ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) G Series Notebooks Spotted at CeBIT

By March 3, 2011 | 0 Comments

ASUS has revealed Republic of Gamers (ROG) notebook PCs at CeBIT 2011. Especially targeted at gamers, the ROG notebooks delivers stunning performance. The ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) G Series notebooks designed for serious gamers, they are packed with powerful hardware to deliver high class performance.

The ROG notebooks provides best gaming experience to users on the Go. The ASUS G745Sx notebook is powered by Intel ‘Huron River’ Core i5 and i7 processors and NVIDIA Graphics to deliver outstanding system and 3D performance. The notebook is supports NVIDIA 3D Vision, and 3D output via HDMI 1.4 to a compatible display such as HDTV. The Unique thermal management system of these ROG G Series notebooks ensures lower temperatures while playing games and doing big tasks.

asus republic of gamers cebit ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) G Series Notebooks Spotted at CeBITThe Unique thermal management System uses two fans to cool both the CPU and GPU, which drawing cool air through vents at the front of the case and prevents system from warm air to stay cool. The case is easily upgradable and offers quick access to the dual Internal hard drive bays and memory slots.

The ASUS G74Sx is the new G53 Series notebook, that features deadzone-free 3D display that supports viewing  HD videos and games withoug 3D classes. ASUS has combined 3D lenticular lens technology with the AUO ‘naked eye’ ey-tracking system,is the new ROG G53 notebook with a deadzone-free 3D display that can be viewed without the need for special 3D glasses. By combining 3D lenticular lens technology with the AUO ‘naked eye’ eye-tracking system, the screen renders full 3D images that can be easily viewed from any angle for a more comfortable viewing, especially helpful when you want to share something with a person who is sitting with you. The notebook can operate both 2D and 3D modes on the screen, to ensure that on-screen text remains always clear.

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