Building upon the foundation left by the original Cerberus gaming headset, ASUS recently has announced its successor in the form of Cerberus V2. In addition to that, the company has also unveiled another new keyboard within the series which is called Cerberus Mech RGB.
According to ASUS, the Cerberus V2 apparently comes with better bass response with the help of a new ASUS Essence drivers which is bigger than the drivers in the original Cerberus headset at 60mm. Other than that, the new headset also features bigger ear cushions and new stainless-steel headband together with detachable boom mic.
As for the Cerberus Mech RGB keyboard, users can choose to have it with either Kaihua Red, Blue, Brown, and Black mechanical switches that apparently able to last up to 70 million keystrokes. Not enough with that, the colors of each key can be customized although this might be something you able to guess from its name.
The Cerberus Mech RGB keyboard also support on-the-fly macro recording which can be stored directly into the keyboard for easy deployment on multiple PCs. Gamers should be able to also appreciate the keyboard’s full anti-ghosting and N-key rollover features.
If you are interested to get your hands on either of these new Cerberus gaming products, too bad you still have to wait though as ASUS has yet to reveal the pricing and release date for both products in Malaysia although we do know that they will be generally available by the end of Q2 this year. We’ll keep you updated once we know more about their arrival in our market.