ASUS ROG officially reveal the Strix Carry mouse on the stage at Las Vegas. The Strix Carry is a wireless mouse and is smaller in size to allow users to carry it from one place to another without a hassle.
The Carry sports the Pixart PMW3330 optical sensor, which is also the sensor used in the ROG Pugio. The sensor allows up to 7200 DPI for smooth gaming, and a button behind the click wheel allows the changing of DPI settings on the go. In addition to the left- and right-click buttons, the DPI switcher, and a clickable wheel, left-side navigation buttons are mounted high up on the chassis.
The Strix Carry uses wireless Bluetooth connectivity of upto 2.4 GHz, allowing more than 200 hours of playing time. The Omron switches used in the mouse under the primary right- and left-click buttons are rated for 50 million clicks. Despite the switches being extremely durable in nature, the mouse comes with the option to change switches.
The ROG Strix Carry is one of the many products ASUS ROG had for reveal at CES 2019.