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Pictured: ASUS ROG peripherals and its internals

ASUS has some interesting peripherals on display so we went down to check them out, internals and all.

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Published Tue, Jun 2 2015 4:49 PM CDT   |   Updated Mon, Oct 19 2020 8:16 PM CDT

Computex 2015 - We broke news recently of ASUS releasing a new Republic Of Gamers (ROG) series of keyboards and mice and now we've headed down on the ground in Taipei to check them out.

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Pictured here is the Spatha wireless and wired gaming mouse designed with MMO games in mind, the Gladius gaming mouse and the Sica compact mouse designed for both left and right handed gamers.

ASUS does something a little different from the rest, allowing you to take a look inside its mouse to see exactly how it works alongside providing a few Omron mouse switch examples for inspection.

Next up is the ROG mechanical keyboard which seems to be Corsair design inspired and features a different way to control features, seeing a function key manage your lighting levels, modes, CPU and RAM overclocking.

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