At today’s ROG Unleashed event in San Francisco, California, ASUS introduced its all-new lineup of Republic of Gaming (ROG) PC gaming hardware. Powered by Windows 10, these new powerhouse machines are perfect for PC gaming enthusiasts.
The ROG GX700 brings a desktop-class competitor to the notebook space, with a self-contained liquid-cooling dock that enables cooling performance while also lowering noise. The ROG G752 notebook succeeds ASUS’ award-winning ROG G751-series, and features a Hyper Cool with Duo-copper cooling system for maximum cooling efficiency. And finally, the ROG G20 Compact Desktop PC is an Oculus-ready powerhouse, designed to offer the best possible virtual reality experience with the upcoming Oculus Rift. All three machines feature the Intel 6th-generation processors and cutting-edge NVIDIA GeForce graphics technology, for the most immersive gaming experience possible.
And of course, they’re all powered by Windows 10 – which means plenty of great features, such as Cortana, Microsoft Edge, and Continuum. Best of all: Microsoft Game DVR functionality lets gamers capture video clips and screenshots while playing PC games, to watch later or share on social media. And Xbox One game streaming capabilities enables users to stream games from their Xbox One – including exclusive titles such as Forza Motorsport 6 and the upcoming Halo 5: Guardians.
For full details on all of today’s ASUS ROG announcements – and a letter from Microsoft’s Terry Myerson – head over to the Windows Experience Blog. We’re thrilled to be working with ASUS on such cutting-edge PC hardware, and we can’t wait to see what else Windows 10 holds for the future of gaming!