Aside from the unveiling of the ROG Phone 6 series last night, ASUS also showed the latest headsets from the livestream. If you’re looking for wireless gaming headphones, check out the ROG Zither and the ROG Delta S Wireless series of gaming headphones. In this article, we take a look at the ROG Cetra series.
Starting with the ROG Cetra, there are two variants of it, the Cetra True Wireless Pro and Cetra True Wireless, but what’s the difference? Well, the Cetra True Wireless Pro features dual-mode connectivity via Bluetooth and wired USB-C, making them the world’s first wired/wireless dual-mode true wireless headphones. It also has IPX4 splashproof water resistance.
In addition, it also features an ESS Quad DAC, AI Noise-Cancelling Microphone and Qualcomm Snapdragon Sound technology for the best sound performance. According to ASUS, the pro variant offers 24-bit, 96kHz music streams and a gaming mode with 45ms latency. Please note that the 45ms latency is only on ROG Phone 6 series.
You can also find multiple active noise canceling (ANC) modes and if you plug it in with the included USB-C cable, it features a HiFi quality ESS 9280 DACTM which is basically lossless audio. On the other hand, the Cetra True Wireless is more or less the same, but with a Hybrid ANC technology.
For now, only the ROG Cetra True Wireless is available for the Malaysian market. It costs RM515 and you can visit the nearest ASUS ROG store or online. For the ROG Delta S Wireless series, check it out here (in development) and stay tuned for more trending tech news at TechNave.com.