ASUS ROG Spatha X Wireless Mouse Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

ASUS ROG Spatha X Wireless Mouse Review


Considering how much of an iron grip the Republic of Gamers brand has over the rest of the gaming world, it always comes as something of a mystery how few truly top end mice they have in their stable. Sure there are ROG mice, but one normally associates this premium ASUS brand with class-leading technologies. Yet, more often than not, there are plenty of mice available that make the specifications of the ROG models look more in the upper end rather than really at the peak.

The Spatha X is the latest addition to the ROG range of mice, updating the famous ROG Spatha, and all the ROG hallmarks are in full effect. High end sensor, quality feature set, unique design, it ticks an awful lot of boxes. Heck a glance at the image at the top of this page shows off how futuristic the Spatha X is in the flesh. With a multitude of tricks up its sleeve, let's cast our eye over the specification table and then see how the Spatha X performs.

Technical Specifications

Unquestionably the Spatha X is bristling with the features you would expect from a flagship rodent. An optical sensor supporting an eye-popping 19000 DPI is one thing, but what really starts to set the Spatha X feature set away from the pack is the 12 programmable buttons coupled to a lengthy 67 hour potential battery life. For those of you who prefer an attachment the Spatha X is capable of being run in wired mode too, but that's somewhat missing the point. Let's take a closer look.

ASUS ROG Spatha X Wireless Mouse Review  

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Most Recent Comments

30-11-2021, 12:47:56

Good review, I had the original Spatha and the battery after a few months was awful, Lost charge very quickly and you couldn't replace it, Wired it was a good mouse though until the rubber on the sides started coming away from the body.Quote

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