ROG Zephyrus GX501: Gaming on the go
Republic of Gamers (ROG), a sub-brand of Taiwanese computer makers Asus, has unveiled the Zephyrus GX501, the world’s slimmest gaming laptop powered by a 7th Generation Intel Core i7 (Kaby Lake) processor.
The GX501 provides players with the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 graphics card, allowing triple-A games to run at frame rates.
This means gamers who also demand portability no longer need to compromise when it comes to graphical fidelity and extreme performance and can enjoy desktop-like gaming experiences anytime and anywhere.
The latest ROG gaming laptops have been carefully designed to delight two distinct types of gamer – those who crave the best performance from the latest resource-intensive AAA titles; and those who need certain performance and control-enhancing features to succeed at online eSports games and events. Coming soon to the Thai market, ASUS ROG new gaming laptop is engineered to give FPS and MOBA players a vital edge.
The Thailand esports market, which had approximately 1.1 million active esports enthusiasts in 2016, has gained in popularity and made significant inroads in recent years, with ROG leading the way in creating products specifically tailored for all types of esports games.
“We are extremely proud to be an advocate in esports and to be hosting the upcoming ROG Masters 2017 esports tournament, which features 527 teams with more than 2,635 participants so far in Thailand. The right gaming gear is essential to a player’s success, and ROG will remain true to its commitment to providing the best gaming experiences to all gamers worldwide,” said Sanranyapong Sinthip, ROG brand manager of Asus Marketing (Thailand).
Formed in 2006, ROG offers a complete line of innovative products known for performance and quality, including motherboards, graphics cards, laptops, desktops, monitors, audio equipment, routers and peripherals.
The ROG Zephyrus GX501 will be available at Asus dealers and IT shops nationwide from August 24.
Republished with permission from The Nation