Anyone that was turned off by the black-and-red color scheme of Asus' ROG Sica gaming mouse now has a new option to consider. The company has released a version of the Sica that comes in white. This version maintains the minimalist approach that caught our eye on the original Sica.
If you're not already familiar, the Sica is an ambidextrous mouse that offers users just two buttons and a mouse wheel. The mouse ships with Omron switches that can swapped out if you prefer the feel and response of a different switch, or if you somehow manage to run over the switches' rated 20-million-click lifespan. The Sica's sides are rubberized to ensure a sure grip, while the mouse's Teflon feet minimize friction.
To ensure precise tracking, the Sica mouse houses a 5000 DPI optical sensor capable of tracking speeds upwards of 130 inches per second and accelerations up to 30 gs. Asus hasn't indicated pricing and availability, but the black version of the ROG Sica sells for $60.
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