CES 2018 takes place in Las Vegas, NV this week. ROG is there with a stack of new products that you can see in our suite from January 9-12. If you can't make it to the show, everything you need to know is covered in the articles linked below.
ROG Swift PG65 Big Format Gaming Display
Forget big-screen TVs; the ROG Swift PG65 Big Format Gaming Display brings the impeccably smooth gameplay of 120Hz G-Sync to a massive 65" screen. This 4K monster boasts HDR support along with an integrated Shield Android TV device to cover all your streaming needs. Check it out in this article.
ROG Strix GL12 gaming desktop
Esports professionals have specific requirements, so we took feedback from top teams and tournaments to create the new Strix GL12 gaming desktop. With factory overclocked hardware, a hot-swap SSD bay, and a compact chassis that has room to grow, the GL12 is ready for everyone from seasoned pros to more casual amateurs. Get all the details right here.
ROG Strix Flare mechanical gaming keyboard
Mechanical gaming keyboards are everywhere, but the new Strix Flare puts a unique twist on the formula. It moves media shortcuts to the left for easier access, includes new Armoury 2 software contained entirely within the driver, and enables greater personalization with an acrylic badge ready for your own logo. Learn more in this article.
New products and SDK partners expand Aura RGB lighting
The new ROG Aura Terminal extends lighting across your entire battlestation and adds a Halo effect that synchronizes ambient illumination with in-game action. Along with the ROG Spotlight and new capabilities enabled by partners using our Aura SDK, we have a full slate of fresh options for gamers and modders who want to do more with RGB LEDs. Get the lowdown in this article.
Bezel-free kit makes multi-monitor setups seamless
We've developed a new product concept that uses optical obfuscation to hide the bezels in multi-monitor setups, creating an panoramic array that's practically seamless. The Bezel-Free Kit is being demoed at CES 2018 on a trio of ROG Swift PG258Q monitors. More details are available in this post.
ROG GT51-PBA with an Intel Core i9 CPU
The ROG GT51-PBA might be a dead-ringer for the GT51CA, but underneath its bold exterior is a whole other story. Revealed for the first time on stage during Intel's CES keynote, it features an unlocked Core i9 processor with a whopping 18 cores and 36 threads. Read more about the GT51-PBA's debut appearance here.