Today we’re checking out ASUS’ latest lightweight wireless gaming mouse. The ASUS ROG Keris Wireless supports wired, Bluetooth and 2.4GHz wireless connectivity, while also sporting a PixArt PAW 3335 sensor with 400 IPS tracking and up to 16,000 DPI. Not only does it have hot-swappable switches, with spares included, you can also change the colour of the side buttons. Let’s see if this mouse is really worth the £89.99 asking price.
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- Ergonomic, right handed design
- Connectivity: USB 2.0
- Bluetooth: RF 2.4GHz
- Sensor ; PAW3335
- Resolution ; 16000DPI
- Max Speed ; 400IPS
- Max Acceleration ; 40G
- USB Report rate ; 1000 Hz
- RF 2.4G Report rate: 1000Hz
- L/R Switch Type: ROG 70M Micro Switch
- Button: 7 programmable buttons
- Battery Type: 500mAh
- Battery Life: 78 hours without lighting 52 hours with default lighting(Breathing)
- Cable: 2.0m type-C ROG Paracord
- Dimensions: 118(L)x62(w)x39(H) mm
- Weight With Cable: 79g
- Colour: black
You can purchase the ASUS ROG Keris Wireless from Overclockers UK for £89.99 HERE!
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- Different coloured side buttons and spare switches included.
- Built-in storage space for the USB dongle.
- On the fly DPI adjustment.
- Very comfortable in all grip styles.
- Plastic attracts grease.
- Not suited for those with larger hands.
KitGuru says: At £90 the ASUS ROG Keris Wireless certainly isn’t cheap but if you want a lightweight, wireless ergonomic mouse it’s definitely worth buying. Wireless performance is great, the shape is excellent for those with medium to small hands, and we love the hot-swappable switches.