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Asus ROG Balteus mousepad comes with LED lights and has Qi wireless charger

05 June 2018 1

Asus launched a new mouse pad that combines a surface for the mouse and ability to use Qi wireless charging on the desktop. The all-new ROG Balteus Mouse Pad acts as just another surface pad for gamers but it has LEDs that light up when it is powered on. You also get a bonus feature, called the integrated Qi charger that allows you to game and charge your smartphone wirelessly at the same time.

The dimensions of the ASUS ROG Balteus is 37 centimeters tall (14.5+ inches) by 32 centimeters wide (approximately 12.5 inches), which will give the mouse sufficient surface space to move around.


There are going to be two versions of the surface that will officially be released in the future. The standard version comes with the 15 LED lights. And, the second version comes with the Qi wireless charger as well so that you can charge your phone directly at your computer. Both of these mouse pads also come with a passthrough USB Type-A port.

The company claims that the ROG Balteus mousepad is not vulnerable to any dirt or deterioration. It won’t get torn due to the constant friction of a mouse moving back and forth over the same sport. It is made up of hard plastic that doesn’t pick up dirt or oils like a fabric mat. The pad is quite large and gives your mouse enough space.

Availability

The ROG Balteus and Balteus Qi will be available soon with pricing to be announced closer to the release date.


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Asus ROG Balteus mousepad comes with LED lights and has Qi wireless charger
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ParcyJac
ParcyJac

These days the more multitasking, the better. It's brilliant to see that we can now play games as well as charge our phones at the same time. And that too wirelessly!

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