ASUS announces the ROG Sheath deskpad

ASUS announces the ROG Sheath deskpad

The Republic of Gamers (ROG) division of ASUS has announced the all-new ASUS ROG Sheath mouse pad. The new ASUS product is an extra-large pad that has been designed for all kinds of gaming mice. The new Sheath comes with a woven surface that gives it excellent mouse tracking qualities for excellent control. In addition the new pad has a non-slip ROG-red rubber base that secures it firmly to any desktop surface and stitched edges that resist fraying.

The ROG Sheath is a massive mouse pad – it measures 900 x 440 mm, which is large enough for users to place a notebook, a gaming mouse and an external keyboard with ease and then have some more free space available. The pad is also 3 mm thick, which ensures there’s a comfortable cushioned surface for users’ wrists to rest on. The Sheath weighs the massive 695 grams, which means that users will not be able to easily displace the pad while playing. On top the pad comes with the famous ROG logo and Mayan-inspired markings found on other ROG products. To ensure durability the ROG Sheath has undergone rigorous testing including a mouse glide test with a distance equivalent to over 250 km, as well as exposure to temperature extremes of -30°C to +60°C for over 57 hours.

Unfortunately it is unclear when the ASUS ROG Sheath will be in stores and how much it will cost.

Source: ASUS

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