ASUS ROG Launches Array of New Gaming Peripherals at Computex 2018

ASUS ROG has unveiled a new set of gaming peripherals at Computex 2018 including the new ROG Delta gaming headset, the ROG Balteus and Balteus Qi gaming mouse pads, and the ROG Gladius II Wireless gaming mouse.

The ROG Delta is the company’s latest gaming headset and features a sleek design that’s quite similar to the company’s previously released Strix Fusion line of headsets apart from the new aluminum hinges and new RGB lighting zones. The headset features a USB Type-C connector that makes the headset compatible with many current smartphones, laptops, and desktop computers. There’s also an included USB Type-A adapter making the headset compatible with older devices. The ROG Delta is equipped with a quad-DAC array with ESS Sabre chips, each handling a subset of frequencies ranging from 20Hz to 40,000Hz. It’s also equipped with 50mm Essence drivers, the same ones found on the Strix Fusion, for stereo sound. Lastly, the headset comes with two sets of D-shaped ear pads, one with a synthetic leather lining and mesh fabric and another that’s fully synthetic leather.

The ROG Balteus and Balteus Qi are the company’s latest RGB gaming mouse pad. While the Balteus is a standard RGB gaming mouse pad, the Balteus Qi features Qi wireless charging, allowing compatible devices to charge their batteries while placed on the mouse pad’s surface. Sized at 370 x 320mm, the mouse pad comes with a micro-textured hard surface and 15 individually customizable Aura Sync RGB lighting zones. It’s also equipped with an on-pad lighting mode button as well as a USB 2.0 passthrough port.

Lastly, the Gladius II Wireless is the company’s latest wireless gaming mouse. Apart from the new 16000dpi sensir and wireless connectivity, the Gladius II Wireless comes in the same design as the popular Gladius II and comes with all the same features including replaceable main button switches as well as Aura Sync RGB lighting. The Gladius II Wireless can connect to laptops or desktop computers via ultra-fast 1ms 2.4GHz Wi-Fi or low-latency Bluetooth.

While the price for ASUS ROG Delta gaming headset, the ROG Balteus and Balteus Qi gaming mouse pads, and the ROG Gladius II Wireless gaming mouse have yet to be announced, all three should be available sometime in the next few months.