ASUS reveals their ROG Azoth Extreme Gaming Keyboard at Computex 2024

ASUS are launching their ROG Azoth Extreme keyboard this year

Alongside their Harpe Extreme gaming mouse, ASUS ROG have revealed their new Azoth Extreme keyboard, boasting exceptional build quality, a carbon fiber positioning plate, and a wealth of other premium features.

If you want an ultra-premium keyboard and mouse experience, ASUS has their new Extreme range of products. These input devices are for those who demand the best, not those who want to maximise value for money. These are extreme products, so expect extreme price tags.

Like the ROG Harpe Ace Extreme, the Azoth Extreme supports ASUS’ ROG Polling rate booster, enabling polling rates of up to 8K. Even with this boosted polling rate, this keyboard can have a battery life of over 1600 hours. That’s a long battery life, and great news for anyone who wants a cable-free experience.

Integrated into this keyboard is an OLED touchscreen that can be used to display system information or act a s a hotkey to enable custom keyboard settings. beside it, users have a three-way knob that can be used to make instant adjustments to the Azoth Extreme.

Like the Harpe Ace Extreme, this keyboard supports ASUS’ ROG SuperNova wireless technology, bluetooth, and wired connections.

The build quality of the Azoth extreme is second to none. We have an aluminium top cover, and a carbon fiber positioning plate. Additionally, we have a layer of dampening foam, an extended magnetic wrist rest, and a range of magnetic feet. Users can customise this keyboard to suit their specific needs. Beyond that, none of this keyboard’s add-ons feel robust and well considered.

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