Asus displayed its latest Windows Mixed Reality headset at CES 2018. Here is the company’s first foray into Mixed Reality (MR); the headset had been unveiled at IFA 2019. As well as that, Asus also unveiled a few gaming accessories in the ROG brand, including an RGB mechanical keyboard, an RGB controller, a lighting accessory, additionally, the Aura SDK program. Additionally, Asus showcased numerous gaming laptops, AiO PCs, and a lot more at CES 2018.

One of your attributes of Asus’ CES 2018 announcements was the newest HC102 Windows Mixed Reality headset. It will probably be accessible in Q1 2018, depending on Liliputing. Unlike other premium VR headsets in the marketplace, the Asus Windows MR headset doesn’t need any external peripherals or accessories. It’s got inside-out tracking that produces utilization of two front-mounted controllers about the headset. A 3D-polygonal pattern provides just about the most unique designs inside the Mixed Reality headset market. It can help Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

The headset carries a 2.89-inch diagonal display, using a resolution of 1440×1440 per eye (1440×2880 combined) and a brightness of 100 nits. Furthermore, it has a refresh rate of 90Hz and a 95-degrees field of view. Sensors about the Mixed Reality headset include Gyroscope, Accelerometer, Compass, and Proximity sensor. For connectivity, the HC102 includes a 4 metre headset connection cable, an HDMI 2.0 port, a USB 3.0 port, including a 3.5mm audio jack. The burden in the method is under 400 grams.

ROG Accessories

Asus ROG Strix Flare and ROG Aura Terminal


Under the Republic Of Gamers (ROG) brand, Asus announced the latest Strix Flare RGB mechanical keyboard. The laptop keyboard has Cherry MX RGB switches, dedicated media keys, a volume wheel (found on the upper left end), a USB pass-through port, and also a detachable wrist rest. The Strix Flare keyboard features Asus’ proprietary Aura Sync lighting that lets users individually program RGB keys and LEDs to manufacture a customised experience.

The ROG Spotlight is actually a new RGB accessory that projects the ROG logo at a wall or surface. It synchronises with Aura Sync on your own system to further improve the gaming station. This accessory provides a matte black finish, and is that come with metallic surfaces using a magnetic base. By using a 360-degree rotating angle, the ROG Spotlight works extremely well flexibly.

Equipped with ROG Halo technology, the new ROG Aura Terminal is usually a quad-channel addressable ROG controller incorporates lights that are synchronised using the gameplay within the ROG system. Mounting LED strips for the back from the monitor helps the Terminal recognise the colours shown on the perimeters within the display. It could possibly then match those to illuminate the LED strip, developing a type of immersive experience.

And, finally, Asus also showcased the Aura SDK program so that developers additionally, the company’s hardware partners to integrate the synchronised Aura lighting technology upon some. ROG has added numerous new capabilities to the Aura SDK program allowing any other companies make use of them during game production.