Asus ROG presents new Zephyrus and Strix laptops

Asus ROG has introduced new features to its line of laptops Designed for video games, this includes the recently introduced Zephyrus and Strix models, as well as the Advanced Back to the Future (BTF) ecosystem for customizing desktop computer builds.

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During its 'For Those Who Dare: Transcendence' event at the CES Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Asus unveiled its latest range of gaming laptops.

The new Zephyrus and Strix laptops

The Zephyrus G14 and G16 stand out for their high-quality aluminum chassis, which makes them light and strong. They are available in Eclipse Gray and Platinum White colors. Additionally, they've incorporated a customizable LED light bar called Slash Lighting.

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Both models feature ROG Nebula Display OLED panels with 16:10 aspect ratio, VESA DisplayHDR True Black 500 certification and 1,000,000:1 contrast. They also enjoy Dolby Atmos technology and integrated HD cameras.

The Zephyrus G14 offers a 3K display with a 120Hz refresh rate and is powered by an AMD Ryzen 9 8940H processor, while the Zephyrus G16 has a 2.5K display at 240Hz and an Intel Core Ultra 9 185H processor. Both are equipped with Nvidia GeForce RTX GPUs and various ROG intelligent cooling solutions.

Additionally, Asus ROG has updated the Strix SCAR series with the ROG Strix SCAR 16 and SCAR 18 models, featuring up to an Intel Core i9 14900HX processor and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4090 GPU for laptops.

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These laptops include advanced cooling solutions Conductonaut Extreme Liquid Metal on CPU and GPUTri-Fan technology and ambient ventilation.

Strix SCAR laptops feature ROG Nebula displays with 2.5K resolution at 240Hz and an impressive 90% screen-to-body ratio and immersive Dolby Atmos audio with four speakers. It also includes features like Thunderbolt 4, 2.5 Gb/s LAN, WiFi 6E and a 90Wh battery with 100W USB-C charging.

The Strix family expands further with the ROG Strix G16 and G18 models equipped with an Intel Core i9 14900HX processor and up to an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4080 laptop GPU.

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Additionally, they provide facilities for the players A large touchpad, oversized arrow keys, Thunderbolt 4 support, RGB backlit keyboard for each key1 Gb/s LAN, WiFi 6E and a 720p HD camera, all backed by a 90Wh battery and 100W USB-C charging.

Ecosystem BTF

Asus' BTF ecosystem, first introduced at the Computex Show in late May, has evolved into the ROG Advanced BTF, which includes the ROG Maximus Z790 Hero BTF motherboard, ROG Strix GeForce RTX 4090 BTF graphics card and BTF graphics card. , all elements with a design focused on facilitating the camouflage of less aesthetic elements.

These new components are designed for those building custom desktop computers Prioritize aesthetics and texture by minimizing visibility Cables on the front of your computer.

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Monitors and accessories

In addition to the advancements in the BTF environment, Asus has also introduced several new monitors and accessories to the ROG family. Among the monitors is the PG39WCDM model, which offers a 39-inch ultra-wide 800R curved screen with a resolution of 3,440 x 1,440 pixels and a 240Hz refresh rate.

The company has also launched the PG32UCDP model. Dual monitor that allows users to switch between 4K and 240Hz and FHD and 480Hz resolutions At any time, it offers the best flexibility in gaming experience.

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Additionally, the PG27AQDP stands out as the world's first OLED gaming monitor with a 480Hz refresh rate.

In addition to monitors, Asus has introduced new ROG accessories that promise to enhance the gaming experience. The ROG Carnyx microphone offers a 25mm condenser capsuleA 192 kHz/24-bit sampling rate and cardioid polar pattern optimized for individual recordings.

The ROG Keris II Ace mouse is designed for first-person shooter gamers, with an ergonomic shape and a weight of just 54 grams. Introducing the compact ROG Falchion RX low-profile keyboard, which uses ROG RX low-profile switches to provide a smooth, linear feel.

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Finally, the ROG Cetra True Wireless SpeedNova headset offers two modes of wireless connectivity (2.4 GHz and Bluetooth), 24-bit 96 kHz high-resolution audio, and bone conduction microphones. AI and Adaptive ANC technology For a high-speed, low-latency audio experience.

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*This content was generated with the help of artificial intelligence based on information from Europa Press and was reviewed by the journalist and editor.

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