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Review | Asus ROG Pugio II Wireless Gaming Mouse

The ROG Pugio is one of the very fist ambidextrous gaming mice from Asus. The first model came out in 2017, featuring a somewhat edgy ambidextrous design. I mean it looks like a car at certain angles – with RGB in tow.

Now, what we have here for review is the 2nd generation model, the Pugio II. This is a wireless gaming mouse, featuring the popular PMW3335 sensor with a tamer shell design. A contrast compared to the older Pugio with a wired only mode and the older PMW3330 on top of its attention seeking design.

Technical Specifications

Mouse
Size Medium-Large
Design Ambidextrous
Macro Yes
Profile Yes
Software Yes
Interface RF 2.4GHz, Bluetooth, USB 2.0
Polling Rate 125-1000Hz
Lighting RGB
Switch Omron D2FC-F-K, Omron D2F-01F (Extra)
Buttons 9 (7 programmable)
Cable Length 2m (TPE)
Feet PTFE
Sensor
Model Pixart PAW3335
DPI 100-16000 DPI
Speed 400IPS/40G
Dimensions
Length 126mm
Width 65mm (Max), 57mm (Grip)
Height 40mm
Weight 102g

Packaging and Accessories

Asus packed the Pugio II Wireless inside the usual ROG mice packaging. The following items should be located inside:

  • ROG Pugio II mouse
  • USB Dongle
  • Accessory box
  • 2x Japanese-made Omron mouse switches
  • 4x Swappable side button covers
  • Customizable badge
  • Switch tweezer
  • 2-meter USB cable
  • ROG logo sticker
  • User documentation
  • Warranty card

Asus always has a way to impress consumers with their packaging’s contents. This one is no exception.

Design and Connectivity

As said earlier, the Pugio II is nothing like its predecessor. It is a curvier device, resembling the recently released ROG Keris but without the left side bias for its ambidextrous design. This is a medium to large mouse with a decent weight of about 102 grams. Just a gram lighter compared to the older model.

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There are 9 buttons found within the mouse and 7 of them are fully customizable – minus the dedicated DPI and the pairing buttons. Pressing the main buttons felt tactile enough but it couldn’t beat the Keris on this one. Left navigation buttons on the other hand are a bit wobbly and too soft for my liking – a combination I hated the most. The middle mouse button? Good enough.

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The grip area has these serrations with a modest vertical curve and a more pronounced horizontal one. Asus also pre-installed the protruding side buttons as the default so better change these to the more flushed ones to avoid accidental clicks.

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Now as for the scroll wheel, it is a detent based one. No infinity scroll support here – yet. We got USB Type-C connectivity here though which is always a nice thing to see.

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Skates are proprietary and hard to replicate. In Asus’ defense, you could use the small PTFE ones usually found on eBay. It just wont look good.

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It is also worthy to note that the Pugio II comes with a 2 meter TPE data cable. Though it is not easy to mend according to your liking. This mouse makes just a bit of noise when griped really hard, but the shell doesn’t flex. No wobbling mechanical parts too when shaken.

Physical Layout, Functionality and Ergonomics

Your grip and aiming style are important things to consider when looking for a mouse. There are three basic types of grips here; the palm, claw and fingertip grip. Fingertip grip is generally preferred when aiming with the wrist, while palm grip is the choice when aiming with the arm. Claw grip is middle ground options for both aiming styles. Of course, you could go with a hybrid of any grip types and aiming styles if the combination suits you best.

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Your hand size also influences what mouse you should buy on top of your grip and aiming style. For an instance, my hands measures at 76.2mm (3″) in width. This puts my hands on the medium size category. My style is finger-tip grip, so I would generally look for a mouse with a small to medium foot print.

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The ROG Pugio II feature a length of roughly 126mm and a grip area of about 57mm. The highest point of the shell is at 40mm. This is a high back with a center point bias and a gradual curve to boot.

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Product Length (mm) Width (mm) Height (mm) Weight (g)
Asus ROG Pugio II Wireless 126 57 40 102
Asus ROG Keris Wireless 118 62 (55) 39 79
Fantech HELIOS XD3 PRO Wireless 120 58 (54) 38 83
Asus ROG Strix Impact II Wireless 120 62 38.6 93
Asus ROG Strix Carry 101 62 36 72.9
Asus ROG Chakram 132.7 76.6 42.8 121.6
Galax Xanova Mensa Pro 115 168 39 126
Asus ROG Gladius II Wireless 126 67 45 130
Asus ROG Strix Evolve 125 65 41 100
Thermaltake Nemesis Switch 111 88.5 38.9 112
ADATA XPG Infarex M20 132 69 43.5 160
HyperX Pulsefire FPS 127.6 71.1 41.9 95
Logitech G603 124 68 43 88.9

Weight is about 103 grams which is leaning towards the heavier side. While its shape and dimensions suggests that it is a medium sized mouse, this mouse is definitely built for medium to larger hands.

