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As the premium offering from the ASUS ROG Strix Fusion gaming headset range, the Fusion 700 keeps the same look and feel whilst adding a few notable premium bells and whistles of its own. Like a high-quality DAC and amplifier in addition to excellent ASUS Aura Sync lighting.

In a complete package that leaves an excellent first impression.
When you get into the more premium price range for audio equipment, including headsets, naturally there are a few expectations on the part of the consumer or listener. First up the build quality needs to be of the highest order, eschewing quality from every little rivet and indentation to real leather used for the cushions right down to fancy features like lighting and stylish flourishes here and there. Further down on the list, but by no means inessential, comes the overall packaging – for a premium price the quality of the materials to little bonuses like carry cases and interchangeable cushions to suit various settings are important. It’s here where those crucial first impressions are made.

The ASUS ROG Strix Fusion 700 wireless gaming headset, which is indeed a mouthful to both say and type, is a premium offering from the hardware maker. One that not only attempts to pack in several high-end and meaningful features into the hardware make-up, but also serve as an exercise in style. Of which the ROG Strix Fusion 700 has won a design and innovation award. For us though it was that first impression - the box. Opening like a set of elaborate and shiny double doors to reveal the Fusion 700 headset sitting there on a bed of silk. Like some sort of ancient deity. And it only got more impressive from there.

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