Asus ROG Spatha Wireless MMO Gaming Mouse Review. Asus rog spatha x

Asus ROG Spatha Wireless MMO Gaming Mouse Review

What do you get when you combine a mouse, the Asus ROG, and a full 150 dollars in one package? Well, you get the Spatha Wireless MMO Gaming Mouse. It’s by far the priciest mouse Asus ROG has to offer, and it comes with tons of features to back it up – especially made for the MMO crowd.

Now 150 dollars or 6, 910 PHP is kinda huge sum of money to be invested on a gaming mouse. But, since the Spatha is geared towards the MMO crowd, we can see why it had such monetary value. First of, it has 12 buttons scattered around the shell together with a gaming oriented design suitable for the ROG moniker. To top it off, the Spatha features a magnesium alloy base which adds to the overall premium feel of the mice. It comes with a dash of replaceable Omron switches too along with RGB lighting. Customization is also a huge part of the mouse.


Connectivity Technology Wired/Wireless
Wireless Technology RF 2.4GHz
Tracking Laser
OS Support Windows 10 Windows 8.1 Windows 8 Windows 7
Dimensions 8913745mm (mouse) 8114122mm (dock)
Weight 178.5 g without cable
Color Titanium Black
Resolution 8200dpi
Interface available Mouse : USB
Contents 1x wireless receiver/ charging dock 1x 2-meter braided USB cable 1x 1-meter rubber USB cable 2x Japanese-made Omron switches 1x carry case 1x star-head screwdriver 2x ROG logo stickers 1x ROG certificate
Compatible switch list for ROG switch socket: Omron D2F Series switches: D2F, D2F-F, D2F-01, D2F-01F Omron D2FC Series switches: D2FC-3M, D2FC-F-7N, D2FC-F-7N(10M), D2FC-F-7N(20M)


As usual, Asus maintained the ROG status quo with a lavish packaging, built indeed for a 150 buck mice. It is stiff, it is hard, and is pleasing to the eyes with the Spatha’s images all over its facade.

The back features more about the mouse’s well, features. Nothing over the top here, just full of things that Asus wants you to see.

A quick start guide together with a hard case, and a welcome note from Asus ROG are included in the setup. Nothing crazy, yet.

Once you open the hard pouch, which is cool by the way, you will be introduced to the many bundle the Asus ROG Spatha has to offer. That includes the dual Asus ROG sticker, the extra Omron switches, and the dual USB cables. The charging dock-slash RF receiver is also present here as well. Sweet baby GabeN.


The Asus ROG Spatha maintained the ROG appeal with its menacing looks and sexiness. That said, the Spatha will definitely score a perfect point to those who are looking for a uniquely styled gaming mouse. The thumb buttons are definitely one of the highlights here.

The Spatha is by no means an ambidextrous mice, as it features an asymmetrical design. With a length at around 5 inches, and a maximum width of 3.5 inches, this one is made for gamers with larger hands. The weight is also on the plus side at around 175 grams. This puts the Spatha on the list of the heaviest gaming mice that I tested so far and is definitely not geared for competitive gaming – where 100 grams and lighter gaming mice are required. Note that there is no way to lose that weight. Scroll wheel is definitely smooth with little resistance.

The mouse stands tall at around 1.75 inches on its highest point which is the height that you would normally expect for a mouse intended for palm grip gamers. Asus of course stated that it could be used by claw grip gamers as well which is kinda true if you have larger hands. I tried it, kinda works for me, but could be better. My hands are 6.5 inches in length and 4 inches in width for reference.

You can use the Spatha in both wired and wireless mode with a micro USB port that could be used to charge and connect the device. The port area has a proprietary design but you can use normal USB cables here if they are smaller than the said area. We are glad that Asus bundled Two USB cables here, with the braided cable longer than the normal one included.


The Spatha comes with four proprietary rubber padding. This makes it hard to look for replacements, but if you can’t, the magnesium alloy will probably do its job as a secondary gliding material. Do not take my word for it 100% though. Now as for the sensor, Asus slapped the Pixart ADNS 9800 to this mouse. It is a laser based sensor with loads of premium features suitable for wireless usage. Not the best sensor on my books though.

