ASUS ROG Spatha Wireless Gaming Mouse Review
A mouse is only as good as its software and the ROG Armoury combines simplicity with power. You can adjust all the things you'd expect such as button configuration, sensor sensitivity and polling rate. Additionally you can fine tune the angle snapping feature which helps you keep a straight line even if you're slightly off with your accuracy, as well as button response times and the sensitivity curve under acceleration and deceleration. In short, if you want control over a particular element then the Spatha has it in spades.
The lighting is as fully featured as the rest of the Spatha. You can have the lighting demonstrate the current battery level, or pulse between colours of your choice, or cycle or or or. It doesn't stop. If you can dream it, you can do it.
The macro editor might not be the most comprehensive we've ever seen but it does the job well enough and, with the onboard memory, you can take all of your settings with you wherever you go.