ThermalTake Black Element Cyclone Vs. ASUS ROG Chakram X Wireless

Black Element Cyclone ROG Chakram X Wireless
Black Element Cyclone ROG Chakram X Wireless
No. of Buttons: 911
No. of Macro Keys: 45
No. of Game Profiles: 5
Connection: USB, gold platedUSB-C, Wireless, Bluetooth
Cable length: 1.8m braided2 m ROG Paracord Cable
Wireless: RF 2.4GHz, Bluetooth 5.2
Battery: Up to 150 Hrs
Colour: BlackTranslucent black and silver
Ambidextrous: No Right-handed
Coating: Industrial rubber coating
Software: Yes
Weights: Yes, 5 x 4.5gNo
Switch: ROG Micro-Switches 70M (spare micro-switches bundled)
Type: LaserOptical
Brand: Avago
Model: 9500ROG AimPoint
Lift off distance: 
DPI/CPI: 6500100 ~ 36,000 DPI
Memory Size: 128KB
Max tracking speed: 650 IPS
Max acceleration: 50 G
Response time: 1,000 Hz
NVIDIA Reflex: Yes
Colour Options: 
Lighting Effect: pause-break
Dimensions & Weight: 
Dimension (LxWxH): 155 X 66.7 X 41.6mm132.7 x 76.6 x 42.8 mm
Weight (grams): 
Weight w/o cable: 127 g
Also compared to:Also compared to:

Black Element Cyclone

The Black Element Cyclone by ThermalTake uses a Laser sensor from Avago, specifically the 9500, providing a DPI/CPI range of up yo 6500dpi. It uses a USB, gold plated connection with a 1.8m braided cable.

ROG Chakram X Wireless

The ROG Chakram X wireless from ASUS uses the ROG AimPoint Optical sensor, which provides a DPI/CPI range of 100 to 36,000 DPI. The resulting tracking speed is up to 650 IPS and has a maximum acceleration of 50 G. It uses a USB-C, Wireless or Bluetooth connection and comes with a 2 m ROG Paracord cable. It weighs in at 127g without cable and is approximately 132.7 x 76.6 x 42.8 mm (LxWxH). The Chakram X also supports Qi wireless charging (compatible with ROG Balteus Qi) and NVIDIA Reflex Latency Analyzer with supported devices.