ASUS TUF Gaming M4 Air Mouse Review

Introduction and Technical Specifications

ASUS TUF Gaming M4 Air Mouse Review


Getting the right mouse is one of the most important things that you can do to up your productivity. You want one that fits in your hand nicely, has enough buttons for you to be able to get the most out of whatever title is your main use case, and you want it to be fast and responsive when the going gets hot and heavy.

It never stops amazing us how little attention people pay to these elements. Anyone who is known as the "tech person" of their social circle will understand what it's like to turn up to someones house to fix their PC problems and discover a mouse that wouldn't be out of place coming free with a packet of cornflakes. Or, instead, they've brought the most complicated and expensive one they can find only to spend their lives playing The Sims.

The newest addition to the ASUS TUF M4 range of mice, the Air, is singularly focused upon giving you the lightest, most responsive experience possible. A seriously beefy sensor wrapped up in, well nothing really as you can see from the picture at the top of this page. It's a mouse pared to the bone. The least a mouse needs to be. Is it all gimmick or does it actually make a difference? Let's find out.

Technical Specifications

ASUS TUF Gaming M4 Air Mouse Review  

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Most Recent Comments

10-01-2022, 13:25:11

That looks like it'll be fun to clean Quote

11-01-2022, 10:20:42

Originally Posted by Dicehunter View Post
That looks like it'll be fun to clean
I knew my Iwata airbrush would serve another purpose. Now I can use it not only for cooling my bits n bobs with fresh air but also cleaning my mouse

Funny thing is it seems like a copy of the Logitech 3d printed mouse mods you see on thingiverse where the housing is done to look like this.

11-01-2022, 10:28:22

I don't know, the conclusion makes me think of even more unwanted movement while reading an article

Plus, the holes will leave marks in your palm if your grip is a little strong.Quote

11-01-2022, 11:07:02

My Logitech g pro wireless is light enough. I don't see the whole dilemma of ultra light mice. Sure heavy ones sucks but I think there is a point of diminishing returns imo. I haven't used anything lighter than the g pro, but I don't see it making me a better gamer for the costs they will surely ask for.Quote

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