The new ASUS ROG GX800 is poised to take the title of "King of Gaming Notebook". Find out what its lucky owners can expect to enjoy in our in-depth preview of this gaming behemoth.
The ASUS ROG Strix was built with gamers in mind. It features a wide range of gaming-oriented features, and the ASUS Aura RGB lighting can be customized precisely to your liking. All in all, this is one solid performer.
Feature Article Preview: The ASUS ROG GT51 is a hulking beast of a desktop
If DIY PCs sound like too much fuss, there's always pre-built desktops that offer their share of bleeding edge performance. The ASUS ROG GT51 is one such desktop, featuring not one, but two, NVIDIA GeForce GTX Titan Xs.
Feature Article The beast unleashed: Overclocking the ASUS ROG GX700
The ASUS ROG GX700 packs some impressive out-of-the-box performance. But ASUS didn't include an overclockable mobile processor and a desktop-class NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 for nothing. How much performance is still waiting to be squeezed out of this luxury notebook? We find out.
What does a beast like the ASUS ROG GX700 look like on the inside? We decided to take apart the liquid-cooling dock and pop off the bottom of the notebook to take a peek at the innards.
Feature Article ASUS ROG GX700 Singapore launch - Meet the world's 1st liquid-cooled gaming notebook!
Just days ago, ASUS officially launched the ROG GX700 liquid-cooled gaming notebook to much fanfare. Find out more about this veritable beast of a gaming notebook after the jump!
Feature Article ASUS ROG GX700 and G752 review: Super-powered gaming notebooks
What makes a truly premium gaming notebook? Is it a powerful graphics card and processor, or is some extra magic required? A dedicated liquid-cooling dock for instance? We pit the sheer extravagance of the ASUS ROG GX700 against the G752 to see how well a luxury gaming notebook really performs.
At IFA 2015 earlier this year, ASUS debuted the ROG GX700, a notebook with a water-cooling dock. It's finally here in our labs and we can't help but give you our quick first impressions of this monstrous machine!