Asus ROG Claymore II – a high-end wireless keyboard for the most demanding players

Asus fans can cheer again, as a new version of the flagship Republic Of Gamers mechanical keyboards was recently released. Among other things, the new version has a sleeker modern design, wireless mode and USB 2.0 passthrough. However, luxury is bought at a higher purchase price.

For years, Asus has profiled itself as a company that supplies computer gamers with the best products ever. Power users often reach for this manufacturer’s hardware. Whether it’s motherboards, graphics cards, laptops or gaming peripherals. Due to the astronomical prices at which high-grade iron is sold, it has a fairly limited target. A shining example is the Asus ROG Maximus XII Extreme motherboard for CZK 21,000. Computer enthusiasts who demand 100% quality, reliability and a wide range of clocking options or advanced features do not hesitate to pay properly for their products. Compared to products of a similar category, the ROG Claymore II price is not significantly overblown, but even in this case, you pay extra for the highest class compared to others.

The tested version of the keyboard is equipped with silent red switches directly from the Asus workshop. The product materials also speak of a variant with blue switches, but I did not find this version with popular loud clickers on the Czech market. It doesn’t matter at all, the keyboard doesn’t wake up the neighbors, at least at night.

Another major difference from the competition is clearly degradability. The keyboard can be used both in the full version with the numpad and in the TKL version (the key less) without it. The possibility of disconnecting it pays off both in case of lack of space and in case you need to go out into the country with your family and you want to throw the game equip with you in your backpack.

And here we come to another advantage. If you are careful and recharge your wireless peripherals regularly, all you have to do is take a clean keyboard without any extra cables. Especially don’t forget the dongle (it is hidden in the body in the mode with the cable connected). The wireless operates on the 2.4 GHz radio frequency, which ensures fast data communication with a response time of one millisecond. And if you’re not really sure how you’re doing with the flashlight, there’s no need to start the software. There is a battery status indicator directly on the keyboard body. And at the worst of the keyboard, you can charge it with a Cec cable, because a charger with a USB-C connector is today practically a mandatory equipment for everyone who does not live in the rainforest.

In addition, the keyboard is powered by a 4000mAh battery, even if you are sloppy and half-charged, you can be sure that you will survive the weekend. The high capacity battery is another undisputed plus of the Claymore deuce. This beast, at full capacity, can withstand up to 47 hours of continuous playing navíc, and moreover with the RGB enabled. When you turn off spectacular lights, it won’t be such a spectacle, but it will extend the endurance by more than 300 percent for a total of 144 hours. So much for the most interesting features, now let’s take a closer look at what you actually bring from the store.

Asus ROG Claymore II - a high-end wireless keyboard for the most demanding players

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