It seems that the majority of technology companies are tackling the peripheral market these days, with GIGABYTE pushing hard on its self-named and AUROS gaming gear, Tt eSPORTS and Corsair making the leap a few years ago and further companies such as ASUS its ROG division slowly slipping into the market.
ASUS has now presented us with the announcement of its Sica White gaming mouse, including 1000Hz polling rate, a 5000DPI optical sensor, Omron switches for durability and an ambidextrous design.
Without any shelf date or price announced in the recent press release, ASUS tells us that this mouse comes attached with its Armoury software, allowing users to change macros, performance settings and lighting effects - saving in the mouse memory for later use.
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