Asus announced within its product family ROG (Republic of Gamers), new headphones Strix Wireless, the first brand with this technology. Among its most notable features include virtual surround sound 7.1 and up to 10 hours of battery life on a single charge.
Asus has used the usual 2.4 Ghz wireless technology to ensure sound without delays and up to 15 meters wireless range, while greatly reduces the noise generated by interference with respect to other wireless headset with Bluetooth technology. On the other hand, the use of this technology also reduces battery consumption, and Asus says its Strix Wireless will give us about 10 hours of battery life on a single charge (the battery has 900 mAh capacity).
The Asus ROG Strix Wireless use the Sonic Studio software to immerse users in a 7.1 surround sound of the highest quality. In addition, they are able to represent every step and every shot with pinpoint accuracy thanks to the positional surround sound (speakers incorporates neodymium magnets 60 mm diameter). The software allows you to control many functions, such as the level of 7.1 audio channels independently (though the sound is virtual) or playback equalizer. With a very simple interface, even novice users will be able to take full advantage of all the power that Sonic Studio is able to offer.
Another advantage of this new creation Asus is compatible with consoles and mobile devices, as well as to connect to a PC via the wireless receiver incorporates the possibility of combining it with a minijack connector four contacts and a Y-cable to use consoles (PS4, PS3, Xbox One and Xbox 360) and smartphones or tablets. Of course, they are also compatible with Mac.
Finally, note the design. The wings represent the eyes of common owl in the Asus Strix products, and has two memory foam cups covered with imitation leather and pads on top prehensile headband that automatically adapts to any head size for comfort. In total, weighs 350 grams including battery cordless and others. By the way, it is unidirectional microphone with active noise reduction and can be removed. The controls are located on the left earflap (on the right of the image above).
Asus ROG new Strix Wireless hit stores soon at a recommended price of 139 euros.