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ASUS ROG Mothership

ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) debuted the massive ROG Mothership (GZ700), a new desktop replacement that redefines the form factor for gaming laptops, at CES 2019. Instead of laying flat, this desktop replacement stands tall to draw more air into its advanced cooling system while its keyboard detaches and folds to fit different scenarios, giving you the freedom to find the perfect position. Its machined aluminum chassis sports a 17.3” Full HD IPS-level display with NVIDIA G-SYNC technology, an Intel® Core™ i9-8950HK processor, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 GPU, a RAID 0 array with three NVMe SSDs, and next-generation networking that enables greater than gigabit speeds for both wired and wireless connections. Read more for another hands-on video, additional pictures and information.

ASUS ZenFone 6

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As many already know, companies usually build a few different prototypes before releasing the official product, and that holds true for smartphones too. ASUS’ upcoming ZenFone 6 flagship smartphone had a few of these leaked online, and the first thing many noticed was a strange teardrop-shaped notch. These may not be the final design, but if the production model looks anything like this, it will be hard to hid that notch when viewing things full-screen. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

Acer Aspire i5

Acer’s Aspire TC-780 Desktop is a great backup computer, or just one for everyday use, and it’s being offered for just $359.99 shipped, today only, originally $479.99. Features include a 7th Generation Intel Core i5-7400 processor (up to 3.5GHz), 12GB of DDR4 2400MHz RAM, 802.11ac wireless LAN / Gigabit LAN connectivity, and a 2TB 7200RPM SATA3 hard drive. Product page. Continue reading for an unboxing video and more information.

ASUS ZenBook Pro 15 UX580GE

Many claim that the ASUS ZenBook Pro 15 UX580GE gives the MacBook Pro a run for its money, but does it really? For starters, it has a “ScreenPad”, which is exactly as it sounds, a second 5.5″ touch display with support for Microsoft’s precision drivers for Windows 10 gestures in the trackpad area, instead of a Touch Bar. It can be configured with an Intel Core i9-8950HK CPU, up to a 4K display, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GPU, and a 1TB PCIe SSD. Continue reading for another hands-on video, more pictures and information.

ASUS Zephyrus S Gaming Laptop

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Measuring between 14.95mm and 15.7mm, the all-new ASUS Zephyrus S is now the world’s thinnest gaming laptop, but it doesn’t skimp on the features. Featuring a 15.6-inch panel that runs at 1080p 144Hz with a 3ms, an Intel Core i7-8750H CPU, an NVIDIA GTX 1070 Max-Q or a full powered GTX 1060 graphics card, 16GB of RAM, an Active Aerodynamic System that props the laptop upward for better airflow, and a 512GB NVMe solid state drive. Continue reading for another hands-on video, more pictures and information.

ASUS Project Precog

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Intel debuted a dual-screen computer concept earlier this month, and now ASUS has followed suit with “Project Precog”. Simply put, it’s a full-fledged convertible device, which means it can be used in tent formation, folded around as a tablet, or just in laptop mode, where the bottom screen is your keyboard. Users can also lay it completely flat to game on both displays, while serving as a semi-desktop replacement. Continue reading for another hands-on video. Click here for a few bonus images.

ASUS ROG Phone

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Designed for mobile gamers, the ASUS ROG Phone is currently the highest-spec Android handset that consumers will be able to purchase. Starting off, it comes equipped with a 6″ AMOLED (18:9) display, running at 90Hz – refreshes 90 times a second, a speed-binned 2.9GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, Qualcomm Adreno 630 GPU, 8GB of RAM, and up to 512GB of storage. Continue reading for another hands-on video and more information. Click here for a few bonus hands-on images.

ASUS ZenBook Pro

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ASUS unveiled a line of new ZenBook Pro laptops at Computex in Taipei, and they all have a 5.5″ ScreenPad instead of a normal touchpad. The ZenBook Pro 15 (UX580) will hit stores in July, priced from $2,299, and best of all, the display doubles as a touchpad with support for Microsoft’s precision drivers for Windows 10 gestures. That’s right, there’s a toolbar up top loaded with an app launcher, including built-in support for YouTube, Spotify, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Or, you can use it to mirror a smartphone on your PC with the ASUS Sync app. Continue reading for a hands-on video and more informaton. Click here for a few bonus images.

ASUS ZenFone 3

The ASUS ZenFone 3 is a great backup phone or replacement, and it’s being offered for just $147.99 shipped, today only, originally $299.99. This unlocked smartphone features a 5.2″ Super IPS+ display Snapdragon 625, Octa-core 2.0 GHz Cortex-A53 CPU, 32GB of internal storage, 3GB of RAM, a 16MP f/2.0 rear camera sensor with laser/phase detection autofocus, OIS (4-axis), dual-LED (dual tone) flash, and an 8MP front-facing camera. Product page. Continue reading for another hands-on video review and more information.

ASUS Bezel-Free Kit

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Sure, there’s the NVIDIA Big Format Gaming Display, but for those who don’t want to shell out over $4K, there’s the option of picking up the ASUS Bezel-Free Kit. These strips basically transform three individual monitors into one seamless curved gaming display. To be more specific, this accessory enables gamers with multiple-monitor setups to visually eliminate the gaps where their displays connect, creating the appearance of one extra-large, wraparound monitor for a totally immersive gaming experience. The kit consists of vertical lenses and easy-to-attach mounts that connect the edge of each monitor at a 130° angle — the angle determined through extensive testing to provide the best viewing experience. An optical device that requires no software or power to operate, Bezel-free Kit uses light refraction to make the monitor edges disappear to the viewer. It provides an innovative, simple and effective method of increasing field of view and dramatically enhancing gameplay. Click here for the first image in today’s viral picture gallery. Continue reading for the five most popular viral videos today, including one of a Bruce Lee fight scene recreated with lightsabers.