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ASUS ROG Strix Carry Gaming Mouse Review

Rating: 8.5.

Today we are reviewing ASUS’ super portable and stylish ROG Strix Carry gaming mouse. A tiny mouse that aims to please, it has some impressive specs – including an optical sensor, replaceable OMRON switches, a leather ‘Carry’ case, and a 2.4GHz wireless connection with battery life for up to 300 hours of non-stop gaming. The question is; can ASUS have made a successful gaming mouse without any RGB included?! Let’s find out.

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Specification:

  • Super portable – L10cm X W6.2cm X H3.6cm
  • 72.9g excluding batteries
  • Gaming PMW3330 optical sensor
  • 50 – 7100 DPI
  • Up to 1000Hz polling rate
  • IPS 150
  • 30G max acceleration
  • BLE BT5.0 (Bluetooth) connection
  • RF 2.4GHz (Wireless) connection with included dongle
  • SmartHop technology for the cleanest wireless signal path
  • Up to 433 hours use via Bluetooth
  • Up to 300 hours non-stop gaming via 2.4GHz Wireless

You can find the ASUS ROG Strix Carry for sale from Overclockers UK for £64.99 HERE.

Pros:

  • Very portable with high quality pouch.
  • Fingertip grip is incredibly comfortable.
  • Changeable OMRON switches and included spares.
  • Amazing sensor for gaming in a portable mouse.
  • 2.4GHz wireless is very stable and responsive.
  • Armoury II software is great.
  • Battery life is great.

Cons:

  • Expensive for a travel mouse.
  • No USB port as a backup if batteries fail.
  • Not so great for very large hands.

KitGuru says: The ASUS ROG Strix Carry is small but it certainly packs a punch. It is expensive but if you’re a gamer that travels a lot, or someone that wants a portable, reliable mouse then this is 100% worth buying. The rubber grips on both sides are so good I even preferred using this mouse over my daily driver! 

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Rating: 8.5.

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