The Spatha can be easily disassembled by removing four Torx screws located around the sensor area. Asus provided a screw driver so it should be easy enough for you. Once removed, you’ll see the 1000 mAH battery, the guts, and the removable switches of the mouse. The right side grip of the mouse is removable as well so we might see thinner grip options in the near future. The default Omron switches are snappy, and has a good tactile feedback. Side buttons are nice to press as well.

The mouse, together with its magnetic docking bay is absolutely gorgeous. There is no reason not to use it really.

Overall, the Asus ROG Spatha features all the bells and whistles that you would expect for an Asus ROG mouse. Build quality, looks, and feature wise.


The Asus Armoury is an interesting software built specifically for the Spatha. It isn’t the flashiest we’ve seen but it does the job well by allowing us to customize the mouse with 6 profiles to choose from.

There are loads of settings that could be set per profile. That includes precise DPI/CPI control, polling rate, button response time, and even acceleration which is I doubt you require to play with. Per profile customization is good, but I do hope some of these could be adjusted without requiring to visit each and every profiles.

You can set custom RGB lighting combinations with the Spatha with 6 lighting effects. You can precisely choose the color you like via a color wheel or via an RGB color table.

Power savings can be set for the wireless mode as well with a battery meter that works with Window’s notifications.

One of the main features of this mouse are the buttons that could be mapped or bind macro functionalities. The Spatha has an onboard memory so you can pretty much bind anything you want, save it, and still use the function without reinstalling the software.

The Asus Armoury is pretty neat but it definitely could use some tweaking. Firmware update is odd for an instance, requiring us to manually update both the dock and mouse, plus it saves settings and initializes the Spatha in a slow fashion.


Testing gaming a mouse or any other optical device is difficult. It is mostly subjective, and is similar to testing head gears in a sense. That said, no mouse is perfect and the verdict will always depend on personal preference. With that in mind we are overhauling our testing methodology by following key pointer that should matter the most.


Do you play to win, requires MMO functionalities, or are you just looking for a comfortable mouse to play with on hours end? This small guide will help you look for the features you need the most. Do remember that this is based on our personal experience.

The Asus ROG Spatha is definitely built for the MMO crowd, and they managed to tick everything around this area if we are going to follow the prioritization based on the table above. Now let us check out the comfort, grip, and the best hand sizes for this mouse.


Your grip style, and hand size will heavily influence what mouse you should buy, so it is better to know both first hand. For an instance, my hand measures at 7 inches x 3.5 inches (LxW). This puts my hands on the small to medium size category. My style is fingertip grip, so I would generally look for a mouse with a small to medium foot print.

The Asus ROG Spatha is made for gamers with medium to large hands. That said, gamers with similar hand size as mine can’t really fingertip this one without touching the ROG logo area. In Asus’ defense, this is geared for palm grip and claw grip gamers so there’s that. As for comfort, this is hands down one of the best mouse to work with, on hours end. Now grip is personally not the best on my book, with slippery thumb buttons combined with a odd ring and pinky finger grip area. This is not a problem for gamers with large hands but this is generally not the best for my size grip wise.

2:1 is considered the best L:W ratio you need to look out for when buying a mouse. Basically, if you want a generally comfortable mouse with good grip, you’d want something near those measurements. For example, the Zowie ZA13 features a roughly 4.5 inch length with a 2 inch grip width – which puts it near to the ratio. The Asus ROG Spatha on the other hand features a 10:6 ratio, with a length at roughly 5 inches and a grip area at around 3 inches. That said, the shape isn’t really near the 2:1 ratio, nor safe by design but works well for Asus’ intended demographic.


For our subjective tests, we should first ensure that every optical mouse in review uses a universal or a consistent setting for comparison. That said, mouse sensitivity is set at 800 CPI, with Windows pointer speed set at 6/11. We also make sure that software acceleration is disabled, and the games tested has raw input enabled. For the record, if the mouse is able to utilize a 500 Hz polling rate, we will go with that setting as well.


