The ASUS ROG Claymore II is terrible for mobile or tablet use, but it isn’t designed for this. While you can use the board wirelessly, you can only use it with its USB receiver, so you can’t connect it to any Bluetooth-only devices. Also, even without the numpad, it’s too tall and heavy to easily travel with.
Differences Between Sizes And Variants
We tested the ASUS ROG Claymore II with ROG RX Blue Optical Mechanical switches, but it’s also available with ROG RX Red Optical Mechanical switches. It’s available in black only. You can see our unit’s label here.
The ASUS ROG Claymore II is a full-size gaming keyboard with a modular numpad that you can remove or place on either side of the board. It features ASUS’ new proprietary optical-mechanical switches, which are available in a clicky or linear feel. Compared to other wireless gaming keyboards, it has a very low wired latency, but its receiver latency is higher than other options. However, along with its modular numpad, it has many interesting features that may please some gamers, like macro-programming, a volume control wheel, USB passthrough, and fast charging.