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Product Palm Claw Finger
Asus ROG Pugio II Wireless ML ML ML
Asus ROG Keris Wireless SML SML SML
Fantech HELIOS XD3 PRO Wireless SML SML SML
Asus ROG Strix Impact II Wireless SML SML SML
Asus ROG Strix Carry SM SM SM
Asus ROG Chakram ML ML ML
Galax Xanova Mensa Pro SML SML SML
Asus ROG Gladius II Wireless SML SML SML
Asus ROG Strix Evolve SML SML SML
Thermaltake Nemesis Switch ML ML ML
ADATA XPG Infarex M20 ML ML ML
HyperX Pulsefire FPS ML ML ML
Logitech G603 SML SML SML

The Asus ROG Pugio II Wireless is perfectly suitable for the three basic grip styles if you have medium to larger hands. If you have smaller hands, chances are, you could still try palm and claw grip styles (with a bit of discomfort) but finger gripping is almost impossible due to its length.

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The mouse is also great for arm aiming and is planted enough for extended arm swipes. The weight is biased around the rear at its thinnest grip area so if you’re aiming with your wrist, this should be kind of a plus.

Test Setup and Methodology

Testing a gaming mouse is not that difficult, but it is mostly subjective; similar to testing head gears in a sense. That said, no mouse is perfect and the verdict usually depends on personal preferences. With that in mind, we overhauled our testing methodology by following key pointers that should matter the most. To keep our test methodology simple and free of extra variables, please note the following software and configurations used for the review.

Test Setup
Pointer Speed 6/11, EPP Disabled
Sensitivity 800 DPI
Polling Rate 1000Hz
Software MouseTester V1.5.3

DPI Range and Accuracy

DPI accuracy is checked with the MouseTester V1.5.3 while the mouse is rigged on a camera slider with a DPI level of 800 DPI. Anything under 3% is considered accurate.

Product Min DPI Max DPI DPI Accuracy
Asus ROG Pugio II Wireless 100 1600 2.2%
Asus ROG Keris Wireless 100 1600 1.3%
Fantech HELIOS XD3 PRO Wireless 100 16000 1.3%
Asus ROG Strix Impact II Wireless 100 16000 1.1%
Asus ROG Strix Carry 50 7200 1.2%
Asus ROG Chakram 100 16000 1.6%
Galax Xanova Mensa Pro 50 16000 1.4%
Asus ROG Gladius II Wireless 100 16000 1.5%
Asus ROG Strix Evolve 50 7200 1.5%
Thermaltake Nemesis Switch 400 12000 1.1%
ADATA XPG Infarex M20 400 5000 1.1%
HyperX Pulsefire FPS 200 16000 1.1%
Logitech G603 200 12000 1.6%

DPI level at the designated 800 DPI standard is actually higher than what’s written on the settings. Shouldn’t be much of an issue though since we’re still below the 3% mark. For reference, that’s 817.6 DPI at 800 DPI. You may adjust this via the Asus Armoury Crate software.

Polling Rate Range and Performance

Polling Rate of the device is evaluated with the MouseTester V1.5.3 at the 800 DPI level. This is to check the average update rate performance at 1000Hz if possible.

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Product Min Polling (Hz) Max Polling (Hz) Performance
Asus ROG Pugio II Wireless 125 1000 Average
Asus ROG Keris Wireless 125 1000 Good
Fantech HELIOS XD3 PRO Wireless 125 1000 Average
Asus ROG Strix Impact II Wireless 125 1000 Average
Asus ROG Strix Carry 125 1000 Average
Asus ROG Chakram 125 1000 Average
Galax Xanova Mensa Pro 125 1000 Good
Asus ROG Gladius II Wireless 125 1000 Good
Asus ROG Strix Evolve 125 1000 Average
Thermaltake Nemesis Switch 125 2000 Average
ADATA XPG Infarex M20 125 1000 Average
HyperX Pulsefire FPS 1000 1000 Great
Logitech G603 125 1000 Great

Polling performance is just average for both the wired and wireless modes. Report rate actually dips below 600Hz and at worst, 500Hz.