Angle snapping is not a problem with this mouse, but it’s funny that Asus included a way to enable it via the Armoury software. Gliding performance on the other hand much depends on the surface, the padding, and the weight of the mouse. That said, it’s all good here with respectable resistance from the Asus ROG Sheath and our personal mouse pad.

Sensor tracking is good, and we specially tested it with Overwatch. It isn’t the best game to use the Spatha since it’s an FPS shooter but there are heroes that could use a good tracking performance such as Zarya and her beam weapon. Sensor precision on the other hand could be better, as small increments in mouse movement provides jittery results regardless of CPI levels and polling rate. This is present in both wired and wireless mode. It isn’t a deal breaking feature though.

Unwanted hardware acceleration is not a problem with this mouse. We tested it numerous times and there’s basically zero game breaking acceleration present on the Asus ROG Spatha. Lift off distance is good as well, with a minimum of 1.5mm based on our measurements. That’s a single stack of a DVD disc for comparison. Wireless lag is definitely not an issue here since we can get an average of 250ms of reaction time using the humanbenchmark reaction test. Result is comparable to our Zowie ZA13 but don’t take that 100% accurate because it isn’t really a scientific way to measure latency.

Now as for battery life, we could get a full 3 day of gaming goodness with the Asus ROG Spatha. That’s with full RGB lighting enabled, and you can definitely get better mileage by turning the LED off. Charging time is just around 2 hours or so since the charging dock features a 500 mA power rating. Wireless RF range is also good with a tested 16 feet of range. Pretty sure the Spatha can go higher than that but who would do it anyway.

Of course there are issues that needs to be dealt with. That includes the weight, the software, and the grip which is not really suitable for fast paced titles. Granted, I won a few competitive matches with this mouse but I highly doubt I could do better as time goes by. The grip just wont cut it in dire situations. Note that this is not a competitive mouse but I really do hope Asus will release a smaller and lighter variant with better grip for smaller hands. Not everyone plays MMO all the time anyway.

The Asus ROG Spatha might not be the mouse for competitive gaming but it sure ticks every aspect of a premium MMO gaming mouse. Providing great features for its intended audiences. This one sure is not for me though and could use a little tweak here and there. But, for its intents and purposes, this one will do the job with style.

Asus ROG SPATHA X Wireless Gaming Mouse Review

Asus has been kind enough to send in one of their new ROG Spatha X Wireless Gaming Mice for us to take a look at. Most recently, we have looked at their TUF Gaming K1 Keyboard and Gladius III mouse and were quite pleased with both. The ROG branding from Asus is known for its premium quality and design and the Spatha X is no exception. Designed with MMO gamers in mind who want to use a wireless mouse, the Spatha X features a 2.4 GHz connection, RGB lighting, 12 programmable buttons and even comes with included ROG Micro Switches that offer a lifetime of up to a 70million clicks! On paper, the Spatha X does look rather exceptional and while I am primarily an FPS gamer, I am looking forward to testing it out and seeing just what it has to offer. Wireless peripherals have come a long way in the past few years and I will be putting the ROG Spatha X to the test in several different games as well as using it for everyday/office use.,

ROG SPATHA X Packaging and Accessories

The front of the box is what we would expect to see from a ROG branded peripheral. A nice image of the Spatha X front and centre, a small sticker to say it is AURO Sync compatible and at the bottom, the name and a small icon to indicate that it is 2.4 GHz wireless-capable as well. Instead of overcrowding the front of the box with loads of info/logos/stickers, Asus goes with a more subtle look and lets the image of the product itself do the talking.

However, moving onto the backside and there is quite a bit more information here. Asus has broken down the mouse into bullet points so you can see some of the main features it has to offer. This explains most of what the Spatha X has to offer but instead of ruining all the fun this early, we will move along and explain all of this in more detail as we get to it.

Opening up the box and everything is very well packaged, no real surprise there, though! Asus has even gone ahead and added custom shaped foam to ensure that the Spatha X doesn’t bounce around during any shipping. This is going to make it so that the Spatha X shows up to you in factory new condition and is great to see! A lot of companies tend to overlook smaller details like the inner packaging of a products box but not Asus when it comes to their ROG branded gear!

