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ROG is starting the year hot by teasing their upcoming products at CES 2023. Part of their big reveal is a set of new peripherals including a new chair and an Aim Lab focused mouse. Take a look at these products coming later this year below.

ROG Harpe Ace Aim Lab Edition Gaming mouse and Hone Ace Mousepad

First up is the ROG Aim Lab edition duo joining the Ace collection. Say hello to the Aim Lab focused Harpe Ace Aim Lab Edition mouse and Hone Ace Aim Lab Edition mousepad. As the name suggests both products were designed with competitive FPS gaming in mind. The Harpe Ace is an ultralight mouse weighing at just 54 grams in an ambidextrous form. It comes with ROG’s very own 36,000 DPI AimPoint optical sensor and SpeedNova wireless technology.

Lastly, it works in tandem with the Aim Lab Settings Optimizer software. For switches, it has once again ROG’s own Micro Switches rated for 70-million clicks. As for the mousepad, it’s designed to work with the Aim Lab x ROG 360 task within the FPS assistive software. It measures 508 x 420 mm with a hybrid cloth surface. These two new products will be joining the ROG Falchion Ace 65% to form the ROG Ace collection.

ROG Azoth Gaming Keyboard

ROG expands their already wide gaming keyboard lineup with the newly announced Azoth. This one is a 75% wireless custom gaming keyboard with a lot of DIY features. We’re getting a metal top cover with silicone gasket mount and three-layer dampening, hot-swappable and factory-lubed ROG NX mechanical switches, ROG keyboard stabilizers, and ROG PBT doubleshot keycaps. Not only that, but the board comes with a bundled lube kit. There’s also an OLED display and that ROG SpeedNova 2.4GHz wireless technology.

ROG Raikiri Pro PC Controller

ROG looks to now compete in the controller scene with their announcement of the Raikiri Pro PC Controller. The device is the first Xbox-licensed tri-mode controller featuring 2.4GHz RF, Bluetooth, and wired USB-C connectivity. It has a built-in OLED display that can show custom images, texts, or animation as well as charging status, mic mute, or profile indicators.

Users can switch between the profiles easily via two buttons, which is supported even mid-gaming. Other than that the four left and right rear buttons are also customizable via the Armoury Crate software. Lastly, the Raikiri Pro features a built-in ESS DAC for better audio. In the future, there will be a base version featuring only two rear buttons and a wired connection.

ROG Destrier Ergo Gaming Chair

Perhaps the most shocking yet exciting announcement of all in this line-up is the ROG Destrier Ergo Gaming Chair. The republic is finally offering a gaming chair with comfort at the forefront. The Destrier features head-and lumbar support along with padded armrests with a special elevation mode for mobile gaming. There is also a detachable acoustic panel if you wish to play without distractions.

The chair itself has tilt support from 90 to 135 degrees in 4 different locked angles and the seat can be adjusted to support different heights and builds. The lumbar support has 7 cm vertical and 2 cm depth adjustments. For the headrest, you have a range of 12 cm and a depth of 6 cm. Lastly, the armest allows for 14cm vertical adjustments and can rotate a full 360-degrees.

Product availability in the Philippines

The ROG Harpe Ace Aim Lab Edition, ROG Hone Ace Aim Lab Edition, and ROG Azoth will be available in the Philippines mid Q1 2023. They are priced at Php 7,080, Php 1,830, and Php 14,120, respectively. Pricing and availability of the Raikiri Pro and Destrier are yet to be announced.

The Dice Gang's Team Leader and Editor-in-Chief. He's a passionate gamer and researcher by heart. Been gaming since the young age of 3 starting with the N64. His biggest interests are RPGs, Adventures, Strategies, Simulations, and MMOs. Yet he is still open to trying games as long as they are fun, especially with friends.
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