got around to it as it doesn't really bother me that much. The Tyon mice are well made and work flawlessly but I don't feel any particular need to try to convince anyone of purchasing them as your needs in a mouse are likely different from mine. If you like the specs and features then rest assured that the quality and performance are there to back them up. I personally recommend the Sova MK for anyone building a lounge entertainment PC.
Apr 30, 2019
I 100% think your wrong. I Owned one of these. just having it plugged in would make my PC not boot. This is due to horrible drivers and software from ROCCAT. I can not recommend this product.
Mar 10, 2019
Umm... ROCCAT... I have two of these in the shops near me, one for $148 and another for $199. When I was voting for the drop I hoped to get discount from that price :D Is it cheaper in Europe?
Mar 12, 2019
You have to check which version it is, there is one that is a membrane keyboard.
Mar 9, 2019
Awww damn I missed the drop by buying too early! Lol. I have both of these already and love them! The couch style keyboard is super sturdy and feels right at home on your lap. The keystrokes are responsive and light and have a crisp click but not too noisy. I’m not sure about now, but the model I have only lights up blue, which is fine but I do wish it was rgb, even if it was only one zone would be fine. The mouse is fantastic. So many extra buttons you can program for gaming macros or anything else, and they are pretty much all in great places. The shark fin button is a bit odd as it does require you to slightly move your hand from your normal position, but I only program this for my less used macros so it’s not bothersome. A very comfortable feeling mouse and very accurate. This is a hell of a drop, considering I paid about $160 for just the keyboard alone. You should get this!
Jan 30, 2019
I want one of these things but the deal breaker for me I think is the lack of USB-C or 3.0/3.1 My mouse of choice is the Logitech G602 hands down. I still like it but it just seems to have old technology. I guess. I prefer this one over the competitors.
Jan 30, 2019
Hi ROCCAT Here, Sorry the 2 Port USB Hub on the SOVA does not have USB-C. It is meant for users to plug a mouse (like the Tyon) and a USB Headset.

Mar 20, 2018
Why is this still a thing you can now get wireless gaming 1ms response time LED mech keyboards with up to 15 hours battery life like the Corsair K63 that has blue LED’s like this and has an optional holder for kicking back in the living room in your TV
Mar 21, 2018
but a non standard bottom row for keycaps and they are shitty too
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