ASUS introduces STRIX line of gaming peripherals in India

Posted by News Room On Wednesday, October 8, 2014 0 comments
ASUS is proud to introduce a whole new breed of gaming peripherals and accessories under the Strix banner. Going beyond graphics cards, the new line of stylish peripherals includes the Strix Pro and Strix DSP gaming headsets, Strix Tactic Pro mechanical keyboard, Strix Glide gaming mouse pads and the Strix Claw optical gaming mouse.
Taken from the ancient Roman and Greek word for owl, our Strix line of products imbibes three main characteristics – Tactical mind, High adaptivity and Keeping everything under control. A tactical mind allows for the keenest hearing and sharpest eyesight. This lets you feel your environment so that you can adapt and react to the slightest movement. This ultimately lets you stay in complete control, no matter the situation. Our team of design engineers has painstakingly crafted the Strix line of gaming peripherals with one goal in mind – to create the very best, stylish and feature-rich gaming gear for them – and for you.
Strix Claw is the ultimate gaming mouse for first-person shooters, crafted for those who demand unrivaled precision, comfort and the competitive advantage. Right-handed ergonomics, Japanese-made Omron switches, gaming-grade 5000DPI optical sensor, angle-snap-free movement and flexible DPI controls ensure your every movement is tracked accurately and reflected instantly.
Engineered with lightning-fast response and a choice of Cherry MX switch types: Black, Blue, Brown or Red, Strix Tactic Pro is fantastically tactile and brilliantly responsive, helping gamers to up their actions per minute (APM) to the max. The Strix Tactic Pro employs the highest-specification N-Key Rollover (NKRO) technology over USB. Strix Tactic Pro is also equipped with 13 dedicated and easy-to-reach macro keys and re-assignable F1-F8/macro keys for a total of 21 one-touch commands. In common with Strix Claw, Strix Pro offers a choice of software or plug-and-play hardware modes.


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