The ASUS ROG G501 is a thin and light gaming notebook that packs an ultra-high resolution 4K display. But is its GeForce GTX 960M going to be powerful enough for 4K gaming? We find out.
We finally get our hands on an ASUS ROG G751JT gaming notebook for review! Does it live up to expectations or is it irrelevant in a competitive field with entries like the Aorus X7 Pro and MSI's GT72 2QE Dominator Pro? Find out in this review!
Due for release later this month, we get some hands-on time with an early unit of the ASUS ROG G751 gaming notebook - a 17.3-inch behemoth with NVIDIA's latest GPU options. We give you more details and close-up photos in this preview!
The new ASUS ROG Swift PG278Q G-Sync monitor boasts impressive specifications such as a speedy 1ms response time and ultra-fast 144Hz refresh rates, and supports both NVIDIA G-Sync and 3D Vision technologies. Could this be the ultimate gaming monitor?
As part of ASUS’ ROG announcements today, two new small form factor desktop systems were announced. The high-end G20 and ultra-compact GR8, which are both powered by Intel processors and NVIDIA GPUs, and will be compatible with SteamOS.
Not to be outdone on the display resolution wars, ASUS has just officially unveiled the ROG GX500 gaming notebook, which sports a 4K resolution display. Furthermore, it measures just 19mm thick and weighs just 2.2kg. Here’s a quick look at this sexy beast.
The ASUS ROG Maximus V Gene is a microATX board featuring the Intel Z77 Express chipset along with exclusive features like the mPCIe Combo expansion card that allows the Maximus V Gene to be fitted with an mSATA SSD and/or a mini-PCIe add-on card.
With Intel's Z68 chipset still some time away, manufacturers like ASUS have been trying to drum up the high-end enthusiast crowd with special editions. The ASUS Rampage III Black Edition is one such board based on Intel's X58 chipset. Here's a closer look at this upcoming board.