ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) announced its latest array of gaming peripherals and accessories, monitors, and routers during its ROG For Those Who Dare: Maxed Out Event at CES 2023. Among the gaming peripherals that were introduced include the ROG Destrier Ergonomic Chair, ROG Azoth keyboard, and ROG Harpe Ace Aim Lab Edition to name a few.
ROG Destrier Ergo Gaming Chair
The ROG Destrier Ergo Gaming Chair features a futuristic aesthetic that’s engineered with levels of adjustability for maximum comfort while you’re playing.
It has a head and lumbar support along with padded armrests with a special elevation mode that’s designed for mobile gaming. Additionally, the ROG Destrier has a detachable acoustic panel that helps keep you immersed in the game.
ROG Azoth Gaming Keyboard
The ROG Azoth is a 75% wireless custom gaming keyboard with premium DIY features for those that prefer hands-on customization. Among these include:
- metal top cover with silicone gasket mount and three-layer dampening
- hot-swappable and factory-lubed ROG NX mechanical switches
- ROG keyboard stabilizers
- ROG PBT double-shot keycaps
It even comes bundled with a lube kit, if you want to change the typing feel.
Other features of the new gaming keyboard include an OLED display, tri-mode connectivity with SpeedNova 2.4GHz wireless technology, and macOS support.
ROG Harpe Ace Aim Lab Edition and ROG Hone Ace Aim Lab Edition Mousepad
The ROG Harpe Ace Aim Lab Edition wireless gaming mouse and ROG Hone Ace Aim Lab Edition mousepad were designed for esports athletes and aspiring gaming professionals. The two are tested and approved by esports pros at Aim Lab.
The Harpe Ace Aim Lab Edition is an ultralight wireless mouse at just 54g with an ambidextrous form favor. The shell is built from bio-based nylon material. The mouse also features the 36,000 dpi ROG AimPoint optical sensor, ROG SpeedNova wireless technology, and 70-million-click lifespan ROG Micro Switches. Additionally, it works with the Aim Lab Settings Optimizer software that measures and analyzes your performance to create the best possible settings.
Meanwhile, the ROG Hone Ace Aim Lab Edition measures 508x420mm and is designed to work with Aim Lab X ROG 350 task within the Aim Lab software to help you improve your aim in a 360-degree range of motion. It has a hybrid cloth surface that offers optimal friction for precise control feedback. The mousepad also has a nano-coating that repels water, oil, and dust.
ROG Raikiri Pro PC Controller
Lastly, the ROG Raikiri Pro controller provides you with extreme levels of customization and personalization. It is the first Xbox -licensed tri-mode controller. Tri-mode connectivity means that it connects via Bluetooth, 2.4GHz RF, or wired USB-C, making it perfect for gaming on PCs, laptops, or next-generation Xbox consoles.
The controller has an OLED display that can be used to show custom images, text, or animations in addition to showing charging status, mic mute, or profile indicators.
You can also program the four left and right rear buttons for in-game commands via the Armour Crate software. Moreover, you can adjust vibration levels, configure joystick dead zones, and tweak other controller settings.
The ROG Raikiri Pro has a built-in ESS DAC for premium audio. The base ROG Raikiri model with wired USB-C and two rear buttons will be coming soon.
Pricing and Availability
ASUS ROG Philippines has confirmed that the ROG Harpe Ace Aim Lab Edition, ROG Hone Ace Aim Lab Edition, and ROG Azoth will be available in the Philippines in mid-Q1 2023. These are priced at:
- ROG Harpe Ace Aim Lab Edition – PHP 7,080
- ROG Hone Ace Aim Lab Edition – PHP 1,830
- ROG Azoth – PHP 14,120
Meanwhile, the ROG Raikiri Pro and ROG Destrier will be announced via the official social media pages.
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