Asus has just launched a new gaming laptop named ROG G701 in India. Priced at Rs. 3,49,990, it features the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 GPU and an unlocked Intel Core i7 processor for incredible virtual-reality (VR) gaming performance.
The laptop also comes with a wide-viewing-angle 4k UHD display that is equipped with NVIDIA G-SYNC technology for smooth and detailed gaming visuals. In addition, the Asus ROG G701 boasts of overclocked DDR4 DRAM at 2800MHz, HyperDrive RAID 0 and NVMe and PCIe technologies for offering blazing-fast storage speeds. There is 8GB of GDDR5X memory and up to 64GB of fast 2800 Mhz DDR4 memory.
What's more, due to its Trinity Display Technology with 4K2K output, the laptop is capable of giving three displays simultaneously using HDMI, Thunderbolt and mini Display connectors. For audio, there is ESS audio DAC present in it.
Coming to the design aspect, the Asus ROG G701 sports the new Armor design with "Armor Titanium" and "Plasma Copper" color scheme. It is 33.5mm thick and features an anti-ghosting keyboard with 30-key rollover technology for total gaming control. Termed as 'C Part', the keyboard has an asymmetric shape and even has a palm rest layout.
Lastly, the ROG G701 has an ROG gaming center dedicated button. If you are not aware, the ROG Gaming Center is a portal to ROG utilities, apps and tools.
It's a one-stop interface for monitoring and fine-tuning system components; for managing various game profiles, keyboard profiles and macros, Splendid Display and Audio Equalizer profiles; and for setting Internet packet prioritization.