Asus surprised everyone by announcing their flagship gaming mouse Spatha. If you think the name sounds aggressive, take a look at the mouse itself.
The Spatha, of course, belongs to Asus’ top set of Republic of Gamers, so you should know that you get a huge gaming mouse equipped with features of all kinds, extra buttons and RGB effects. You can even use your other ROG Brand products such as motherboards, video cards, and even the keyboard of Asus.
Now, before we start with the detailed details, you should know that Spatha is more than just a gaming mouse. In fact, from a design standpoint, it is a wonder, and Asus has the choice of using a magnesium alloy instead of the conventional materials used in the gaming mouse. This mouse can be considered quite heavy compared to the competition, and the price is for hardcore gamers.
However, if you’re wondering about the technical details, you should know that the ROG Spatha contains a lot of programmable buttons, and that’s not all. You also get a charger that looks absolutely smart. At this point you may have suspected that the mouse is wireless. Well, it’s a catch, you can use it wirelessly with no input delay, and you can also use it with the cable. You get the RGB lights and just about every other feature you expect from a flagship mouse. The mouse has 12 programmable buttons that can be programmed to your liking with the Asus Armory software. You also get 8,200 DPI (max DPI), amazing ergonomics and comfort for long game sessions click cycle, and even if they are worn, you can replace them at any time.
We will not say that the ROG Spatha is the perfect gaming mouse, it has some shortcomings like the buttons on the side, which feel a bit too weak, but that does not mean that it is less capable. So let’s read some of the pros and cons of this mouse without detours.
- Beautiful, solid design that is suited for gamers.
- A lot of customizability, and ease of use.
- RGB lighting that looks stunning across the board.
- One of the most comfortable mice to use.
- Loaded with features hardware and software wise.
- One of the highest priced gaming mice in the market.
- The side buttons feel mushy, and stiff to press.
- Can be a bit too heavy, and huge for users with small hands.