The ASUS ROG Strix Impact II is the successor to the popular Impact mouse line, which began with the Sica model. It is a mouse for right-handers and left-handers, the so-called ambidextrous model. The model tested today is wired, wireless is also available.
If we were to compare previous models from previous years, ie Sicu or impact, we mainly fitted a “stronger” sensor, namely PixArt’s PAW3327which allows a higher range of DPI settings, up to 6200 DPI. The tested mouse is also slightly lighter.
Last but not least, the shape of the mouse body was slightly redesigned and RGB elements were added. The lighting is decent, not strong and can be set via ASUS AuraSync or turned off completely, which I definitely welcome.
The most important aspect of this series is, in addition to being equipped with a solid sensor, also the possibility of easy replacement of switches. You will not find them in the ASUS ROG Strix Impact II cable package, but the wireless model has two spare parts in the package, including pliers for their replacement. Of course, they can also be provided separately, they cost a few tens of crowns. The tested mice are equipped with Omron D2FC-FK switches.
Here I would like to use photos from a review of another ASUS mouse on the server Pctuning, maybe my local colleague will forgive me. The photo shows the principle by which the exchange is handled. The mouse should be disassembled with the screws on the bottom, exposed, and then the switches replaced if desired.
ASUS ROG Strix Impact II – Specifications
- Dimensions: Length 120mm, width 62.5mm, height 39.5mm
- Weight: 79 grams (without cable)
- Bilateral: Year
- Number of buttons: 5, including the wheel
- Scroll capture: Mechanical
- Switches: Omron D2FC-F-K (50M)
- Sensor: PixArt’s PAW3327
- Distinction: 100 – 6200 DPI
- Refresh rate: 125/250/500/1000 Hz
- Maximum acceleration: 30 G
- Maximal speed: 220 IPS
- Cable: 2 m, rubberized, gold-plated USB connector
- Software: Ano, ASUS Armory Crate
- Price: 1100 – 1200 CZK according to the seller
As the specifications suggest, the mouse is light and quite small. I have a big hand myself, but the slightly smaller dimensions didn’t bother me. But we’ll get to that later, now let’s look at the mouse itself.
And let’s not forget here you will find a link to the product pages directly at Asus.
Source: Diit.cz by diit.cz.
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