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Pros: custom height and tilt, comfortable, good for FPS games and games like DOTA 2. Solid sturdy feeling. Made with quality materials. Im right handed and the buttons on the thumb side are perfectly placed, and the buttons on the pinky side are well placed too. It still is awkward because they are so perfectly placed for my hand that my ring finger and my pinky finger fall directly on the buttons. This makes it feel like one of your fingers is touching both at the same time, but it isnt. (its weird i know). The dpi is super smooth. After getting this mouse my KD ratio in CS GO is substantially better and also in dota its an almost unfair advantage. I could have went with the naga series but i wanted something for all game types and this fits the bill
Cons: The software has good intentions and lets you set macros, profiles, lighting, etc. Its visually appealing but a little clunky. When updating from the tte sports website the software version still displays the v1.0 even after i installed 1.2
Other Thoughts: great mouse, im very happy with it and it matches (military green) with my themed system. I am probably going to buy another one, diff color to match my laptop
Update 5/17/2016 mouse started to die, constantly resetting and disconnecting, had to replace after 2 years
Pros: fast, reliable, directly connected
Cons: none, only one Ethernet port, gets a little warm
Other Thoughts: UPDATE: ive had these for almost a year, and no issues at all, no down time, never needs reset. BEST purchase ive made, WILL buy again.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: ASUS ROG Spatha RGB wireless/wired laser gaming mouse
Pros: beautiful, nice buttons, wireless works right out of the box with out drivers, premium construction, nice charging dock, battery out performed advertised usable time (varies with settings)
Cons: software, asus rog armoury software freezes and is constantly reconnecting to my mouse which makes the mouse lag. the wireless is very good the even when the software is glitch ing the mouse stays connected and functions but it just slows down. the software seems to act up when it's hardwired directly and seems more stable in wireless mode. all issues so far can be fixed with firmware updates and a armoury suit patch.
Other Thoughts: I've got an obsession with gaming mice and I was excited for this to come out. the mouse is a premium product. I'm happy with it although asus really needs to make the software better. it's simple but clunky, I will update review in a month or two to see if they make any fixes
UPDATE: The Firmware and software was updated, i dont know if they heard me or what, but it seems to have fixed all the issues i had, re-egged, 5 eggs
UPDATE 2: After my initial review they released a update the next day which fixed a few problems i had, but it unearthed more, the mouse underperforms in wireless mode after new update, the dock disconnects upon pc waking so you have to plug it in and use it for wired mode for like 10 minutes then magically the dock works again (i even switched usb ports and tried re-pairing which didnt work. The mouse has lag issues with the wireless now, sometimes button presses register twice and sometimes not at all (in wireless mode). This mouse is premium physically but asus sucks at software apparently. Its like they didnt even test this thing before completing it and sending it out. Id like to see someone test the interference on this thing and see how far the sensor gets off track in wireless mode. I think this mouse has great potential and i love the feel, layout and size but right now with its most current software, firmware and dock firmware version its lacking. Im a gamer and the mouse is my tool, and if your tool underperforms, you underperform. Im not going to return it because i like it and I know that all it needs is some good firmware, lets hope ASUS is up to the task. will update again if they fix it.