With the Asus ROG Keris Wireless AimPoint, the manufacturer presents a new wireless gaming mouse that features a symmetrical design and a 36,000 DPI sensor.
The Asus ROG Keris Wireless AimPoint in detail
The new Asus ROG Keris Wireless AimPoint gaming mouse adds a few improvements to the previous Keris Wireless. The nager in symmetrical design weighs only 75 grams.
The sensor in particular has been improved. Instead of 16,000 DPI, the new optical ROG AimPoint sensor now performs a whopping 36,000 DPI and that at a speed of 650 IPS and a mouse acceleration of 50G with a maximum sampling rate of 1,000 Hz.
We already know the sensor from the Asus ROG Chakram X, which was introduced in May 2022, but it turns out to be significantly heavier, but also brings more buttons and a polling rate of 8,000 Hz.
When it comes to connectivity, the Asus ROG Keris Wireless AimPoint is a real all-rounder and can be used with a cable if desired. Alternatively, it communicates wirelessly on the 2.4 GHz wireless network or even via Bluetooth.
ROG Keris Wireless AimPoint: Up to 119 hours of battery life
The battery life also turns out impressive. Asus promises up to 119 hours when used via wireless. The mechanical ROG Micro Switches in the primary keys are supposed to be particularly robust and can also be replaced with compatible mechanical 3-pin or optical 5-pin Micro Switches if desired.
The left and right additional buttons are also made of PBT and are thus also particularly robust, while generous PTFE feet speak for excellent gliding properties. For additional grip, you can equip the mouse with a non-slip grip tape in ROG optics.
The manufacturer’s logo on the underside of the back also features Aura Sync RGB lighting, while the Armoury Crate software lets you configure the mouse easily and extensively. The Asus ROG Keris Wireless AimPoint will be offered in black and white (Moonlight White) colorways. However, the manufacturer did not mention prices or a release date.