Asus has even included a little carry pouch for your new Spatha X. While most may not make use of this, those who travel and plan on taking their mouse with them will appreciate it.

Once the stand is put together, it won’t take up much room at all on your desk.

The USB cable is going to connect to the back of it and the stand has a nice little cable management slot so you can keep your desktop as clean looking as possible.

When it’s time for a break or you just need to charge your Spatha X, simply put it on the stand and it will use the magnetic connectivity to hold it in place while it charges.

There is a small LED indicator on the bottom of the charging base that will let you know when the mouse is connected and charging.

ROG SPATHA X Closer Look

The Spatha X is all black and features the ROG EYES on the butt of the mouse as I like to call it! It has a lot of hard lines and angles on it with some curves thrown in for good measure. While this picture may not shot it, this mouse is rather large compared to most normal mice that only have the two extra buttons by your thumb.

As this is a right-handed mouse, most of the buttons are on the side where your thumb will rest. Directly, where your thumb will be are 6 fully programmable buttons that can be customised for in and out of game use. While the main function of this mouse is for gaming, it does come in handy for video editing and I would imagine all types of editing. Having the buttons right on the mouse not only allowed me to best my foes in-game, but it also allowed me to, break, select and cut videos without the need for using any keyboard keys! Some people will look at products like this and think ugh, gamer crap etc but they have so much more functionality to offer for loads of users, not just gamers.

There are a couple of more customizable buttons up by your index finger, in addition to the two normal buttons most mice have. Now, with these and in my testing specifically, I did find it a bit hard/awkward to hit the furthermost button. Now, it still came in handy for me but was set to something I wouldn’t use a lot but would still need from time to time. For me to use it, I had to raise the palm of my hand off the mouse completely and move it forward a bit which just feels quite odd and is not something I would want to do too many times.

On the very front of the mouse we have the USB-C connector should you want to use the Spatha X in full wired mode. This is in the same location as a standard mouse would have its wire so it shouldn’t cause any issues. In this photo, we can also get a nice look at the pattern on the scroll wheel which, while it may seem irrelevant speaks volumes about the attention to detail Asus pays to its products.

The side of the mouse where your ring finger and pinky will sit may not feature any extra buttons, but it does have a nice place to rest your ring finger and a bit of a small grip for your pinky. You will also notice that the small grip area features the same pattern as the scroll wheel. Again, those small details that help bring everything together can have such a big impact on a product like this.

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Flipping the Spatha X onto its back and we can see its underside. There are four small rubber circle pads that once removed, reveal screws that you can take out to take the mouse apart. This will allow users a pretty straightforward way to disassemble the mouse so they can change the switches and make use of the ROG Micro Switch and its 70 million click lifespan.

The Spatha X comes with a 19,000 DPI optical sensor that also features a 400IPS max speed and a 50G acceleration. These things all combined are a major part of what allows the Spatha X to have such accuracy and make it so there is no input lag and the mouse response instantly when you move it. We can also see the power and pair buttons for the Spatha X so we can get it up and running. The two small gold looking pads above the power button are going to be our charging points and when they make contact with the base, they will charge the battery on the Spatha X, getting it ready for your next battle.


The Spatha X has three main RGB zones. One is the logo on the butt of the mouse, one on the scroll wheel and the other is where the six programmable buttons by your thumb are, when they are all lit up it does look quite nice!

I love a good RGB lit logo! Allows you to customize it to the colour you prefer and helps a logo as iconic as the ROG EYES stick out!

The scroll wheel has some nice illumination on each side of it and even the DPI switch has a bit of lighting to it. The DPI switch will change colours to let you know what profile is selected, all of which is fully customizable in the Armoury Crate application.

This has to be my favourite RGB zone on the Spatha X. Just think it looks cool when all lit up at night! I am a fan of LEDs and have been since way before they were imp0leted on PC peripherals for RGB lighting.

Asus Armoury Crate Software

I’m not going to go into much detail on the Armoury Crate but below are a few images of what it has to offer. There are different tabs so you can more easily customize your Buttons, performance, lighting, calibration and power options. All of it is very straightforward and quite easy to use and can be downloaded directly from the Support Tab of the Spatha X product page.



