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ASUS ROG Swift PG32UQ made for PS5, Xbox Series X while keyboard and mouse go wireless

ASUS ROG Swift PG32UQ made for PS5, Xbox Series X while keyboard and mouse go wireless

Today the ASUS ROG (Republic of Gamers) crew showed off a collection of new computers and accessories. In addition to some fantastical laptops running the newest in new graphics processors, they delivered a new mechanical RGB gaming keyboard, a 19,000 dpi wireless gaming mouse, and a 32-inch HDMI 2.1 gaming monitor, all under the ROG brand name.

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ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 and G15 laptops add RTX 30-series GPUs for 2021

ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 and G15 laptops add RTX 30-series GPUs for 2021

As NVIDIA suggested in its CES 2021 presentation earlier today, there are a number of RTX 30-series laptops on the way from ASUS. Two of these laptops are refreshes to the ROG Zephyrus G14 and G15 lines, and while we don't know a ton about these new laptops just yet, we do have an idea of how they'll improve over 2020's models. For starters, the new G14 will be running an RTX 3060 under the hood, while the G15 will boast a 3080 - or at least configuration options that include both of those cards.

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ASUS ROG Flow X13 pairs ultraportable gaming 2-in-1 with an RTX 3080 eGPU

ASUS ROG Flow X13 pairs ultraportable gaming 2-in-1 with an RTX 3080 eGPU

ASUS has a new ultraportable gaming laptop, and the ROG Flow X13 takes a little explaining. Making its debut at CES 2021 today, the 13-inch laptop is Republic of Gamers' first 2-in-1 convertible gaming notebook, but it also comes with a ROG XG Mobile external graphics card that doubles as a docking station with extra ports and power.

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ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 SE adds 4K option and CPU/GPU upgrades to dual-screen laptop

ASUS ROG Zephyrus Duo 15 SE adds 4K option and CPU/GPU upgrades to dual-screen laptop

ASUS' dual-screen laptop has had a CES 2021 revamp, with the Republic of Gamers Zephyrus Duo 15 SE keeping the twin displays but throwing in more screen options and faster processors. As before, there's a 15.6-inch main display on top, with a 14.1-inch secondary display underneath, on a tilting panel just above the keyboard.

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The world’s first Wi-fi 6E router costs over $500 USD

The world’s first Wi-fi 6E router costs over $500 USD

The pointy crown-looking WiFi 6E router you see before you was revealed by ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) today. This is the ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000 Tri-Band 10 Gigabit Wireless Router, the "world's first router to use the latest WiFi 6E (802.11ax) wireless network standard." Users will be able to roll with the latest in fastest-possible Wi-Fi internet speed while remaining compatible with devices that connect with older forms of Wi-Fi data.

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ASUS Chromebox 4 detailed – works with up to 3x 4K displays

ASUS Chromebox 4 detailed – works with up to 3x 4K displays

ASUS announced a new Chrome OS desktop machine today with the ASUS Chromebox 4. This device works with a 10th gen Intel processor, Google Play (with Android apps aplenty), and a compact form factor. The best part about this machine is its relatively low price - right around $290 USD.

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Android smartphones worth the iPhone 12 Pro challenge today

Android smartphones worth the iPhone 12 Pro challenge today

Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro, like its brothers in the new line-up and the ones in the past years, has created a new allegiance with fanboys. This particular iPhone is not at the extreme ends of the range – but is one of the iPhone’s you should be buying for its appealing design, LiDAR and telephoto upgrade, Dolby Vision HDR recording, stainless steel frame, and 5G capability at a competitive price tag. The iPhone 12 Pro is not just pushing boundaries with its captivating design but is also proving its mettle in testing waters.

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Qualcomm, ASUS reportedly making a new brand of gaming phone

Qualcomm, ASUS reportedly making a new brand of gaming phone

While Razer may have been the one to start it but other manufacturers have arguably taken the gaming smartphone market where it left off. Among these, ASUS' ROG Phones maybe some of the top choices, both in features and especially in price. There's no indication of it slowing down anytime soon and, in fact, might be on the verge of releasing yet another line of gaming smartphones, but this time bearing the name of the maker of the processors that power it all.

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ASUS dropped over a dozen new Intel-powered PCs, one Intel Evo laptop

ASUS dropped over a dozen new Intel-powered PCs, one Intel Evo laptop

Intel isn't having a great 2020 both in terms of business and image, and it isn't completely the fault of COVID-19 alone. It took quite a big PR hit when Apple announced its ARM-based Silicon coming to Macs which served to magnify Intel's much-discussed limitations when it comes to power efficiency and mobility. Its response is its 11th-gen Core processors and Intel Evo branding. Intel got its PC partners to back it up and ASUS may have just gone overboard with no less than 13 new computers.

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ASUS launches ZenBook S, ZenBook Flip 13 with 10th-gen Intel CPUs

ASUS launches ZenBook S, ZenBook Flip 13 with 10th-gen Intel CPUs

ASUS today announced the availability of two different ZenBooks: the ZenBook S and the ZenBook Flip 13. While both have somewhat similar specifications (especially when it comes to the CPU), they're both also quite different in terms of build and marquee features. They'll both be available soon as well, with both laptops launching in the next few weeks.

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ASUS ZenFone 7 adds new lens to its genius flip-up camera

ASUS ZenFone 7 adds new lens to its genius flip-up camera

ASUS has officially confirmed the ZenFone 7 series, which will be comprised of the ZenFone 7 and the ZenFone 7 Pro. The phones, perhaps most notably, are keeping the flip-up rear camera we saw on the ZenFone 6. This time, however, that flip-up array has three cameras in it instead of just two.

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ASUS ROG Phone 3 teardown has some good news for gamers

ASUS ROG Phone 3 teardown has some good news for gamers

Razer may have started the whole gaming smartphone trend but it seems that ASUS is the one that's taking it to the extreme. Of course, ASUS' ROG Phones have also been the most expensive among its peers so buyers will want to know they're getting they're money's worth. That will partly depend on how well the phone performs which, in turn, depends on how cool it can stay under pressure. Fortunately, JerryRigEverything's Zack Nelson was willing to sacrifice the ROG Phone 3's screen to find the answer.

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