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Every year since 2008 ROG has won design awards from internationally renowned design houses. 2014 is no different, with the G20 winning Computex Best Choice Gold Award and Best Choice of the Year award. See the press release inside for full details.
See the press release inside for the full press release regarding ROG’s new gaming gear launched at Computex 2014!
More articles inbound all week with details about our new products.
ASUS today announced brand new 4K monitors: PA328Q with a color pre-calibrated 32-inch LCD panel for professionals, and the color-rich PB279Q, a 27-inch LCD for gaming, entertainment and pro-sumer applications. These pair up with the recently launched 28 inch PB287Q, 28-inch 4K monitor and the previous PQ321Q premium IGZO 4K monitor.
At Computex 2014, ASUS has shown off two motherboards with USB 3.1 – codenamed Shadowcat (mini-ITX) and Quicksilver (ATX). ASMedia USB 3.1 chipsets are available later this year, so if you’re ready for an upgrade for 10Gbps transfers, stay tuned to ASUS as it’s already ahead of the curve in design, validation and certification!
Project Siren is an ASUS RT-AC68U router, with some much needed ROG style added to it. We love it! Nice job, Conrad Yeo!
YouTuber Bennycentral has explained why it’s better to use a gaming monitor like the ASUS VG248QE than a normal HDTV for gaming – even if you’re a console gamer. Hint: lower input lag and faster refresh rates!