In our previous news article, we wrote about the ROG Cetra True Wireless series so it's the ROG Delta S Wireless series turn. Like the former, the ROG Delta S has two variants which are the ROG Delta S Wireless itself and the ROG Delta S Core.
The Delta S Wireless is the first-ever dual-mode wireless ROG gaming headset. It features a low-latency 2.4 GHz and Bluetooth modes that are compatible with gaming consoles (PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and Xbox), PCs and mobile devices. With a signal transmission at a range of up to 25 meters, you can almost guarantee an instantaneous sound receiving from the other end.
Furthermore, the Delta S Wireless headset is sporting AI Beamforming Microphones with AI Noise Cancelation for online communication. It is said that the mics reduce up to 95% of background noises so that's great (on paper). Each earcup is a 50mm ASUS Essence driver alongside an airtight chamber design for stability. To top it all off, ROG Hyper-Grounding technology uses a multi-layer printed circuit board and a special layout to prevent electromagnetic interference to deliver purer, noise-free audio.
As for the lesser variant, the compact Delta S Core is quite similar to the Delta S Wireless which also sports a pair of 50mm ASUS Essence drivers and airtight chambers. On top of it, the headphone includes a virtual 7.1 surround sound supported by Windows Sonic, Discord- and TeamSpeak-certified boom mic and a 3.5mm connector. It's also compatible with PCs, Macs, mobile devices and the aforementioned gaming consoles.
The Delta S series also includes the lightweight wired gaming headset, Delta S Core. It weighs just 270 grams and features ergonomic D-shaped ear cups that closely match the shape of human ears to reduce unnecessary contact areas by up to 20% for a more comfortable fit. It features 50 mm ASUS Essence drivers and airtight chambers for immersive sound and includes virtual 7.1 surround sound supported by Windows Sonic.
For the price, the ROG Delta S Wireless and ROG Delta S Core cost RM899 and RM388 respectively. So what do you think? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned for more trending tech gadget deals at TechNave.com.