In terms of audio, ASUS ROG also released new products, bringing two true wireless earphones, ROG Cetra Pro and ROG Cetra White Edition.
Both belong to the “Cetra” series, an upgrade from the existing version. The standard version adds a white version, while the Pro version is more of an internal upgrade.
ROG Cetra Pro supports bluetooth and USB-C dual-mode, AI noise cancellation, and integrates ESS Quad DAC inside. Built-in Qualcomm Snapdragon Sound technology and multiple hybrid ANC modes deliver 24-bit, 96kHz audio to keep players immersed in the game.
ROG Cetra Pro has an exclusive game mode, which automatically activates and provides 45ms ultra-low latency with the ROG Phone 6 gaming phone. Hybrid ANC technology removes general background noise, and an additional boost mode filters out broader background and wind noise.
In wired mode, the ROG Cetra Pro relies on the ESS 9280 Quad DAC and AI noise cancellation microphone for lossless audio and clear calls.
In terms of battery life, it can be used for up to 28 hours, and the charging case supports Qi wireless charging.
Finally, the shape is ergonomic, the headset stem is slightly stiff, there are hollow pressure relief and microphone pickup holes on the side, and lighting effect decoration. In addition, it supports IPX4 waterproof and splash-proof, and can be worn in rainy days.
The ROG Cetra White Edition will not be detailed, supports hybrid ANC technology and low latency, and uses 10mm ASUS Essence units. Its charging case also supports wireless charging, with a total battery life of 27 hours, and is also IPX4 waterproof.