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ASUS ROG Delta S goes wireless with Bluetooth and 2.4GHz

ASUS ROG Delta S goes wireless with Bluetooth and 2.4GHz



Two years ago, ASUS launched the ROG Delta S gaming headset with Active Noise Canceling (ANC) and weighing 300 grams. Now the company has Presenter New version with dual wireless connection: They can work with Bluetooth or 2.4GHz.

It has magnet system ASUS core With an inclination of 12 degrees and a diameter of 50 mm, they are placed in a special circle to avoid electromagnetic interference.

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The integration of the wireless system and the accompanying battery doesn’t drive its price up much, just 18g more to stay at 318g in total, while still maintaining its ergonomic over-ear design with two types of pads to choose from.

Its built-in battery allows them to operate for up to 25 hours of use, and provides 3 hours of autonomy with just 15 minutes of charging.

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The ASUS ROG Delta S Wireless They maintain an active noise cancellation system that can be managed through Armory Crate software and accelerated by AI.

In addition, it also offers an AI beam comprising microphone that can focus on picking up sound at a 40-degree angle and eliminating sound from around the user. It is able to eliminate up to 500 million types of different environmental noises (keystrokes, conversations, mouse clicks, etc.).

We still don’t have details about what price they will have in our country, but maybe 210 euros will exceed the cost of the wired version.

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Article author: Antonio Delgado

Antonio Delgado

Computer Engineer by Training, Writer and Hardware Analyst at Geeknetic since 2011. I like to get everything that passes through my hands, especially the latest hardware we receive here for your review. In my spare time, I wander around 3D printers, drones, and other junk. For anything I’m here.

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