Sensor Quality and Performance

With a sensitivity of 800 DPI, the sensor is also checked with the MouseTester V1.5.3. Our aim is to check out the sensor’s performance – to look for reporting inconsistencies such as smoothing and unintended acceleration. The sensor quality is also taken into account based on its specifications and the general public opinion.

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Product Sensor IPS/G LOD (mm) Performance
Asus ROG Pugio II Wireless PAW3335 400/40 1-2 Good
Asus ROG Keris Wireless PAW3335 400/40 1-2 Great
Fantech HELIOS XD3 PRO Wireless PAW3335 400/20 1.5 Average
Asus ROG Strix Impact II Wireless PAW3335 400/40 1-2 Average
Asus ROG Strix Carry PMW3330 150/30 1.2 Good
Asus ROG Chakram PWM3360 400/40 1.2 Average
Galax Xanova Mensa Pro PMW3389 400/50 1.2 Good
Asus ROG Gladius II Wireless PMW3389 400/50 1.2 Good
Asus ROG Strix Evolve PMW3330 150/30 1 Good
Thermaltake Nemesis Switch PWM3360 250/40 1 Good
ADATA XPG Infarex M20 PMW3325 100/20 1.2 Great
HyperX Pulsefire FPS PWM3310 130/20 1.2 Great
Logitech G603 Hero 400/40 1.2 Great

Sensor performance is good – except for the wired mode for unknown reasons. Report counts are all over the place here regardless of ports and settings used.

Wireless is better but report counts gets worst as you extend the range. I wouldn’t use this mouse over greater distances. 3 feet away from the dongle is the maximum I would allow personally.

Software, Lighting and Special Features

The Asus ROG Pugio II Wireless comes with support for the Asus Armoury Crate software. There are 6 sub menus here, starting with the Buttons menu. This one allows you to create macros, swap buttons, bind keyboard buttons, Windows functions and add application shortcuts. This software is a must to get the most out of the mouse.

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The Performance menu is where you could change the DPI presets along with the option to change the polling rate, button response and enable angle snapping. You could set profiles here to fit your needs. For example, a low power profile with 125Hz polling could be made if you do not wish to pair this in Bluetooth mode for energy saving.

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Lighting is up next. We have basic effects here that could be optimized as well. I’m not a fan of RGB lighting so you’ll have to visit the product page for more details about these effects. I like the addition of battery mode though. Of course, the Pugio II is also Asus AURA Sync compatible.

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If you are looking for the LOD, it is located on the Calibration menu. No surface calibration here which is a bummer. Just the LOD adjustment itself with two options – Low and High. That’s 1mm and 2mm Lift Off Distance options.

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Power is where you could check your device’s battery capacity. You may even set the sleep mode here. 3 minutes works best for my usage – similar to my setup with the ROG Impact II and Strix Carry.

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Lighting effects are okay I guess? Definitely not as impressive as the previous model’s approach. For an instance, the translucent shell design diffuses the ROG logo’s glow so much to the point that it looks blurred. The under glow is also less noticeable compared to the older unit.

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Now it is worthy to mention that the Asus ROG Pugio II Wireless comes nice bundles. That includes the case for the extra switches, buttons and even a tweezer. There’s also a thin plastic sheet for the logo area and a thick case badge because… why not?

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Removing the top shell requires zero tools but you have to remove the two screws to access the switches. Side buttons are magnetically attached so just use the tweezers to change or remove them as needed.

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Battery life is modest. Maximum run time is at 58 hours. That’s with the RGB lighting disabled and at a polling rate of 1000Hz.

Final Thoughts

The Asus ROG Pugio II Wireless is an okay mouse. Nothing’s really exceptional about it except for maybe the bundles, features and shape that is appropriate for medium to larger hands. If you also like a heavier mouse but with an ergonomic shape fit for both left and right handers then maybe this is for you.

Performance, while not concerning is just decent. Definitely use this wireless and try to figure out on your own how to stabilize its polling rate when plugged in. I really tried everything here and I still can’t point out how it managed to output such a mediocre wired performance.

Priced at around 4,990 Pesos, the ROG Pugio II Wireless is not something I would buy personally speaking. This is made for consumers who wants a medium to large ambidextrous mouse filled with features so heavy, the mouse manifested them via its weight. Kidding aside, this is still a good wireless gaming mouse with that famous ROG badge.

