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    Turtle Beach is buying Roccat for $19.2 million

    Known for its gaming headsets, Turtle Beach gets a readymade roster of mice and keyboards.
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    Re: Turtle Beach is buying Roccat for $19.2 million

    Poor Roccat. Didn't know things were so bad. Now they will be like the other bargain bin items on amazon.
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    Re: Turtle Beach is buying Roccat for $19.2 million

    Quote Originally Posted by Korrorra View Post
    Poor Roccat. Didn't know things were so bad. Now they will be like the other bargin bin items on amazon.
    I didn't think they were bad. This just sounds like another company with a load of money coming along to buy them up as a foothold to their own expansion. Ours gets sold all the time, but we're still here...
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    Re: Turtle Beach is buying Roccat for $19.2 million

    Purchase has now been completed

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    Re: Turtle Beach is buying Roccat for $19.2 million

    Long as the Roccat brand and style of excellent, funky, innovative products continues, I'm happy.
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    Re: Turtle Beach is buying Roccat for $19.2 million

    I had three roccat mice, every one failed within 13 months as the right click mechanism started giving multiple inputs on one press. Have never bought them again!

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    Re: Turtle Beach is buying Roccat for $19.2 million

    Quote Originally Posted by blueball View Post
    I had three roccat mice, every one failed within 13 months as the right click mechanism started giving multiple inputs on one press. Have never bought them again!
    People have said the exact same about the very Roccat mouse I'm using now, along with the Logitech mouse I have at home, plus various mice by Razer, Steelseries, and just about every other manufacturer I can think of.

    Don't ever buy anything ever again....!!!
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