ASUS Strix Mouse, Headset & Keyboard Review

Software, Claw Specifications and Glide Speed

ASUS Strix Peripherals


You can see from the software why we've grouped all of the Strix peripherals together. There is a thread running through the design of all of the peripherals. The Strix software is well laid out with everything easily accessible and responsive.

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After the amazing amount of recording features we saw from the Cougar 700M software, the macro abilities of the ASUS Strix software are somewhat disappointing, even if they do match 90% of the peripheral software available. As games become more complicated, and software/processors more powerful, the ability to record coordinates seems like it should be something you get with every brand. 

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Technical Specifications

Sensor: PMW3310DH-AWQT
Resolution: Native 5000 dpi
Switches: Japan-made Omron D2F-01F
Frames per second: 6500 fps
Inches per second: 130 ips
Counts per inch: MAX. 5000cpi
Maximum acceleration: 30g
Lift distance: TYP. 3mm
Maximum polling: 1000Hz
Operating system: Microsoft® Windows® XP / Vista / 7 / 8
Size: 122.55 x 71.75 x 45.25 (mm)
Weight: 110g (without cable)
Cable: 2M with gold-plated USB connector

Glide Speed Surface

The Glide Speed surface is larger cloth mouse pad with a very fine weave on top and seriously low friction. This isn't called Speed without good reason. Normally we prefer plainer mouse pads, but the Glide Speed design is abstract enough to be eye catching without being distracting. A tough combination to make.

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Most Recent Comments

24-09-2014, 10:48:20

I like the look of that keyboard, not a fan of the design of the Strix headset though.Quote

24-09-2014, 16:26:08

Keyboard and mouse look extremely cheap :/Quote

24-09-2014, 19:21:49

Agree with Kyiagi. The headset is the only one I like. I had high hopes for the mouse, but nope. Yuck. Looks like it was made by HP.Quote

26-09-2014, 04:57:34

This design is nice. Is the owl, or at least the wings going to be incorperated into the parts, for instance the owl painted on the mouse, or on the ear piece of the headphones? I know, kinda a dumb question but the design would be awesome if incorperated that way.Quote

26-09-2014, 04:59:24

Nevermind my question I didn't see the next page before I asked. Just found it. The headset looks awesome. Like the owl eyes.Quote

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