ASUS ROG Keris Wireless Review 5

ASUS ROG Keris Wireless Review

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Introduction

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ASUS is a Taiwan-based computer hardware and electronics company founded in 1989. With the right-handed ergonomic Keris Wireless, ASUS continues to expand its wireless mice range. Much like the Chakram and Pugio II, the Keris Wireless comes with triple connectivity: wired, low-latency 2.4 GHz, and long-endurance Bluetooth. ASUS promises a battery life of up to 78 hours without RGB and up to 56 hours with RGB illumination. Proprietary ROG Micro Switches with a rated lifetime of 70 M clicks are used for the main buttons, and similarly to previous ASUS mice, the main button switches are hot-swappable, allowing one to extend the lifespan of the mouse. Additionally, instead of the usual ABS plastic, PBT polymer is used for the main-button pieces, which provides better longevity. The side-button covers can be changed for ones with a different color. The sensor is PixArt's PAW3335 capable of up to 16,000 CPI, and an internal honeycomb structure is used to achieve a weight of just 79 g. The charging cable is a particularly flexible, paracord-like braided type, and the mouse feet are made out of 100% PTFE. Lastly, full RGB lighting is included, and the usual customization options are available within Armoury Crate.



Specifications

ASUS ROG Keris Wireless
Size:118 mm x 62 mm x 39 mm
Size (inches):4.65" x 2.44" x 1.54"
Ambidextrous:No
Weight:79 g
Number of Buttons:5 (including wheel click)
Main Switches:ROG Micro Switch (70 M)
Wheel Encoder:Mechanical
Sensor:PixArt PAW3335
Resolution:100–16,000 CPI
Polling Rate:125/250/500/1000 Hz
Cable:2 m, braided
Software:Yes
Price:$99.99
Warranty:2 years
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