ASUS has with their Republic of Gamers one of the biggest setups at Computex this year. It was a stand that was decorated in the well-known ROG style with lots of lights and lyres.
One of the things they brought this year was their new ASUS ROG Strix Scope II 96 Wireless keyboard. It is their first 96% wireless gaming keyboard and it draws a little on some of the elements that we saw in the higher than ASUS ROG Azoth.
There is a noise dampening layer in the keyboard and it is equipped with ASUS' new NX Snow switches. They are pre-lubed contacts which are also hot-swappable so you can adapt and replace as you wish. Scope II is available with either ROG PBT doubleshot or UV-coated ABS keycaps.
You can connect the Scope II via cable, Bluetooth or the included ROG Omni USB dongle which uses ASUS' ROG Nova wireless standard. As a bonus, the Omni receiver can be used to connect several compatible devices. So if you also use a supported mouse from ASUS, the wireless connection can be managed with a single dongle.
If you would rather have a 100% keyboard, the Scope II is also available in that size in both a wireless and a wired version.