ASUS ROG G55VW and G75VW, the two monsters for gamers on sale

ASUS plays map "gamer" by launching the G55VW and the G75VW in its ROG range, equipped with the latest processors Intel Ivy Bridge.

ASUS Launches new notebooks in its Republic of Gamers line models. Therefore advance the G75VW and G55VW with their latest processors Intel Ivy Bridge edges and the latest graphics from NVIDIA, the GeForce GTX 660 and 670 M.

On technical specifications, the ASUS ROG G75VW looks as a monster. 17.3-inch diagonal for its screen Full HD matte finish that supports technology 3D Vision 2 (and therefore LightBoost), Intel Core i7-3610QM processor running at 2.3 GHz with Turbo Core 3.3 GHz, 8 GB of RAM in DDR3 1600 MHz up to 16 GB via two memory banks to additional, two drives 750 GB 7200 t / m configured in RAID 0, a graphics card more or less discrete of the firm to the Chameleon, the GeForce GTX 670 M with 3 GB dedicated memory in GDDR5, all cooled by two fans independent with dust filters, is it you please. Two speakers and a subwoofer signed Altec Lansing THX TruStudio EAX support are also part.


On the top of the screen is perched a webcam of 2 megapixel with its juxtaposé micro, Bluetooth 4.0, WiFi b/g and n, Gigabit Ethernet, a card SD, Memory Stick or MMC Reader, a Blu - ray player, an HDMI 1.4 output, making VGA and a mini-DisplayPort last. Finally, this machine offers four USB 3.0 ports, a backlit keyboard with its with numeric keypad, a backpack of transport, a mouse and a headset/microphone and of course a pair of 3D Vision glasses, all delivered in the carton with the beast.

The G55VW is almost identical to the G75VW, with just a size smaller screen or 15.6 inches and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 M with 2 GB of dedicated GDDR5 RAM. For the rest, these two models will have a battery eight-cell 5200 mAh (74 Wh) for a total weight, including battery, 3.8 kg for the G55VW and 4.5 kg for the G75VW.


These portable two ROG Awards will be quite high, since the G75VW is already around €1800 and the G55VW should arrive in store at a rate of €1499. Remains to be seen now if these machines of war are worth their huge of gold.


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