ASUS ROG Strix Impact II; Ambidextrous Mice Are Still Around
It Doesn’t Matter If You’re Left Or Right
It has been a while since we have seen a gaming mouse which will function equally well in either hand which is why it is nice to see ASUS release the ROG Strix Impact II. TechPowerUp describes the shape as similar to the old original Razer Krait and they offer a comparison chart featuring the measurements of the Impact II against several other popular mice if that description doesn’t help you.
The PixArt PMW3327 sensor caps out at a reasonable 6200 CPI, and offers a a maximum tracking speed of 220 IPS with little to no jitter for those who like accurate mousing. ASUS’ ROG Armoury II software lets you easily adjust key assignments as well as the RGB lighting. It will retail for around $50 for those that are interested.
ASUS updates their Strix line of mice with the Strix Impact II, an ambidextrous gaming mouse featuring PixArt's 3327 sensor, a weight of 79 g, a pivoted button mechanism, and ASUS' exclusive main button switch hotswap socket design allowing one to extend the lifespan of the mouse.
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