Displaying items by tag: ROG

At IEM 2019 earlier this month, and then at its own media event, ASUS launched a fantastic range of new gaming notebooks, from ultra premium models to surprisingly affordable ones and everything in between.

Published in Home Tech

Asus has launched the "first 17.3-inch gaming laptop under 400mm wide with an ultrafast display and a bevy of powerful gaming features".

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Proudly boasting of the world's thinnest gaming laptop with ultrafast 144Hz 15.6-inch display in a 14.2-inch chassis and powerful NVIDIA graphics choices, the Zephyrus S is also joined by its bigger brother, the Strix Scar II with 17.3-inch screen in a 15.7-inch body that's less than 400mm wide.

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Global computer manufacturer ASUS has unveiled a new gaming hardware brand, and also launched its new headphones which work with any USB-C compliant gaming device.

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Global computer manufacturer ASUS says it’s repeatedly been asked when it  will make a gaming phone. That day is Monday, as it announced the ROG Phone.

Published in Mobility

No matter if you’re an FPS or MOBA kind of player, global computer manufacturer ASUS has you covered with the announcement of its new ROG Strix Hero II and ROG Strix Scar II high-end gaming laptops.

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If you want a 15.6”, 4K notebook with all the go-fast goodies and flashing lights, ASUS’s Republic of Gamers (ROG) Strix GL502VT is a natural choice.

Published in Home Tech
Monday, 08 February 2016 10:42

What does an $8000 gamers laptop look like?

ASUS’s Republic of Gamers (ROG) laptop looks like a traditional 17” laptop until you peek behind it.

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Friday, 08 January 2016 12:23

Extreme gamers want - no need - ROG

ASUS’s Republic of Gamers (ROG) latest gaming laptop, the 17.3” G752VY has almost every conceivable ‘go fast’ device under the bonnet – including 3D Vapor cooling.

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