ASUS launches ROG PNK line of gaming accessories

What you need to know

  • ASUS launched a line of pink ROG accessories.
  • They all sport a color combination of pink and light gray.
  • Each accessory is available on Amazon starting at $40.

ASUS released a limited line of pink gaming accessories under the ROG brand. The keyboard, mouse, headset, and sleeve all have a color combination of gray and pink. ROG North America shared the release of the limited line on Twitter.

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The products are officially called the ROG PNK LTD line. You can purchase the ROG Gladius II Origin mouse for $99.99, the ROG Strix Flare gaming keyboard for $179.99, the ROG Strix Fusion 300 gaming headset for $99.99, and the ROG Sheath mousepad for $39.99. The gaming keyboard is available with either Cherry MX Brown or Cherry MX Red switches.

June 23 was National Pink day, dedicated to celebrating the color pink. Gaming hardware is often black or RGB, so the pink and gray is a change of pace. Gamers have plenty of options in pink now. Last month, Razer launched their Quartz Edition line of pink accessories.

Affordable accessories that'll pair perfectly with your PC

Every one of these awesome PC accessories will enhance your everyday experience — and none cost more than $30.

KLIM Aim RGB gaming mouse ($30 at Amazon)

Whether you're a gamer or not, this is an absurdly good mouse for the price. It's ambidextrous, has a responsive sensor, a braided cable, tank-like build quality, and, yes, it has RGB lighting, though you can turn it off if that's not your thing.

AmazonBasics USB speakers ($16 at Amazon)

These neat little speakers may only pack 2.4W of total power, but don't let that fool you. For something so small you get a well-rounded sound and a stylish design. And they only cost $16.

Razer mouse bungee ($20 at Amazon)

Use a wired mouse? You need a mouse bungee to keep your cable tidy and free of snags. You get no drag on the cable, and this one has subtle styling, a rust-resistant spring and a weighted base, all for $20.

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