This week, ASUS introduced the new ROG Delta S wireless headset with AI noise cancellation technology and an AI beamforming microphone.
The ROG Delta S Wireless features a 50 mm ASUS Essence driver unit with low-latency 2.4GHz and Bluetooth modes, the former with a transmission range of up to 25 meters.
ASUS says the AI beamforming microphone within the ROG Delta S Wireless creates an acoustic zone that targets a 40° area in front of the user’s mouth and filters out intrusive background noise from other directions for clear voice reception. In addition, AI noise reduction technology reduces more than 500 million types of background noise, such as speech, keyboard and mouse clicks, by up to 95 percent.
Together, these technologies provide a clearer, more natural rendering of the human voice with minimal distortion. ROG Delta S Wireless also features a concealed microphone design that eliminates some of the common problems associated with boom microphones, such as sound popping.
The ROG Delta S Wireless offers up to 25 hours of battery life and supports fast charging for up to 3 hours of use on a quick 15-minute charge.
Weighing just 318 grams, the ROG Delta S Wireless features ergonomic D-shaped ear cushions that fit snugly into the shape of the human ear, reducing unnecessary contact area by 20 percent for greater comfort, and no official announcement has been made on the availability or price of the new headphones.