Asus ROG Gaming Laptop Line Upgraded, Kaby Lake And Pascal Combo

Asus ROG gaming laptop line has been upgraded and there are options for everyone from the high-end to the mid-range. Asus ROG gaming laptop line consists of the latest Kaby Lake processors paired with the Pascal Nvidia GTX 10 series GPUs. This is a powerful combination to say the very least.

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At the high end, we have the top of the line GX800VH Asus ROG gaming laptop. Asus thought a single GTX 1080 was not enough so the company crammed in not one but two of these cards in SLI. For the premium price that you will be paying you also get a 7th generation Intel Kaby Lake core i7 processor that will be able to keep up with the dual GTX 1080s. This Asus ROG gaming laptop features Hydro Overclocking liquid-cooling system and thermal dock to keep your system cool.

Asus ROG Gaming laptop

The laptop has a 4K 18 inch IPS display that has G-sync. The keyboard is mechanical and features customizable Aura RGB LED lighting effects. This is a laptop you will be drooling over and will be a conversation starter.

Next up in the Asus ROG gaming laptop line we have the G752 and G701 laptops they are not as powerful as the GX800VH but they are still very impressive. Each of these bad boys packs an unlocked core i7 processor. Both laptops come with displays that have 120Hz refresh rates and G-Sync support. G752 has a GTX 1070 and you have Asus’s 3D Vapor Chamber tech for cooling this GPU. The G701, on the other hand, comes with a GTX 1080 GPU.

Asus ROG Gaming laptop

At the mid-range we have the 15″ GL502 and 17″ GL702, these can be configured with Intel core i7 processors and you can choose between the GTX 1070 and the GTX 1060 for the GPU. These laptops also come with 120Hz, G-Sync displays.

Asus ROG Gaming laptop

The last but not the least, we have the GL553 and GL753. You can configure these laptops with Intel core i7 processors and for the GPU you can choose between the GTX 1050 or the GTX 1050Ti. What do you think about the updated Asus ROG gaming laptop line?