Asus G71 And G50 ROG Notebooks Unveiled

Posted: Aug 23 2008, 1:01am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 10:12am CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

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Asus unveils the two new gaming notebooks in the G Series as part of the Asus Republic of Gamers product (ROG) line-up.
The new Asus G71 (17 inch) and G50 (15 inch) are the new gaming notebooks from Asus. Both new Asus G series gaming notebooks have the same specifications and only differ in the screen size and resulting form factor, HDD options, and there are more CPU options for G71 including Intel Quad Core QX9300 and QX9100.

Features of the G71V and G50V include Nvidia GeForce 9700M GT with 512MB GDDR3 VRAM, Intel Turbo Memory Technology with 2GB (optional), up to 4GB RAM, up to 640GB storage (G50, 2x HDD), up to 1TB storage (G71, 2x HDD), DVD Super Multi Double Layer, Light Scribe, DVD combo, Blu-ray DVD writer, Wifi and Bluetooth.
You get a full gaming package when you buy a G Series notebook, including the must-have Republic of Gamers backpack. The package also includes a professional-grade 1600dpi gaming mouse that offers real-time sensitivity adjustment and a Siberia Steel Gaming Headset that accommodates extended sessions of gameplay in cool comfort.
There is no pricing information available yet for the G71 and G50.
Via this Asus announcement.

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