The ASUS Republic of Gamers train isn’t stopping with the announcement of the ROG Phone and new PC components. Along for the ride is a series of new ROG peripherals, namely the ROG Delta gaming headset, ROG Balteus Qi and ROG Gladeus II Wireless.

Featuring a Hi-Fi grade ESS Quad-DAC (yes, it consist of four DACs!), the ROG Delta promises true-to-life gaming audio. Not only is the sound quality top notch, it has better audio positioning, making it great for games that rely on that aspect. The lightweight headset has circular-rainbow RGB lighting effects to brighten your gaming sessions, while a USB Type-C connector ensures that you can use it across a wide range of systems, including a Sony Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch.
ROG Balteus Qi-3D-1-S
ROG’s peripheral portfolio expands yet again with the addition of the ROG Balteus Qi, a mouse pad designed for precision gaming. As you may suspect from the name, it supports Qi wireless charging, so you can use your favourite mouse on its ample 370 x 320 mm sized surface area and have it constantly charged. In addition, it has RGB lighting that’s Aura Sync-compatible and comes with a USB 2.0 passthrough too. There’s also a non-Qi version, for those who don’t use a wireless mouse.
ROG Gladius II Wireless-2D-1-Aura-S
So, you’re considering the Balteus Qi and want a wireless mouse to go with it? Then, the Gladeus II Wireless fits the bill. This peripheral is a wireless optical mouse with a sensor that can go up to 16,000 dpi, supports 2.4GHz wireless or Bluetooth connection, and an ergonomic design for more comfortable gaming marathons. For that extra bit of customisation, you can also replace the switches to your liking. Like all the other newly announced ROG products, it is compatible with Aura Sync.