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ASUS and Casio are partnering for another limited edition G-Shock watch (Updated!)

By Kenny Yeo - on 9 Nov 2019, 9:02am

ASUS and Casio are partnering for another limited edition G-Shock watch

Note: This article was first published on 4 November 2019.

(Image source: ASUS)

ASUS and Casio have partnered for another limited edition G-Shock watch. The two first collaborated in 2017 on the ROG Masters 2017 Edition G-Shock watch.

The new watch is dubbed the ROG x G-Shock - 2019 Edition Watch and it’s based on the very popular analog-digital G-Shock GA-100.

(Image source: ASUS)

The ROG x G-Shock - 2019 Edition Watch is all-black and the strap features the words “Republic of Gamer” translated in different languages and rendered in ROG’s special font — ROG Cybertext.

The ROG x G-Shock - 2019 Edition Watch is water-resistant to 200 metres and features other functions like world time, 1/1000-second chronograph, countdown timer, alarm, and full auto-calendar up to 2099. Accuracy is rated at ±15 seconds per month.

(Image souce: ASUS)

Only 1,150 pieces will be available worldwide, with 350 pieces coming to Singapore. ASUS will announce pricing and availability details on their website and Facebook page on 1st November, so be sure to keep a look out.

**Updated on 4 November 2019**

ASUS has confirmed that the watch cannot be purchased on its own and can only be acquired with purchases of selected ROG desktops or laptops. Systems with NVIDIA RTX-class graphics will get the watch for free whereas systems with less powerful GTX-class graphics will have to top up S$69 to get the watch. You can see the full list of qualifying products here.

Interested readers can also keep an eye out on the qualifying products at the online stores of Amazon, Lazada and Shopee

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