Asus ultra-thin Zephyrus S gaming laptop features super dope specs

Asus joins the laptop gaming competition with ultra-thin Zephyrus S gaming laptop features super dope specs

Laptop now seem to compete with smartphones with their unique ultra- slim body feature.Smartphones aren’t the only devices that seem to get thinner while gaming laptops follow a similar trend.
While the laptop market has its fair share of hefty desktop-replacing devices that aren’t built for mobility, numerous manufacturers continue to cram exceptional hardware into as small of a space as possible. According to PCMag, Asus is following that trend with the latest version of its popular Zephyrus S gaming notebook. Not only will the new 15.6″(inches) Zephyrus S boast Asus’ slimmest laptop design to date, but it will pack some pretty powerful hardware to boot alongside some exceptional gaming traits.

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The basic configuration of the device , dubbed the GX531GM will house a GeForce GTX 1060, a 1TB HDD, a 144Hz 1080p display, 16GB of RAM, and an Intel Core i7-8750H processor.(In a simple language, the system is set to be the best gaming system ever to be) which may pose to be a threat for the Acer’s gaming predator currently in market. Another version of the device, the GX531GS, will be sold exclusively on Amazon with slightly faster hardware. The base model’s GTX 1060 will be upgraded to a MaxQ GeForce GTX 1070, and the 1TB hard drive will be replaced with a speedy 512GB SSD.
Naturally, neither laptop configuration will come cheap. The Amazon-exclusive Zephyrus S will retail for around $2,199, while the base model will reportedly cost $2,099. Other than its thin design, the Zephyrus S has a few other standout features worth mentioning. First, the device has a large “cooling panel” nestled between the screen and the keyboard, which appears to act as a heatsink.

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1 year ago

I so love to get my hands on a gaming PC, most of them with good Spec are just too expensive.