During the live event held last night, ASUS made its debut by presenting the new gaming peripherals that will accompany us this year, namely the ROG Claymore II keyboard and the ROG Gladius III mouse, in wireless and wired versions.
Excluding the ROG Falchion, presented last year but practically unobtainable, the Claymore II is not only the first wireless ROG keyboard, but is also equipped with the ultra-fast ROG RX Optical switches in Blue or Red version, able to guarantee timing very fast response thanks to the use of an infrared ray which, in short, when the button is pressed, reaches the corresponding sensor for the implementation of the command.
The ROG RX Red switches are ideal for lovers of the most frenetic games who prefer not to have tactile feedback, as they have an actuation point of only 1.5mm and an actuation force of only 40G, while the Blue, with tactile feedback, while maintaining the same actuation point they are slightly harder and require an actuation force of 60G.
Furthermore, both switches, given their structure, should be more stable than the competition and less subject to “wobbling”, or the oscillation of the keycaps.
As for the previous model, the Claymore II is also equipped with a removable numeric keypad that can be positioned both on the right and on the left, on which there are also four fully programmable keys and a wheel particularly suitable for audio management.
Connectable to the PC via USB Type-C cable also for recharging, the Claymore II can be used in 2.4GHz wireless model and guarantees 1ms response times, an autonomy of 40 hours with the lighting system on and 18 hours after only half an hour. charging.
The third iteration of the ROG Gladius, called Gladius III, will instead be available both wireless and wired and, like any latest generation gaming peripheral, will be equipped with a bright RGB lighting system.
The wireless version has been subjected to a drastic diet and now weighs just 89g compared to 79g for the wired version and 130g for the Gladius II.
After seeing and appreciating the Push-Fit-Socket technology in both the Impact II and the Chakram, the new mouse introduces the Push-Fit-Socket II which guarantees compatibility with both mechanical 3pin and optical 5pin switches.
Able to reach a resolution of 19,000 DPI and manage an acceleration of 50G, the Gladius III Wireless can be connected both via cable and with Bluetooth 5.1 LE or 2.4GHz wireless connection, to three devices at the same time, with the possibility of changing the fly the station in use.
*The article has been translated based on the content of Nexthardware All by www.nexthardware.com. If there is any problem regarding the content, copyright, please leave a report below the article. We will try to process as quickly as possible to protect the rights of the author. Thank you very much!
*We just want readers to access information more quickly and easily with other multilingual content, instead of information only available in a certain language.
*We always respect the copyright of the content of the author and always include the original link of the source article.If the author disagrees, just leave the report below the article, the article will be edited or deleted at the request of the author. Thanks very much! Best regards!