ASUS debuts new ROG mouse and mouse pad

ASUS debuts new ROG mouse and mouse pad

The Republic of Gamers (ROG) division of ASUS has announced the ROG Sica gaming mouse and the Whetstone gaming mouse pad. The new ROG Sica gaming mouse comes with an optical sensor and a special ambidextrous design, while the ROG Whetstone mouse pad offers excellent tracking qualities and a silicone-fabric construction.

The ASUS ROG Sica gaming mouse is also optimized for multiplayer online battle arena (MOBA) games as well. It comes with two buttons and a single clickable scroll-wheel setup as well as durable Omron switches. In addition the mouse offers an improved and exclusive easy-swap switch socket design that lets users customize click resistance. The left and right mouse buttons are also separated from the main mouse body to reduce travel distance and ensure increased button tactility and responsiveness. The Sica has an optical sensor with up to 5000 dots per inch (DPI), support for speed up to 130 inches per second and 30g acceleration for excellent mouse tracking. The ROG Armoury software allows users to customize button functions, performance settings and ROG logo light effects. Finally the ROG logo glows and there are a red-and-iron-gray color scheme, Mayan-stenciled side panels, a gold-plated USB 2.0 connector and low friction Teflon feet.

The ROG Whetstone mouse pad comes with a non-slip silicone base and an intricate Mayan-inspired textured black fabric surface for excellent mouse tracking and control. The mouse pad is just 2 mm thick and comes with the newest 8-stage bonding and heat-sealing techniques to ensure durability. When it gets dirty – just wash it, wipe it and shake it to dry.

No word on pricing as of now so check with your local ASUS representative for more details.

Source: ASUS

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