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ASUS ROG Spatha Gaming Mouse Review

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ASUS ROG Spatha: Detailed Features

Starting out at the top, we can see the standard left and right click buttons along with the scroll wheel towards the front of the mouse. Next to the left click button are two buttons for forward and backward controls. Behind the scroll wheel is the DPI switch button. You may choose between two DPI levels. Switching the DPI to the second level will cause the DPI switch button to illuminate white.

ASUS ROG Spatha Top

The extra durability and weight comes from the magnesium alloy chassis on the bottom of the mouse. We can also see the Avago 9800 8200 DPI laser sensor in the middle of the mouse. Next to the sensor is the power switch and the pair button. Four black screws surround the sensor to hold the top cover in place. We will remove the top cover and take a look at the internal components in a later section.

ASUS ROG Spatha Bottom

The left side of the ROG Spatha is full of buttons for MMO games. These six tactile programmable buttons can be reprogrammed to any mouse, keyboard, or macro function. This area will illuminate when there is power to the mouse. The thumb rest has a Mayan-patterned rubberized grip to help with grip.

ASUS ROG Spatha Left Side

There are no other buttons on the opposite side of the mouse. Instead, we can see the large ring finger rest along with a small rubberized surface for grip.

ASUS ROG Spatha Right Side

Both the left and right click buttons do not extend past the body of the ROG Spatha. They are also separated from the body and have more of a straighter angle instead of curving down towards the bottom of the mouse. The micro-USB 2.0 port is located in the center of the mouse. The included micro-USB cable is used to charge the mouse and can be used to put the mouse into wired mode.

ASUS ROG Spatha Front

The rear of the mouse has only the ASUS branding logo on the sparkly steel-gray non-stick coating. The left side of the mouse is tilted higher than the right side in order to comfort the hand when gripping the mouse.

ASUS ROG Spatha Rear

Let’s take a closer look at the ROG Spatha in the next section.


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