Asus ROG Pugio II gaming mouse review: “straightforward but effective ambidextrous control

The logical next step for the Pugio line, this sequel blends customizability and connectivity for an excellent optical gaming mouse.

Cons

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The Asus ROG Pugio II has a lot to live up to. The original ROG Pugio was a pretty solid optical gaming mouse, one of the few of its kind from big-name manufacturers due to a symmetrical design that made it as comfortable for left-handed folks as it was for ‘normal’ people. Ahem. This reviewer is, in fact, a leftie, and found the original Pugio a very well-designed mouse, albeit one without much in the way of additional features.

The Asus ROG Pugio II, on the other hand, has plenty; a revolutionized new edition that combines tri-mode wireless connectivity with a high-performance optical sensor to produce a mouse that feels great to use.

Features

The main selling point here is the tri-mode connectivity, which allows the mouse to be connected via Bluetooth, USB dongle, or wired connection. The former is a good choice. the wireless connection utilises an ultra-fast 2.4GHz link for minimum input latency.

Swapping between those modes is done via a switch on the base of the mouse, where Bluetooth pairing and DPI control buttons are located as well. And if you want to increase sensitivity? The mouse cycles between up to 5 DPI presets, with some further customisation available in the ROG Armory software (the inability to adjust sensitivity on-the-fly without turning over the mouse might prove frustrating for some gamers, though).

As for other features, the ROG Pugio II also hosts a battery with power-saving modes, pivoted button mechanisms, and swappable button switches, allowing you to adjust the feel of your clicks or repair a damaged switch as needed. However, be aware that the mouse does have to be taken apart to do this; it’s not designed to come apart without tools.

Design

As I mentioned, the ROG Pugio II has a symmetrical design allowing for ambidextrous use. It’s relatively comfortable and compact, sitting beneath the palm of the hand. I did miss the presence of a thumb rest, but that would’ve been practically impossible to implement on both sides of the mouse. The look of the mouse on the whole is relatively simplistic, then, with textured segments on both sides to improve grip.

The RGB lighting is good too, with a Republic of Gamers logo shining through the translucent grey plastic body and around the base. This can be fully customised through Asus’ ROG Armory software.

Meanwhile, the buttons feel sturdy and the scroll wheel has equally solid construction, with a textured rubberised rim. The two buttons on either side are a bit small, but can be deactivated as necessary depending on whether you’re using a left- or right-handed configuration. It’s effective, and was perfectly comfortable to use for hours in my left hand.

However, I was less impressed with charging. The mouse charges via USB-C, and the shaped port means you’re forced to use the included cable; a somewhat frustrating design choice.

Performance

The ROG Pugio II performs well, but I’d expect as much from an expensive mouse like this. The optical sensor has a sensitivity of up to 16,000 DPI, fairly standard for gaming mice these days, and it certainly feels good to use.

The 2.4GHz connection worked a charm as well, ensuring that there was no noticeable latency whatsoever in my tests (the 2.4GHz also benefits from an improved range). The wired and Bluetooth modes proved equally effective, although the Bluetooth would occasionally drop out every now and then.

My main beef with the Pugio II was how long the setup took. At first, the Bluetooth mode wouldn’t connect, so I swapped over to the 2.4GHz USB dongle. This worked fine, but installing and setting up the ROG Armory software took more than ten minutes and required a full system restart. That’s far from ideal.

It doesn’t negate what is otherwise a great little mouse, though. it’s both responsive and comfortable, which is the most important thing.

Overall

The ROG Pugio II is perfectly competent, and certainly the best gaming mouse we’ve seen for a while when it comes to ambidextrous users. Its lightweight, symmetrical design places comfort and speed over control, which MMO and MOBA fans are likely to find disappointing. If you’re a leftie like me, though, it’s perfect.

This is also a decent choice for pairing with a gaming laptop, since it’s relatively compact and the USB dongle can be stored easily inside the body of the mouse. At this price it’s a tad on the expensive side, but the solid build quality means that this mouse will last you a while. Be sure to check out some of our favorite models in our guide to the best wireless gaming mouse.

Asus ROG Pugio II Wireless gaming mouse Radio Optical Black 7 Buttons 16000 dpi Backlit

Three connection modesThe ROG Pugio II offers full flexibility when choosing the connection option and supports ultra-fast 2.4 GHz, energy-efficient Bluetooth LE or wired USB. A convenient switch on the bottom enables a lightning-fast switching be…

Three connection modesThe ROG Pugio II offers full flexibility when choosing the connection option and supports ultra-fast 2.4 GHz, energy-efficient Bluetooth LE or wired USB. A convenient switch on the bottom enables a lightning-fast switching be…

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Three connection modesThe ROG Pugio II offers full flexibility when choosing the connection option and supports ultra-fast 2.4 GHz, energy-efficient Bluetooth LE or wired USB. A convenient switch on the bottom enables a lightning-fast switching between 2.4 GHz or energy-saving Bluetooth LE for maximum battery power.

