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Fac183
11-09-2013, 04:52 AM
Surely I must be missing something here.

Here in the USA, I cannot find a G750JH equipped with a 3D 120Hz display for sale anywhere.

According to Asus product pages, such a display does in fact exist:

ASUS ROG G750JH SPECIFICATIONS (http://www.asus.com/us/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/ASUS_ROG_G750JH/#specifications)

ASUS Introduces the Republic of Gamers G750 Laptop (http://rog.asus.com/239892013/g-series-laptops/asus-introduces-the-republic-of-gamers-g750-laptop/)

And here's a review that mentions the 3D 120Hz display:

PC Gamer Home Review: ASUS ROG G750JH-DB72-CA Republic of Gamers Laptop (http://pcgamerhome.com/review-asus-rog-g750jh-db72-ca-republic-of-gamers-laptop/)

Perhaps the display has been discontinued all ready?

I understand that there are many different SKUs and configurations varying by country to country and that this display may be available in Canada or China, but I'm pretty much stuck with purchasing Asus laptops released in the USA.

Nehmia
11-09-2013, 07:41 AM
look at my sig, I have the 3D Display and after looking @ 120 Hz. Glossy, you will vomit if you look at a matte screen that looks as if someone spilled oil on it

this is so crisp and smooth

Fac183
11-09-2013, 09:49 PM
I'll take that as a no, there is no 3D 120Hz G750JH in the USA at least.

My guess would be that the motherboard does not support it.

dali71
11-12-2013, 04:36 AM
It appears that Asus doesn't really care about losing potential customers, otherwise they would comment on this. Once you have experienced gaming on a 120Hz display, there's no way you'll ever go back to 60Hz. Good job, Asus, you've just given Alienware a new customer.

LeonardoTan
11-12-2013, 09:33 AM
It appears that Asus doesn't really care about losing potential customers, otherwise they would comment on this. Once you have experienced gaming on a 120Hz display, there's no way you'll ever go back to 60Hz. Good job, Asus, you've just given Alienware a new customer. totally agree, I really like this stealth fighter model but alienware provides better service and build quality iMO, I just go with the alienware, taiwanese corp are just not good managing their customers satisfactory.

chrsplmr
11-12-2013, 01:06 PM
Welcome to ROG ..

Well, everyone is entitled to their opinion but let's look at the facts.
A quick look at the alienware (http://www.alienware.com/Landings/laptops.aspx?&ST=alienware&dgc=ST&cid=246707&lid=4263762&acd=123098073120560) .. hahhaha, sorry, I always giggle when I say that, I mean 'dude, it's a Dell ..
but anyway ..
To get close to the specs of the G750JH .. it's .. ~choke~ .. $4,499 and that's without the claimed coveted 120mhtz 3D screen.
That's alot of money for some pretty lights. Customize .. and you could get a 'gimped' one with 3D for $3.5k .. et.

Then for all that theDell .. or any of the other also-rans may be .. they are not ROG. imho.
Best of Luck .. ROG u later.c.

Shawnnepc
11-12-2013, 02:45 PM
3D isn't doing so well in the US.

I don't expect to see another 3D laptop anytime soon.

Not only that but 3D doesn't really work well on laptops.. it's too taxing for mobile GPUs.

I've sold SLI 780m Clevo's with 3D and wasn't pleased with the number of sacrifices in visual quality I had to make in order to render 3D @ 60fps


Surely I must be missing something here.

Here in the USA, I cannot find a G750JH equipped with a 3D 120Hz display for sale anywhere.

According to Asus product pages, such a display does in fact exist:

ASUS ROG G750JH SPECIFICATIONS (http://www.asus.com/us/Notebooks_Ultrabooks/ASUS_ROG_G750JH/#specifications)

ASUS Introduces the Republic of Gamers G750 Laptop (http://rog.asus.com/239892013/g-series-laptops/asus-introduces-the-republic-of-gamers-g750-laptop/)

And here's a review that mentions the 3D 120Hz display:

PC Gamer Home Review: ASUS ROG G750JH-DB72-CA Republic of Gamers Laptop (http://pcgamerhome.com/review-asus-rog-g750jh-db72-ca-republic-of-gamers-laptop/)

Perhaps the display has been discontinued all ready?

I understand that there are many different SKUs and configurations varying by country to country and that this display may be available in Canada or China, but I'm pretty much stuck with purchasing Asus laptops released in the USA.

dali71
11-23-2013, 05:27 AM
You can get the Alienware for much cheaper than you have stated, and that's before negotiating the price with a Dell rep (which is easily done, try that with an Asus). And if you ever need to use the warranty, Alienware is vastly superior to Asus (in-home service vs. sending it off for repair). I want the 120Hz display for being able take full advantage of a GPU that can play games faster than 60 FPS; I couldn't care less about gaming in 3d. But more power to you if giggling like a schoolgirl and regurgitating a 13 year old commericial catchphrase makes you feel better about yourself. And one more thing: it's 120Hz, not 120mhtz. "Platinum guru" indeed... :rolleyes:
Welcome to ROG ..

Well, everyone is entitled to their opinion but let's look at the facts.
A quick look at the alienware (http://www.alienware.com/Landings/laptops.aspx?&ST=alienware&dgc=ST&cid=246707&lid=4263762&acd=123098073120560) .. hahhaha, sorry, I always giggle when I say that, I mean 'dude, it's a Dell ..
but anyway ..
To get close to the specs of the G750JH .. it's .. ~choke~ .. $4,499 and that's without the claimed coveted 120mhtz 3D screen.
That's alot of money for some pretty lights. Customize .. and you could get a 'gimped' one with 3D for $3.5k .. et.

Then for all that theDell .. or any of the other also-rans may be .. they are not ROG. imho.
Best of Luck .. ROG u later.c.

Feral
03-24-2016, 01:05 PM
totally agree, I really like this stealth fighter model but alienware provides better service and build quality iMO, I just go with the alienware, taiwanese corp are just not good managing their customers satisfactory.

Right on board with you, made the switch after being a longtime Asus customer. Let's see what the future holds with my new graphic's amplifier and the Alienware (although I used to swear that I would never go Alienware)