ASUS ROG Zephyrus S Ultra Slim Gaming Laptop, 15.6” 144Hz IPS Type, Intel i7-8750H Processor, GeForce GTX 1070 8GB, 24GB DDR4, 1TB PCIe NVMe SSD, Military-Grade Chassis, Windows 10 Home – GX531GS-AH78

April 17, 2019 - Comment

For more than a decade, ASUS ROG PC gaming Laptop has channeled its passion for gaming into building innovative products and working closely with e-Sports teams to ensure they have the right tools to pursue victory. Product Features Activision call of Duty: black ops 4 game codes – offer valid 09/10/18-12/31/18, while supplies last. Go

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For more than a decade, ASUS ROG PC gaming Laptop has channeled its passion for gaming into building innovative products and working closely with e-Sports teams to ensure they have the right tools to pursue victory.

Product Features

  • Activision call of Duty: black ops 4 game codes – offer valid 09/10/18-12/31/18, while supplies last. Go to the official ASUS site for FAQs, full terms and conditions, and to verify purchase for Redemption. See product description for additional information.
  • 15.6″ Full HD high refresh rate 144Hz 3ms IPS-Type Display with slim 6.5mm Bezel
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 *(with Max Q Technology)
  • 8th-generation Intel Core i7-8750H (up to 3.9GHz) processor
  • 0.62″ thin, 4.6 lbs. ultraportable military-grade magnesium alloy body gaming Laptop with premium cover CNC-milled from Solid aluminum
  • 1TB PCIe NVMe M.2 SSD; 24GB 2666Hz DDR4; Windows 10 Home
  • ROG active Aerodynamic system (AAs) with upgraded 12V fans and anti-dust tunnels to preserve cooling performance and system stability
  • Customizable 4-zone ASUS Aura RGB Gaming Keyboard

Comments

Anonymous says:

Great performance, bad screen bleed I have had my Zephyrus S for a few days now and really like the performance. I chose this laptop over the MSI GS65 Stealth due to the specs bejng better slightly better and the cooling system having better reviews. This laptop does not disappoint performance wise and cooling. I play the provided Call of Duty at max setting for a few hours at a time and the cpu and GPU temp average about 65 degrees. The battery is not as great as the stealth, but that does not bother me because I mainly have…

Anonymous says:

Too Many Compromises You’ll get used to the keyboard placement. You really will. Plus, it actually feels nice to type on. But, you’ll quickly start to notice all the little things add up. Screen bleeding has hit a handful of early units (including mine). The screen itself can’t be tipped back far enough with the hinge design. You’ll place the laptop on a kitchen counter and it is okay, but just a 5/10 degrees off from being able to open the hinge and bend the screen back nicely. Asus and Windows have a horrible…

Anonymous says:

Love at first sight Have had my eye on this PC for a long time and picked it up yesterday and ran some tests. I previously had a MSI GT80 Titan with two 970m SLI, this PC performs about 10 percent better than my old PC, but pretty much 1/5 the size. Laptop, although much lighter than my old PC, is actually surprisingly heavier than it looks (which is a plus for me, I like a PC with a little heft).My main concern was cooling, and I can say this PC has it in SPADES. I ran a RE6 Benchmark Test (it’s what…

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