ASUS introduces a new wireless gaming mouse to the ROG series. ROG Harpe Ace Aim Lab Edition weighs 54 grams and has an optical ROG AimPoint sensor that supports up to 36,000 DPI. It is not known when exactly the mouse will be released or how much it will cost.
ASUS Introducing the ROG Harpe Ace mouse At CES in Las Vegas. The company produces the mouse in collaboration with the developers of the fps training program Aim Lab. According to the manufacturer, the ROG Harpe Ace gaming mouse is intended for electronic sports.
The mouse features the ROG AimPoint sensor, which the company makes in collaboration with PixArt. It has a resolution of 100 to 36,000 dpi and can handle up to 50G acceleration. The ROG Harpe Ace also has a 1000Hz polling rate. Both the left and right mouse buttons feature a mechanical ROG switch that provides a lifetime of up to 70 million mouse clicks.
The mouse works wirelessly via a 2.4GHz connection, Bluetooth, or a USB-C cable, which is also used to charge the mouse. According to ASUS, the battery life is up to 90 hours without the RGB LEDs or 70 hours with the standard lighting settings. A 2.4GHz connection is used for this; With a bluetooth connection, the mouse lasts a few hours longer. ROG Harpe Ace also features a symmetrical design. However, since the mouse only has side buttons on one side, it is not intended for left-handers.
The mouse measures 127.5 mm in length, 63.7 mm in width, 39.5 mm in height, and weighs 54 grams. The ROG Harpe Ace features RGB LED lighting integrated into the scroll wheel, which can be customized via Armory Crate software. It also allows users to calibrate their sensor for use with a mouse pad and adjust other settings.
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