ASUSRepublic of Gamers (ROG) today announced the availability of the ROG Claymore II gaming keyboard and ROG Gladius III gaming mouse series. Introduced at CES 2021, these cutting‑edge peripherals are designed for superior in-game control and tactical advantage in online and esports gaming. Both products won 2021 Red Dot awards in the Computer and Information Technology category.
ROG Claymore II gaming keyboard gives gamers exciting new ways to play, allowing them to create their ideal gaming setup by placing the detachable numpad on either the side of tenkeyless (TKL) keyboard. Claymore II can be used in wired or wireless mode, and includes customizable Aura Sync lighting that can be synchronized with other Aura‑compatible components and peripherals.
ROG Gladius III and ROG Gladius III Wireless are ergonomic gaming mice that feature a 19,000 dpi optical sensor (tuned to up to 26,000 dpi) for swift and precise cursor control with near‑zero latency. Each model features the unique Push‑Fit Switch Socket II design that is compatible with both mechanical and Omron optical micro switches, and offers instantaneous button actuation without unwanted clicks. In addition, the flexible ROG Paracord and rounded‑edge 100% TPFE mouse feet ensure an ultra‑smooth glide. Aesthetically, the classic asymmetrical design of these two gaming mice are well‑suited to a variety of right‑handed grip styles, and each features textured, non‑slip side panels complete with laser‑engraved ROG markings and RGB lighting.
ROG Claymore II:
- 80% tenkeyless keyboard with detachable numpad that can be attached to either side.
- ROG RX Red and RX Blue Optical Mechanical Switches with near‑zero debounce delay.
- Ultrafast 1 ms response in both wired USB‑C and wireless 2.4 GHz RF modes, with 4000 mAh battery for up to 43 hours of use.
ROG Gladius III series:
- 19,000 dpi gaming mice with 1% deviation (specially tuned to 26,000 dpi), 400 ips optical sensor, and 1000 Hz polling rate.
- Push‑Fit Switch Socket II design is compatible with both 3‑pin mechanical and 5‑pin Omron optical micro switches to vary click force and extend lifespan.