Asus ROG Announces the G752 Gaming Laptop



/ 3 years ago

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Recently announced by ASUS Republic of Gamers, G752 is an incredible gaming laptop that features a remarkable design as well as the latest and most powerful mobile components from Intel and Nvidia. We’re talking about Intel’s Core i7 Skylake processor and Nvidia’s GTX 980M discrete graphics card, both of which work together to ensure incredible visuals and high frame rates in today’s most demanding games. The ROG G752 also features a fresh new color scheme based on ROG Armor Titanium and Plasma Copper shades, and it is equipped with a mobile 3D Vapor Chamber thermal system that makes sure that the most important components receive adequate cooling.

The backlit anti-ghosting gaming keyboard also deserves a mention, as it features a key travel distance of 2.5mm as well as a 30-key rollover feature. The laptop can support up to 64GB of DDR4 RAM, and it comes with Windows 10 pre-installed, which is always a plus.  The cooling system includes a special feature that directs dust into a dust-release tunnel in order to keep it away from vital components. This not only improves cooling but also makes sure that the processor and GPU have longer lifespans. Moreover, hot exhaust is directed away from the user in order to facilitate comfortable gaming sessions.

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