Along with the new ROG Phone 5 series launch, ASUS also released their latest gaming headsets, the ROG Strix Go BT, ROG Cetra II, and ROG Cetra II Core.
The ROG Strix Go BT is equipped with Qualcomm aptX for low latency and high-resolution audio technology, Bluetooth connectivity, a 3.5 mm audio connector, Active Noise Cancelation (ANC), and the ASUS AI Noise-Canceling Microphone. It delivers wireless audio for up to 45 hours, as ASUS claims.
On the other hand, the ROG Cetra II and the ROG Cetra II Core are in-ear gaming headphones. The ROG Cetra II sports ANC technology for distraction-free in-game audio, as well as RGB lighting that can be matched with lighting on the ROG Phone 5 via Aura Sync software. Meanwhile, both Cetra II and Cetra II Core are geared with LSR ASUS Essence drivers to deliver the optimal audio quality, accompanied by its LSR ear fins and ear tips for comfort.
Both deliver a wired gaming experience with compatibility with the latest ROG Phone 5 series, other mobile phones, PCs, Macs, and the Nintendo Switch. The Cetra II connects via USB-C, while the Cetra II Core supports a 3.5mm connector.
The pricing of these latest gaming headphones is yet to be announced. Stay tuned to our page for more updates.