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    ROG G752 Reviewed!!!

    Like a master carpenter at work, ASUS reshapes its product with fine but deliberated movements, a millimeter off here, and a new component there. But this time, they have changed the entire look. Gone is the boring black-and-black; in is a sexy new Armor Titanium and Plasma copper colour scheme. This is the best looking gaming laptop we’ve seen in a while and if you are not sold by the looks alone, let the specs blow you away. With a RAM capacity expandable of 64GBs, it spells absolute madness. Handling today’s game is as easy as chomping on a fresh pizza when hungry, and it doesn’t falter one bit. Games like fallout 4 and Quantum break prove taxing on systems, but the ASUS handles them with ease. The loading time is impressive as well. You get a lot for your money here.
    Rated 5/5!!!
    “The best laptop this kind of money can buy for serious gamers.”
    Stuff Magazine


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    "The Asus ROG G752VY is a big and bulky laptop but is very powerful and offers one of the best gaming performance for its price. It comes with features like a G-Sync display as well as Vapour chamber cooling which further enhances the gaming prowess of this laptop, thus making it the best gaming laptop under 2 lakh rupees."
    Digit

    Read Full Article: http://www.digit.in/laptops/asus-rog...view-6939.html


    "Kudos to Asus for delivering a gaming notebook with such an optimized cooling design ensuring no heating issues even under extreme stress."
    - The Economic Times

    Read Full Article: http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/...w/52883046.cms


    "The Asus ROG G752VY will set you back by Rs. 1,79,990, which is to be expected from a premium gaming laptop. At this price you get fantastic gaming performance, a superbly designed chassis, a large display, and good headroom for upgrading some of the components. Asus's software suite is also very well designed and functional."
    NDTV Gadgets 360

    Read Full Article: http://gadgets.ndtv.com/laptops/revi...-review-853206


    “Thanks to it’s processor and graphics card, this beast is likely to last you around 3 years without any issue. Though if you do shell out more and get a desktop you’re likely to get better longevity due to better upgrade options.”
    IGN India

    Read Full Article: http://in.ign.com/asus-rog-g752vy/93...sus-rog-g752vy

    Stay Tuned For More Updates!!

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