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    Asus rog spatha with small usb adapter

    Hello all.
    I bought Asus ROG Spatha for my ROG laptop but I found a big problem with this mouse. First of all I looked for a ROG mouse without cable and found Spatha but when I get this mouse I saw that Wireless adapter is so huge and connect through USB cable. When I use my laptop on the table it's not a problem but when I want to use laptop for example on bed or out oh home I have to use USB cable for this mouse.

    So my question is may I use different USB Wireless adapter for this mouse ? May be I can use adapter from another ASUS mouse and from another company ? Cuz it's really weird that I need use cable or take this huge wireless station with me to bed or another place.

    Thanks.

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    Laptop (Model)Toshiba l500 ut1
    MotherboardAsus maximus VIII hero
    ProcessorIntel i5 6600k
    Memory (part number)G. Skill Ripjaws 16 gig @3000mhz
    Graphics Card #1Asus Strix 1080ti OC
    MonitorASUS MG279Q
    Storage #1Samsung Evo 960 500Gigs
    Storage #2Generic 250 gigs HDD
    CPU CoolerCooler Master 280 Master Liquid
    CaseCooler Master 590 III
    Power SupplyTacens Valeo 800
    Keyboard Generic crap
    Mouse Asus ROG Spatha
    Headset Seinnheiser HD555
    Mouse Pad Crap
    OS Windows 10 pro
    Network RouterASUS AC RT68U
    Accessory #1 Blue Yeti
    Accessory #2 Xbox 360 Gamepad

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    Not as far as anyone knows. And one would hope too... With this mouse having so many issues, where some of them may lie in the dock station itself, it would be a god send... My advice, return the mouse. It's not worth the money currently. Buggy software, wireless doesn«t always work, etc. Just read some of the threads below yours. I wrote a testament in one of them documenting everything I noticed.

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