ROG announces new Moon Blade 2 ACE gaming mouse weighing 55 grams and 42,000 DPI

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ROG announces new Moon Blade 2 ACE gaming mouse weighing 55 grams and 42,000 DPI

ROG (Republic of Gamers) is preparing to release the Moon Blade 2 ACE gaming mouse, which features a powerful sensor and ultra-lightweight design for maximum performance and comfort. This mouse comes with a bunch of nice little extras that make it quite an attractive purchase for those looking to upgrade their computer fleet. According to the company, the launch of this mouse is not far off.

The main feature of the Moon Blade 2 ACE is the all-new ROG AimPoint Pro 42K sensor, a powerful sensor with a resolution of 42,000 DPI and a maximum tracking speed of 750 IPS. This means precise control and responsiveness, which is crucial for competitive eSports. ROG claims that the sensor also minimizes CPI deviation to 1%, ensuring that your in-game movements are accurately reflected on the screen.

During intense gaming sessions, comfort is key, and Moon Blade 2 ACE delivers with its ergonomic right-handed design. It also debuts ROG’s first optical microswitches, which promise a pleasant click feel and an impressive 100 million clicks lifespan.

But the real star of the show might be the weight. Thanks to the use of environmentally friendly, bio-based nylon materials and a sophisticated PCB design, ROG has achieved an incredibly lightweight design at just 55 grams. This means easy handling and less fatigue during long gaming marathons.


The Moon Blade 2 ACE caters to a variety of connectivity preferences. It supports wired Type-C, Bluetooth and 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity. The wireless version boasts impressive performance: ROG SpeedNova technology minimizes latency and improves stability, while the frame rate acceleration technology delivers lightning-fast 4K wireless refresh rates (along with 8K wired refresh rates). Thanks to ROG‘s Omni technology, pairing with multiple devices is also a breeze.

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