ASUS Releases ROG Strix Carry Wireless Mouse
First introduces at CES 2019 back in January, ASUS releases the ROG Strix Carry Wireless Mouse featuring an ergonomic design, dual wireless connectivity, and the ROG exclusive switch socket design. The ROG Strix Carry is designed for gamers on the go with its dual 1ms 2.4GHz and Bluetooth wireless connectivity. It also features the SmartHop technology that enables to seamlessly switch connectivity to the cleanest channels. The ROG Strix Carry sports the gaming-grade PixArt PMW3330 optical sensor with up to 7200 DPI. The ROG Strix Carry sports the ROG-exclusive switch socket design that allows users to replace the OMRON switch easily. Watch the introduction video below to learn more about the unique switch socket design.
The ASUS ROG Strix Carry Wireless Mouse is compact and lightweight at just 101mm in length, 36mm in height and 72.9 grams in weight excluding batteries. It uses two double AA batteries offering up to 300 hours of battery life using 2.4GHz wireless or 433 hours using Bluetooth. The ROG Strix Carry packs the PMW3330 optical sensor delivering 50 to 7200 DPI and tracks up to 150 inches per second and up to 30G acceleration.
Using the 2.4GHz wireless connectivity, the ROG Strix Carry’s SmartHop Technology allows the mouse to scan radio spectrum to identify and avoid congestion and interference and select the cleanest possible channel seamlessly. The ROG-exclusive switch socket design allows users to replace worn or broken switches in a jiffy. Lastly, the ROG Strix Carry comes with its own leatherette pouch for protection and easy transport anywhere you go.
No information on pricing and availability as of this writing. Learn more about the ROG Strix Carry Dual Wireless Mouse here.