ASUS White Roundup
Now you’ve built your system it would be a shame to cover your desk with peripherals which don’t echo your choice of colour scheme. As you would expect by now, even if the title of this article has escaped your notice, ASUS have you covered in this department too.
ASUS Strix Scope NX TKL
People have different requirements for their keyboards. Your erstwhile writer here likes a full size model, if only because of the amount of times I need to use ASCII codes for our various elements (Â°C for example). However, most people are happy with smaller sizes to limit the amount of desk being used, especially if you’re running a WASD heavy set of games. The Strix Scope NX TKL is compact enough without limiting the amount of keys available to you too badly.
ASUS ROG Falchion Ace
Although it’s very easy to come away with the conclusion that the majority of keyboards are the same, they’ve all got their own little features or elements that can make them stand apart from their fellows. The ROG Falchion Ace is a great keyboard if you’re the type of person who streams your games, as it allows you to plug it in to two different systems and move between them with the flick of a switch. Perfect if you’ve got OBS and Chat on a laptop and the actual gameplay on your main rig. It’s extremely tiny too, for those with limited desk real estate. We also like the touch control. Swish.