With the new ROG Fusion II 500, Asus aims to give gamers everything they need to game smoothly: a high-resolution noise-canceling microphone, great sound, and volume control for in-game chat. ROG (Republic of Gamers) is a sub-brand of Asus and has been providing gamers with everything from keyboards to mousepads for several years.
ROG Fusion II 500 with surround sound
The ROG Fusion II 500 should convince with virtual 7.1 surround sound. Asus relies on specially developed technologies with bulky names like “ESS 9280 Quad DAC” or the internal “Asus Essence 50mm drivers”. This promises lossless audio processing and clear, unadulterated sound.
Asus also relies on “AI noise-canceling AI beamforming microphones” specially created for the ROG Fusion II 500’s built-in microphones. must disappear. The microphones are built into the headphones, so no additional equipment is required. This should not only provide a liberating feeling, but also allow for more flexible use.
The microphones are Discord and TeamSpeak certified and create a 40-degree acoustic zone in front of the player’s mouth. Noise cancellation is powered by artificial intelligence and is said to reduce over 500 million types of background noise such as babble, keyboard noise, and mouse clicks by up to 95%.
With the TUF Gaming M4 Air, ASUS presents a mouse with an unusual design.
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The headset features customizable RGB lighting that offers gamers more than 16.8 million color combinations and six preset lighting effects through software called Armory Crate. With a 3.5mm jack, USB-C and USB Type-A connectivity, it’s compatible with a wide range of devices, including laptops and PCs, mobile devices and gaming consoles.
The ROG Fusion II 500 is now available in stores for 219.90 euros.
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