Currently available for £135.65 on Amazon UK and around 141 on Amazon US, The Spatha X is one of the best MMO gaming mice currently on the market. As we have seen, it has loads of features and looks amazing. Coming with a crazy 12 programmable buttons, it will help you in the heat of battle. The Armoury Crate software also makes it very easy to customize the Spatha X so you can get the most out of it. The price tag may seem like a lot at first but when you consider all the features the Spatha X has to offer and combine that with its impeccable design, it is easily justified.

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The Spatha X is designed for those who need to get the absolute most from their mouse. Asus have done their best to think of everything and it seems they did a good job. Plenty of programmable buttons, RGB lighting and a magnetic charger stand so the mouse doesn’t take up much room on your desk when charging are just some of the features the Spath X has to offer. You can easily change the switches and the overall quality of the Spatha X is amazing, it’s not cheap and frail and it will stand up well during the heat of battle. Everything down to the matching pattern that is used on the grip areas has been thought of and who could forget the finger placements being laid out to offer as much comfort as possible.


The performance is stunning! Whether playing your favourite MMO or even fast-paced FPS games, the Spatha X doesn’t miss a trick or an enemy in this case. I play a bit of Quake Live and find this one of the best ways to test new peripherals as it is the fastest-paced game I play and can really put a mouse sensor to the test. Accurate tracking is a must for me and the Spatha X has this down with no issues at all. When it comes to MMO this is equally as important and the extra buttons allowing you to easily switch between weapons/tools/inventory makes this so much more enjoyable! As mentioned, I also used the Spatha X for a bit of video editing and even that made my life so much easier as those extra buttons by your thumb are worth their weight in gold. The battery life is impressive as well, while I couldn’t quite track it accurately to see if the 67-hour claim by Asus stood up, I can say I do believe it will. Of course, real-world usage can differ and once the battery has been drained and charged a few good times it may not last quite as long but I wouldn’t worry too much about that. In my testing, the battery held up for days on end and I simply just keep the second USB cable handy should it start to get low during a game, simply just plug it in and keep going!

The Asus ROG Spatha X Wireless Gaming Mouse has a lot to offer. While designed with MMO gamers in mind, most anyone can make use of the extra buttons and the easy to use software to customize them is a plus. The performance is great and it looks cool as well which is always important when it comes to new gaming peripherals!


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Many thanks to Asus for sending in a sample of their Spatha X Wireless Gaming Mouse.

ASUS ROG Spatha X Mouse Review

Asus ROG Spatha X Wireless Gaming Mouse

Wireless gaming mouse with dual-mode connectivity (wired / 2.4 GHz) with magnetic charging stand, 12 programmable buttons, specially tuned ROG 19,000 dpi sensor, Exclusive Push-Fit Switch Sockets, ROG Micro Switches, ROG Paracord and Aura Sync RGB lighting.

  • Programmable 12-button design with advanced customization options
  • Increased flexibility — play in wired or wireless RF 2.4 GHz modes
  • Industry-leading 19,000 dpi optical sensor, plus 1000 Hz polling rate in both 2.4 GHz and wired modes
  • Up to 67 hours of battery life in wireless mode with RGB off
  • Exclusive push-fit switch sockets to customize click force and extend the lifespan of the mouse
  • ROG Micro Switches offer consistent click force and 70-million-click lifespan
  • Pivoted button mechanism for faster and more responsive mouse clicks
  • DPI On-The-Scroll enables effortless accuracy adjustments
  • ROG Paracord ensures a swift and smooth glide
  • Exclusive Armoury Crate software for intuitive configuration of settings

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ROG Spatha X Wireless RGB Optical Gaming Mouse, Black

Get into the fight with ROG Spatha X. This wireless gaming mouse features dual-mode connectivity, allowing you to play wirelessly via RF 2.4 GHz or traditionally with a wired USB-C connection. A specially tuned 19,000 dpi sensor lets you take down opponents swiftly with extreme accuracy, while 12 programmable buttons ensure all commands are at your fingertips. In addition, ROG Spatha X features exclusive push-fit switch sockets, ROG Micro Switch, Aura Sync RGBs, and a magnetic charging dock.

