The upcoming Kone XTD Max will upgrade the 6000 dpi laser sensor to an 8200 dpi unit and come with a 72 MHz ARM processor, as well as the "world’s most advanced Tracking & Distance Control Unit."
Roccat CEO and founder Rene Korte described the mouse as a "supreme gaming weapon custom-built for the most demanding warriors." It will include several features such as the company's Easy-Shift[+] technology, which lets users double the functions of their buttons and wheel, as well as Roccat Talk, which allows the XTD Max communicate with other Roccat peripherals such as keyboards.
The mouse will be on display at E3 and Computex, according to the manufacturer, but you will not be able to buy it before September. No word on pricing yet, but the Kone + currently sells for around $115, which should be a guideline for the new model.