ASUS Strix Mouse, Headset & Keyboard Review

Strix Pro Headset Up Close cont

ASUS Strix Peripherals

Pro Headset

As well as the regular 3.5mm jack the Strix Pro comes equipped with three cables to ensure maximum compatibility. There is the remote/breakout-USB for the PC, one for any old phones you might have, and one for pretty much everything else that is modern, including the PS4.

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The remote volume is nice and compact, whilst having enough weight to ensure it doesn't fall over when you're groping for it in the heat of battle. There is a tendency for ones this small to be able to be turned by the twist of the cable, but the ASUS Strix Pro volume weighs enough that this hasn't been an issue.

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The braiding is nice and tight whilst being flexible and smooth to the touch. Very good quality indeed. Even the USB plug has been sculpted to match the angular Strix Pro design. At the very least this makes it easy to spot amongst the sea of black USB plugs on the dark side of your tower.

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Most Recent Comments

24-09-2014, 06:48:20

SieB
I like the look of that keyboard, not a fan of the design of the Strix headset though.Quote

24-09-2014, 12:26:08

Kyiagi
Keyboard and mouse look extremely cheap :/Quote

24-09-2014, 15:21:49

faaaaq
Agree with Kyiagi. The headset is the only one I like. I had high hopes for the mouse, but nope. Yuck. Looks like it was made by HP.Quote

26-09-2014, 00:57:34

Mizdimma
This design is nice. Is the owl, or at least the wings going to be incorperated into the parts, for instance the owl painted on the mouse, or on the ear piece of the headphones? I know, kinda a dumb question but the design would be awesome if incorperated that way.Quote

26-09-2014, 00:59:24

Mizdimma
Nevermind my question I didn't see the next page before I asked. Just found it. The headset looks awesome. Like the owl eyes.Quote
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