Taiwan’s ASUS has been pretty quiet this year, and that is in no small part thanks to how unreliable mass-manufacturing became ever since the first lockdowns started in February. So, when the company decided to schedule an early fall product event, it made sure to make it count. Because it probably won’t be holding another one until well into 2021.
Meaning that we just got to see one of its most news-packed product launches ever. The main attraction may be the ROG STRIX variant of the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3090 flagship GPU. Or the announcement of an amazing ROG Swift PC monitors (PG259QN and PG259QNR) offering a new level of refresh rate quality with its 360Hz panel. Or maybe the release of their value-first counterpart (PG329Q). It all depends on what your next gaming investment is going to be.
Even if you’re just looking for a new peripheral or two, there’s the ROG Strix Scope RX keyboard to gawk at, or the latest ROG Keris wireless mouse wirth obligatory RGB flair, a trait it also shares with thee ROG Delta S headset. A desk-sized ROG Scabbard II mouse pad was squeezed into the spotlight, as well. As did the ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000, an 8-antenna router monstrosity set to be released in a few weeks time in the U.S., much like the rest of these flashy gaming tech.