ASUS Republic of Gamers announces new gaming devices at Computex 2014

ASUS Republic of Gamers announces new gaming devices at Computex 2014

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ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) has unveiled a two new gaming desktop PCs, a new gaming laptop, and some gaming accessories today at Computex in Taipei sure to make PC gamers quite happy.

ROG G20:

ASUS ROG G20 Compact Gaming Desktop PC

The ROG G20 is a small form-factor gaming desktop PC. It has a compact 12.5-liter case that has no visible no visible exhaust vents. Its case uses natural convection with a thermal design that has a hidden airflow tunnel. This lets the ROG 620 have near-silent operation, measuring just 25dB at idle. So it’s a quiet beast. The case features a sophisticated design that has aggressive lines and Mayan stenciling with a black-matte finish. It also has customizable lighting effects that allow you to choose up to eight million colors across three different zones on the case. On the inside, it’s powered by an Intel Core i7 processor and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 graphics card for amazing HD gaming performance and entertainment too. The ROG G20 is also energy efficient. It has an “Eco Energy Mode” that requires only 20w which gives energy savings that’s 50% better than the industry average.

ROG GR8:

ASUS ROG GR8 Gaming Console PC

Hardcore gamers will want to check out the ROG GR8. It gives you everything a PC gamer needs for full-on PC gaming. And it looks nice. The case has a slim-lined design that makes it perfect for use out in the living room, tucked away in a home office, or even a bedroom because it barely takes up any space. The case also allows for easy upgrades of storage devices and memory. It comes powered with an Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750Ti graphics with 4K/UHD graphics output. It has SupremeFX audio and gigabit Ethernet networking as well. And with built-in Miracast receiver, the ROG GR8 allows HD content to be from other Windows 8.1 to be streamed to it and displayed on whatever big screen you have connected to the ROG GR8 (and you’re going to want a big screen connected to the ROG GR8!).

ROG GX500:

ASUS ROG GX500 Gaming Notebook

The ROG GX500 gaming laptop is perfect for a PC gamer on the go. The GX500 is ultra-thin – only 19mm thick. And its light weighing only 2.2kg. It has a 15.6 inch 4K/UHD display that runs at 3840x2160 resolution and has VisualMaster technology for incredibly wide color gamut of 100% NTSC. On the inside, it’s powered by the latest Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 860M graphics. To make sure it runs as cool as possible, the GX500 has an intelligent dual-fan cooling system for efficient and effective cooling.

To go along with these impressive gaming PCs – ASUS has also announced the ROG Gladius gaming mouse and ROG GK2000 gaming keyboard. And they have announced several new motherboards for PC gamers out there who like to build their own gaming PCs. You can read more about these by clicking here.

You can also read up on ASUS’s previously announcements from Computex this week.

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  • Opa114
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    one thing i forgot: the UAC how it is actually is bad. what protection does it give, by clicking only yes or no? i think no protection or not enough. i think it would be much better if it is like on unix system. there you have to enter your password. i think this makes more sense than UAC in this form in which it is actually.

    so i don't know if my feedback to you helps or is good or bad. because is is extremly hard to contact ms for such feedback and in 99% the ways i don't get a response. so i hope the things i post will be noticed by ms.

  • Opa114
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    sorry, but i can not post a comment on older blog posts. i get an error message, so i try it here. sorry!

    no old crappy startmenu please. no one needs it, because we have it on the new metro screen. you have either to change details in the design and usability. windows should be more "one and one". for example: why are the system settings on 10000 hundred places in windows? why can i access them via 10000 ways??? they need one place and 1-2 ways to access them. i wish it was more the way like osx. there it is simple and intuitive.

    another not very good hing is the char bar. i think the charm bar shoulf more work like the new notification center on osx yosemite. there i can pin widgets like weather and calculator (which is great!) and it would better if we can access the charm bar via a button or something, because the swipe with mouse on deskop sucks. a button near the clock in taskbar or something - come on and think about it. apple is stealing ideas from android (swift keyboard and other stuff) and from MS (onedrive). so why not taking good working things from them?

    i also wish that the whole os would be more simple and minimal. why in explorer ribbons and so much stuff what the most user did not need. make it simpler and make the design nicer. here is an concept style which look great. in this way from design (clean, simple, no boders, icons..) i want windows. (downloadsp.deviantart.com/.../Windows-9-SkinPack-416664867)

    another thing is, why has windows no native support for *.psd and *.raw files? i want this. and i want native support for playing video files with the most codecs and formats like xvid, h264, mp4, flv, etc.

    and a big thing to design: make the whole system look same. actually i open task manager -> then ressource monitor and whats there? right old crappy looking design from xp time.

    so please ms. i hope you read this and i hope you think about this (and other things) and i hope you will do good work then. please! :)