Now that ASUS' Republic of Gamers brand has thoroughly tackled the realm of gaming PCs, the company is looking to up its accessory game with the beastly ROG Strix Magnus gaming microphone.
Built with hardcore gamers and pro streamers in mind, the ROD Strix Magnus packs plenty of flair with a bold design and aura LED effects that will sync up with the LEDs on your other ROG devices. A manual hardware switch also lets you change the recording pattern of the studio-grade condenser capsules on the top of the mic. An aux-in and headphone jack are also included, as well as a USB port for powering charging your devices.
If you're a big fan of ASUS bold ROG design aesthetic, then this definitely isn't a bad option. You'll be able to get your hands on the ROG Strix Magnus in Q2 of 2017 for around $150.
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