Dual-Mode Connectivity

Dual-mode connectivity lets you play your way. ROG Spatha X utilizes an RF 2.4 GHz connection with high data throughput to ensure your commands are tracked accurately in-game. And once the battery runs out, just hook it up and continue the fight while charging, all without losing responsiveness and performance.

Ultimate Accuracy

A highly tuned 19,000 dpi optical sensor delivers unrivaled accuracy to give you the precision needed to take down opponents.

Up to 12 Programmable Buttons

The 12 programmable buttons on ROG Spatha X put a myriad of commands in the palm of your hand, with six side buttons arranged to resemble the iconic ROG eye. The placement of each button has been carefully considered so they’re within reach, and all have been designed to provide a tactile click feel for intuitive, responsive control.

Advanced Power Solution

ROG Spatha X offers phenomenal battery life, giving you up to 67 hours of play time on a full charge. And if the battery does run low, just 15 minutes of charging via USB-C or the charging dock provides up to 12 hours of intense wireless gaming.

Tests performed with Aura lighting and Battery Notification mode turned off. Battery life may vary in real-world conditions.

ROG Micro Switches

The ROG Micro Switch features a gold-plated electro-junction and a 70-million-click lifespan to improve durability and extend the lifespan of the mouse. Strict ROG manufacturing standards ensure that each mouse button keeps force deviation within /- 5 gram-force for a consistent click feel.

Exclusive Push-Fit Switch Socket

Exclusive push-fit switch sockets make it easy to drop in new switches — so you can tailor operating force and feedback to preference, or replace worn or broken switches.

DPI On-The-Scroll

A unique DPI On-The-Scroll feature lets you easily adjust mouse sensitivity without accessing software. Just press and hold the DPI button for three seconds and then spin the scroll wheel and click the button again to set and save the sensitivity level. You can also just click the button to cycle through four different DPI levels.

ROG Paracord

The extremely flexible and lightweight ROG Paracord is designed to minimize snags and maximize movement. The raised port of ROG Spatha X provides space between the cable and tabletop or mousepad surface, minimizing cable drag and noise.

AURA RGB Lighting

ROG Aura RGB lighting is integrated into the logo, the scroll wheel and side buttons of ROG Spatha X. Lighting can be customized with a near-endless spectrum of colors and a range of dynamic effects. In addition, up to five profiles can be stored onboard, so your preferences travel with you.

Armoury Crate

Armoury Crate is an enhanced driver-based, peripherals-configuration utility that offers extensive controls. An intuitive UI lets you easily tune ROG Spatha X to suit your gameplay style. adjust performance and surface calibration settings, program and map buttons, customize lighting effects, and more. You can even track hardware stats during gameplay for data analysis.


Make and Model

Part Number

Design / Type


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Wireless Connection


Battery Life

Polling Rate






Asus ROG Spatha X Wireless Optical Gaming Mouse w/ Aura Sync RGB Lighting
Ergonomic, Right-Handed, For MMO game type Contoured shape and rubber side grips Grip Style: Palm
12 programmable buttons
ROG Micro Switches (70 million clicks lifespan)
19,000 dpi
400 IPS
Armoury Crate
Aura Sync RGB lighting
Wireless / Wired
USB 2.0
RF 2.4GHz
Rechargeable Li-Polymer battery
Approx. up to 67 hours (with RGB off) Battery life depends on usage settings and other factors.
1,000 Hz ultrapolling
2m Paracord cable
Matte Top Cover
137 x 89 x 45 mm
Approx. 168g

Package Contents

  • Asus ROG Spatha X Wireless RGB Optical Gaming Mouse, Black
  • Wireless receiver/ Charging dock
  • Paracord Type-C to USB Cable (2m)
  • 2 x ROG Micro Switches
  • 1 x Screwdriver
  • 1 x ROG Sticker
  • Travel Pouch
  • Quick Start Guide
  • Warranty Information
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