ASUS ROG Azoth Gaming Keyboard Review

ASUS is a company this is known world-wide for their graphics cards and motherboards. Did you know under their ROG line they have some pretty awesome gaming keyboards? Today we are going to be taking a look at the ROG Azoth, which is a wireless 75% gaming keyboard. This keyboard makes use of a gasket-mount design with 3 layers of dampening foam, a metal top cover, ASUS’s own NX mechanical key switches, ROG keyboard stabilizers, PBT double shot keycaps, 2.4 GHz wireless connectivity, and it even has an OLED display on it! Can this keyboard stand out from the pack of traditional gaming keyboards? Read on as we find out!

Special thanks to ASUS for providing us with the ROG Azoth Gaming Keyboard to review.

Specifications of the ASUS ROG Azoth

– USB 2.0 (TypeC to TypeA)
– Bluetooth 5.1
– RF 2.4GHz
Lighting: RGB Per keys
AURA Sync: Yes
Anti-Ghosting: N Key Rollover
Macro Keys: All Keys Programmable
USB Report rate: 1000 Hz
USB Pass through: NA
Cable: 2M USB type A to C braided cable
– macOS® 10.11 or later
– Windows® 11
Software: Armoury Crate
Dimensions: 326 x 136 x 40 mm
Weight: 1186g
Color: Moonlight White


The ROG Azoth comes in ASUS’s typical retail packaging for their keyboards. On the front we have a picture of the keyboard and it lets us know we have the linear switches.

ASUS ROG Azoth Gaming Keyboard

Flipping over to the back there is another picture of the keyboard detailing some of its main features, details on the NX mechanical switches, a listing of what you get in the box, and even a breakdown of the different layers of the keyboard.

ASUS ROG Azoth Gaming Keyboard

Opening the box up of course we find the ROG Azoth keyboard. Besides that as far as accessories go you’ll get a switch opener, keycap puller, switch puller, lube station, lube brush, lube, three NX switches, eight stabilizer mats, a USB dongle, a USB extender, USB cable, ROG stickers, and a user’s guide. It is actually quite impressive how much you get with this keyboard!

ASUS ROG Azoth Gaming Keyboard

For those wondering about the cable it is a USB-A to USB-C braided cable. Since this is a wireless keyboard you’ll use this to charge the keyboard or for the USB extender.

ASUS ROG Azoth Gaming Keyboard

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