Asus ROG Harpe Ace Aim Lab Edition mouse review

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Product Showcase/RGB LEDs

 Product Showcase/RGB LEDs


The overall quality is excellent, and the plastic is rigid. There are four small PTFE sliders at the bottom part.


No weight adjustment is possible.


Under the “hood,” you’ll find a place for the universal receiver.



Power on, then.


Overall, an astounding single RGB zone (yeah, but this is a conscious choice) can be controlled in Asus Armoury Crate software. The buttons are sensitive (especially the left and right) and provide excellent feedback. There are five buttons in total, and all of them are programmable. The mouse makes a good overall impression, and the sensor can go up to 36,000 DPI (but it’s not a number you’ll need for daily usage).

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