ASUS CERBERUS Gaming headset, with large 60mm neodymium drivers, designed for both PC gaming and mobile use.
The design of the Cerberus is all too familiar. It’s a bit like SteelSeries’ Prism series in the headband form factor, and the earcups are very Corsair, especially similar to the ones we saw in the recently reviewed Corsair Vengeance 2100. The headband comprises of two wires as the framework, with a cushioned elastic headband designed to grip your head and make you feel comfortable. This style is really comfortable as the hammock really takes the shape of the head.
The plastic used is light and does not feel cheap, but it does have that break-any-second feel, even though it did not. Despite the light plastics, the headphone had a slight weight to it, mostly due to the heavy 60 mm drivers in the cups. The build quality was pretty decent for a budget headset. The Cerberus just comes with a standard 3.5 mm 3-pole jack.
On the wire is an in-line microphone and there is also a plug in housing for the included boom microphone, just in case you like it that way. There’s a handy volume button on the in-line mic and a mute button