Last time in stock: Thursday, February 27, 2020
Customizable 3-zone (ROG logo, scroll wheel, side buttons) RGB lighting effects
Wireless/wired modes with 8200 DPI, 150 ips, 30g acceleration and 2000Hz USB polling rate (in wired mode)
Programmable 12-button design with swappable Omron click switches for customizable click resistance, weight 178.5 g without cable
ROG Armoury interface to customize buttons, performance and RGB, with built-in flash memory for profile storage
Durable, smooth magnesium alloy bottom plate glides across a variety of surfaces and easily attaches to the magnetic charging dock
Not yet scored.(How do we rate?)
The Asus ROG Spatha sounds great on paper, but clumsy execution leaves it feeling slightly overpriced.
Huge and expensive, the Spatha is an odd product that is nice to use but not particularly suited for...
Look, make no mistake – this is a very large mouse that’s probably reserved for very large gamers. In addition to that, it’s not the cheapest mouse on the planet, so you’re going to have maybe dig deeper in your pockets for its services. However, we do think it’s more than capable and looks as good as any mouse can. So, if you’re a person who likes ...