During CES 2019, ASUS have presented a whole lot of gaming laptops. Zephyrus GX701 might be the most exciting cub in the litter.
This year's CES has seen ASUS presenting a whole lot of gaming laptops. One of the more interesting ones is the not so distant arrival of Zephyrus GX701, ready to replace its predecessor.
ASUS Zephyrus GX701 features a 17.3" (16:9) FHD (1920x1080) 144Hz Anti-Glare panel with 72% NTSC, a 178 degree viewing angle, and, finally, G-SYNC. You can freely choose between HDR or Pantone Valitadion.
ASUS will enable you to utilize the ROG-exclusive GPU switch, giving you the opportunity to choose between G-SYNC for gaming and Optimus for a better battery life.
Named after the Greek god of spring, we surely hope to see this slender beast out before June, but both price and launch date are still undisclosed.
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