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Asus introduced some new mice for there ROG-series at CES:

*see spoilers for pictures.



Name Mouse:



Gladius II*



Strix Evolve



Strix Impact



Rog GX970



Max DPI:



12000 dpi



7200 dpi



5000 dpi



12000 dpi



Sensor:



PMW3360



PMW3330



PMW3310



PMW3360



Weight:



110 grams



100 grams



112 grams



no more information at this time



Dimensions:



L 126 x W 67 x H 45 mm



L 125 x W 65 x H 41 mm



L115 x W62 x H39mm

no more information at this time

All have Asus Aura sync RGB Lighting.

*compatible omron switches:

  • Omron D2F Series: D2F, D2F-F, D2F-01, D2F-01F
  • Omron D2FC Series: D2FC-3M, D2FC-F-7N, D2FC-F-7N(10M), D2FC-F-7N(20M)

Gladius II

https://www.asus.com/ROG-Republic-Of-Gamers/ROG-Gladius-II/


Strix Evolve

https://www.asus.com/ROG-Republic-Of-Gamers/ROG-Strix-Evolve/




Strix Impact

https://www.asus.com/ROG-Republic-Of-Gamers/ROG-Strix-Impact/


ROG GX970

no information on their site yet



 

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Ok, Asus, I'll give you a cheat-sheet for changes to make on your next fleet of mice (you know since you neglected these changes this time):

- Weight: No one really cares about the quick-swap mouse switch crap if the technology required to make it happen ends up making the mouse weigh 110g. Same can be said about the chasis swap feature. We've been voiding warranties for years doing it ourselves. You should be thankful.

- Sensor: 3360 sensor. In everything. "EZ".

- "Sniper Button": These things are nothing but trouble. All mice would be better off without them. Just implement a DPI button if there's really people (gotta be extraterrestrials) out there that like changing their DPI/sensitivity on the fly. The absence of these tumors on mice also keep the weight down. Even if it's just by a little bit.
 

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The Evolve is kind of interesting but on the heavy side. I could be wrong but looks like that's a 3330 from the specs.
 

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Originally Posted by coldc0ffee View Post

Ok, Asus, I'll give you a cheat-sheet for changes to make on your next fleet of mice (you know since you neglected these changes this time):

- Weight: No one really cares about the quick-swap mouse switch crap if the technology required to make it happen ends up making the mouse weigh 110g. Same can be said about the chasis swap feature. We've been voiding warranties for years doing it ourselves. You should be thankful.

- Sensor: 3360 sensor. In everything. "EZ".

- "Sniper Button": These things are nothing but trouble. All mice would be better off without them. Just implement a DPI button if there's really people (gotta be extraterrestrials) out there that like changing their DPI/sensitivity on the fly. The absence of these tumors on mice also keep the weight down. Even if it's just by a little bit.
The quick switch swap feature is a 1g piece of plastic that negates the need for soldering. It's the best thing about these mice.
 

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Might be a dumb question but is the 3330 better/worse than the 3310?
nothing is a dumb question not all people will now all about sensors.

The PWN 3330 is better then the 3310

Here is a small comparison:

PWN3310PWN3330
framerate 6500framerate 8000
max tracking speed 130 ips / 30g max tracking speed 150 ips / 30g
max resolution 5000 dpimax resolution 7200 dpi
Lens Magnification between 0.85 1 1.15Lens magnification 1:1

the PWN3310 is the older sensor from pixart as for the lens used in the PWN3330 is probably more within specifications then the lens used with the 3310.
 

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Originally Posted by wareya View Post

3330 uses the same lense as the 3360 not the 3310

edit: misread because the punctuation and grammar was so weird, sorry, yes
Y my bad, I am no native speaker and also my punctuation and writing can be off even in my own language :S

still nice fact to mention ;)
 

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Wait, who stolen the 2000Hz???
They prolly said screw it after getting exposed.
 

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On the website the underside picture of the Gladius II shows a different feet design, and they look remarkably like intellimouse feet.

Wonder what the chances are of them being the same?
 

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On the website the underside picture of the Gladius II shows a different feet design, and they look remarkably like intellimouse feet.

Wonder what the chances are of them being the same?
It's nice that they didn't put screws under the mouse feet this time, so that you don't need to remove mouse feet if you want to swap switches, but those new feet look way to small for a palmgrip mouse of that weight and size.
 
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