The ASUS ROG Pugio’s push-to-fit design for micro-switches is a wonderful feature for power users who would love to have the flexibility of picking between two different micro-switches. Both of them have their advantage and disadvantage, also giving owners the scope of having spare switches in case the default ones are damaged. In terms of build quality, the body is sturdy with no audible sensor rattle. We would have preferred a bigger surface area for the mouse feet, but that is subjective and the mouse was still able to maintain a smooth glide over cloth pads. There are three RGB lighting zones on the mouse with a beautiful LED strip on the bottom. The ROG Armoury software lets you control the lighting effects along with macros, acceleration, key functions, etc. These settings can be stored in three profiles on the mouse which can be toggled from the mouse itself. Although the features, build quality, and design score well in our tables, the mouse fails to offer great sensor performance. We observed several anomalies during our benchmarks and they have been discussed in more detail in the performance section.
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