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CES 2017: ASUS ROG Notebooks Updated with 7th-Gen Intel® Processors

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Without skipping a beat, ASUS, a leader in computers and components, has updated its line of Republic of Gamers systems with new Intel® 7th-generation Kaby Lake™ processors for a boost in performance and native 4K UHD support. Alongside over-clocked processors, some of these notebooks feature a gargantuan amount of speedy RAM, up to 64GB of 2800 MHz DDR4, a display with a 120 Hz refresh rate and NVIDIA G-Sync technology, M.2 PCIe NVMe solid-state drives in RAID 0, and NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics cards for top-tier performance.

Moreover, the highly popular ROG Strix GL502 and GL702 notebooks return with a new makeover. Stripping away their old plastic-and-metal frame, these systems now feature a brushed-metal design, donning the ROG Armor Titanium and Plasma Copper color scheme for a wicked-good-looking system that’s compact and lightweight. They’re also equipped with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070/1060 graphics cards, an anti-ghosting 30-key rollover keyboard, and red backlit keys to assist you to victory. Users looking for a step down can check out the ROG Strix GL553 and GL753 for NVIDIA GTX 1050 or 1050Ti graphics.

Find out what other systems ASUS has to offer by vising the link here.

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without advertizing the price I don't see how I can make a decision to even concider a purchase. Why advetize it and give no Price?

Anonymous wrote:

without advertizing the price I don't see how I can make a decision to even concider a purchase. Why advetize it and give no Price?

Agreed

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