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ASUS ROG reveals new gaming peripherals in the Philippines




Recently, ASUS has revealed their lineup for gaming peripherals that COULD be available in the Philippines. These peripherals will also be displayed during the ROG Masters APAC Finals on October 26-29.

The gaming peripherals that were introduced are already out in other countries but not in the Philippines yet. These include 3 gaming mice, 2 gaming keyboards, 3 ROG bags.

For the gaming mice:

ASUS Espada GT200

This entry-level gaming optical mouse has Omron switches with 20-million click durability, it has a backlit ASUS logo with RGB effects and has an ergonomic design for users. Its DPI is at 4,000 which can be adjusted via its dedicated DPI buttons below the scroll button. It also has additional customizable buttons on the left side.

ASUS ROG GX 950

This laser gaming mouse sports an 8,200dpi with dpi switches, 6 programmable buttons, a weight system, a5-way cable management, and gold-plated plug.

ASUS ROG Eagle Eye GX1000

Another laser optical sensor gaming mouse which has an 8,200dpi and 9 programmable buttons. It has a LED lighting for the scroll wheel and another one as an indicator for the dpi speed. On its sides are 3 programmable buttons and just below it is the eye-shaped profile indicator which can store up to 4 different mouse profile settings. This mouse also has weights on it so users can adjust their handling of it. Lastly, it has an aluminum design finish.

The following are the possible incoming gaming keyboards in the Philippines.

ROG Horus GK2000

This gaming keyboard has an aluminum design finish with 16 million backlit RGB colors with different modes (Static, Breathing, Color Cycle, Reactive, Ripple, Wave, Rain, Star, Laser, Mix, Customized). It has a 32-bit processor, customizable macros via ROG user interface, Cherry MX Red mechanical switches, and 100% anti-ghosting with N-Key rollover. It also has an adjustable palm-rest for users who like to lay down their palms on a hand rest.

ASUS Sagaris GK100

This entry-level gaming keyboard has polyoxymethylene (POM) keycaps for durability. It also has 23 anti-ghosting keys, anti-spill water flow channel, a 7-color backlight with a color-cycling mode, 4mm key travel, and 12 shortcut keys for applications.

For their bags, they have made a very distinct design on each and every one of them.

ROG XRANGER

This backpack has a rugged and stylish gladiator-inspired design with a padded compartment for up to a 17″ notebook. It has additional padded compartments and pockets for keyboard, headset, mouse, and other accessories. Water-resistance is also present in the backpack with 1680D ballistic nylon construction. It also has an ergonomic design and ventilated back padding for user’s comfort.

ROG RANGER MESSENGER

This one is for people who like to use messenger-type bags. It has padded compartments for laptops, accessories, documents, and other devices. It is also scratch resistant with a 1260D Gucci polyester which is lightweight. Its side pockets can also be detached for additional storage options. This bag has an ergonomic design in which users can feel comfortable when carrying it.

ROG SHUTTLE II

Lastly, the ROG SHUTTLE II has a similar design to its predecessor of the same name. It has an over-sized ample space for more storage. 17″ notebooks/laptops can also fit in this backpack with ease.

Aside from these peripherals, ASUS is also planning to launch their new t-shirt designs which are not yet available globally. There are three designs with three different colors: White, Black, Red. You can also see it on the image below.

Do note that all of the mentioned products are NOT YET officially available in the Philippines but it could be if the demand calls for it. So, what are your thoughts on these gaming peripherals? Let us know in the comments section if you want these to be locally available.



Vaughn is your go-to person when it comes to comparing gadgets especially smartphones. He's also a gamer by heart and the "Hackerman" of the team.

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2 Responses

  1. Mark A. says:

    Ive been surfing like crazy for any RoG Laptop bag. The laptop i purchased a couple of weeks back came with one but its not that sturdy. Not a fun of buying stuff online so I’ve searched the concept stores to no avail :( Any updates if they would sell the Ranger Bags locally?

    • Vaughn Chua says:

      No official announcements yet. They are still testing the waters to see if PH community will want to have these peripherals in the country.

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