in the recent COMPUTEX Taipei, ASUS stole the show by turning up a truck load of drooling-worthy machines that will have both your productivity and gaming needs covered. among the gaming hardware unleashed is this ASUS Republic of Gamers G750 Gaming Laptop. the G750 is packed to the brim with the 4th-gen Intel Core i7-4700HQ processors (configurable with up to 32GB DDR3 RAM), NVIDIA GeForce GTX 700M series graphics with up to 4GB of GDDR5 video memory, and has what the firm referred as “a gamer-focused design” with a robust backlit keyboard, an easy-access directional cluster, an angled keyboard area to minimize wrist strain, a more durable and comfy palm rest, and a larger and responsive multipoint touchpad.
going down the list, you will find a 17.3″ anti-glare 1080p LED backlit display, a cooling system based on the previous G series laptops, ASUS SonicMaster audio with a ROG-exclusive AudioWizard sound tuning utility that offers five modes of audio for different gaming genres, a dedicated headphone amplifier, HD webcam with array microphone, DVD or Blu-ray drive, Intel Thunderbolt connectivity for very speedy video and data transfer, up to dual hard drives (up to 1TB or 1.5TB capacity) and a 256GB SSD, and supports for RAID 0. a gaming powerhouse, it is and so is its physical form – it is a big guy measuring a huge 16.1″ x 12.5″ x 0.6-1.9″ (about 409 x 318 x 15-48 mm) and weighs in at a massive 9.9 pounds (4.5 kg) with a 8-cell battery on.
as for the price and availability, the ASUS Republic of Gamers G750 Gaming Laptop is available now with a starting sticker from $1,399.