ASUS Strix Mouse, Headset & Keyboard Review
Introduction and Technical Specifications
Published: 24th September 2014 | Source: ASUS | Price: |
Strix is the Latin term for Owl, which explains much about the piece of digital craftsmanship which forms the image at the top of the page.
It's also the latest range of products from ASUS. Not replacing the ROG brand, just giving ASUS another string to their bow and a chance perhaps to break away from the red and black colour scheme which is now such a part of PC Hardware folklore that we don't know of a manufacturer who hasn't embraced it.
Regular OC3D readers will be familiar with the Strix brand from the competition we ran which closed at midnight. But it isn't limited to just graphics cards. The Strix brand stretches across a range of peripherals too, all of which we'll be reviewing today.
So if you're in the market for some new peripherals but want them all to perfectly match, perhaps this is the answer to your prayers.
As we have four products to get through the specifications will be on the relevant page for each item. But we're going to start with the piece that expresses the Strix Owl in the strongest manner, the Strix Pro headset. Easily the thing you notice the most is the whopping 60mm drivers. Way bigger than most, even though they only support the standard headset range of 20Hz-20kHz.
- 3.5 mm(1/8”) connector Audio/mic combo3.5 mm(1/8”) connector Audio/mic separate
3.5 mm(1/8”) connector unique 5-pole
- Driver diameter : 60 mmDriver material : Neodymium magnet
- Impedance : 32 Ohm
- Frequency Response : 20 ~ 20000 Hz
- Sensitivity : 98 dB
- Pick-up PatternMicrophone boom:
- Frequency ResponseMicrophone boom:
50 ~ 16000 Hz
- SensitivityMicrophone boom:
Sensitivity : -40 dB
- CableBraided fibre cable (headset cable 1.2M + control box 1.5M = 2.7M (Max.)
- Cable Length2.7 meter
- Weight320 g
- AccessoriesControl box (with 3.5mm audio/mic separate connectors)
Mobile adapter (type A)
Mobile adapter (type B)
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