SmartHop technologyThe ROG Pugio II analyzes the frequency spectrum thousands of times per second and uses the Asus SmartHop technology, in order to detect and avoid the overload and interferences, which occur in the 2.4 GHz Band. In this way, the mouse can seamlessly and in real time switch to the least busy channels to ensure a strong, stable connection, no matter where you go or which other devices are in your vicinity.

Combat-ready precisionWe have developed the ROG Pugio II for elite gamers. It has a high-end optical sensor with 16,000 dpi for maximum precision, a speed of up to 400 inches per second (ips) and up to 40g acceleration. The pivot-button mechanism provides thereby for short reaction times and a precise performance. so that the victory lies firmly in your hand.

Configurable magnetic side buttonsConfigurable magnetic side buttons on both sides provide for a fully two-handed and ergonomic gaming mouse. In this way, the Pugio II can be customized with little effort – you can install up to four side buttons or play without any need for them. A new upgrade is also the flatter, more ergonomic surface, which provides additional comfort.

Accessories bagThe supplied accessory bag in the legendary ROG style has dedicated compartments for additional switches, buttons and tweezers to keep your equipment safe and protected.

DPI On-The-ScrollThe ROG Pugio II features DPI-On-The-Scroll, a unique feature that lets you easily adjust accuracy without software. Simply hold the DPI button down and then rotate the scroll wheel to freely adjust the sensitivity – for everything from ultra-fast attacks to slow, stealthed movements. Alternatively, press and release the button to move through the four pre-set DPI levels.

Magnetic top shellThe removable, magnetic cover can be moved away from the mouse with a hand grip, without the need for tools.

Exclusive Push-Fit switch baseSimply install the switches that match your preferred actuation force and feedback – or replace worn or broken switches with new ones to extend the service life of the Pugio II.

Ultra long-life switchesThe Pugio II benefits from Omron switches that are designed for 50 million clicks and provide excellent long-term performance.

Customizable logo and storage space for the wireless dongleThe ROG logo is proudly presented. In addition, the delivery also includes an unprinted plaque, which you can design yourself, in order to make the ROG Pugio II absolutely unique. The mouse also has an integrated compartment for storing and storing the wireless dongle.

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Highlights Details

  • Optimized connectivity with wireless 2.4GHz and Bluetooth (BLE), and cable connection via USB
  • Optical sensor with industry-leading 16,000 DPI and 400 IPS For exceptional performance
  • Two-handed gaming mouse with magnetic, configurable side buttons
  • Exclusive push-fit switch base design, removable magnetic top shell and customizable logo for easy personalization
  • Up to 100 hours of wireless gaming with an energy-efficient sensor
  • DPI-On-The-Scroll function for easy adjustment of the accuracy
  • Lightweight design for fast gliding, precise control and easy transport
  • Pivot-button mechanism for a quick reaction and precise performance, combined with a clean, tactile response.

Mouse Asus ROG Pugio II Wireless

The ambidextrous ROG Pugio II gaming mouse has leveled up to become premier choice for the fastest, fittest and finest gamers. Inheriting the iconic style of the original Pugio, the all-new Pugio II boasts tri-mode wireless or wired connectivity, customizable side buttons and delivers long-lasting battery for nonstop gaming from a single charge. With a lightweight design, seven configurable buttons and integrated Aura RGB illumination, Pugio II is the ultimate sidearm for every elite gamers.

Features

  • Optimized connectivity includes dual-wireless 2.4GHz and Bluetooth(BLE), plus wired USB
  • Industry-leading 16,000 dpi, 400 ips optical sensor for exceptional performance
  • Ambidextrous gaming mouse with magnetic configurable side buttons
  • Exclusive push-fit switch socket design, detachable magnetic top cover and customizable badge for effortless DIY
  • Up to 100 hours of wireless gaming with power-efficient sensor
  • DPI On-The-Scroll manipulation for effortless accuracy adjustments
  • Lightweight design for speedy glide, precise control and portability
  • Pivoted button mechanism for fast response and accurate performance, accompanied by a clean, tactile feel

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