Here’s The New ASUS ROG Falchion, ROG Cetra RGB, And ROG Strix XG16
Just moments ago the folks at ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) has unveiled their latest peripherals which includes the ROG Falchion keyboard, ROG Cetra RGB gaming headphones as well as the ROG Strix XG16 gaming display.
First up is the ROG Falchion, a wireless mechanical keyboard that comes with a 65% design of a standard keyboard. There’s a versatile cover case as well as an interactive touch panel that you can utilize to adjust volume, play and pause music, and zoom the screen in and out.
The touch panel can also be used as a macro key and the RGB LEDs inside the touch panel shows you real time battery life. ROG has claimed that it offers ultrafast 1ms with its 2.4GHz connectivity and up to 400 hours of battery life.
ROG Cetra RGB
We then head to the ROG Cetra RGB gaming headphones, where it supports multiple platforms through a USB-C connection. This means you can utilize it to your mobile phones, PC, Mac, and even a Nintendo Switch.
The ROG Cetra RGB comes with ANC (Active Noise Cancellation) as well as an Ambient mode that offers immersion in games, music, or any other types of medias without distraction. It’s 10mm ASUS Essence drivers gives optimized gaming audio and strong bass, as claimed by the company.
You’ve got the option of three sizes of silicone tips and ear fins, as well as a pair of foam ear tips, ensuring that you get the perfect fit. You can probably tell by its name that it offers some sweet RGB lighting.
ROG Strix XG16
Last on the list is the ROG Strix XG16 gaming portable monitor. Despite being portable, the display packs a punch by offering 144Hz refresh rate as well as a 1080p resolution.
It comes with two USB-C ports and one Micro HDMI port, which provide users with flexibility when it comes to connection and the ability to charge during gameplay.
Aside from that, it comes with a kickstand on the back which can be opened up to 70-degrees and enables the display to be placed stably on a flat surface either in landscape or portrait orientation.
If you haven’t checked out the ROG Phone III, which was also unveiled recently, do take a look at our coverage right here.
Pokdepinion: I don’t know about you but I got my eyes on the ROG Falchion. It certainly looks like an interesting keyboard.