Transcend limits with all the gaming gear ROG announced at CES 2024

Jan 09, 2024 Written by:ROG Article

The ROG Swift OLED PG32UCMP on a desk with the ROG Aura Monitor Light Bar affixed on top.

From ultra-thin laptops to new graphics cards and lots of OLED displays, ROG has what your battlestation needs in 2024. Here’s everything we announced at the Consumer Electronics Show this year, so you can start drooling over your next upgrade. 

2024 ROG laptops forge new levels of portability

The new Zephyrus G14 and G16 on a table, next to the previous generation Zephyrus G14 and G16.

For years, the ROG Zephyrus G14 and G16 have been hailed as the best gaming laptops you can buy. And this year, they’re getting even better. We’ve redesigned our Zephyrus machines from the ground up, with a CNC-milled aluminum chassis that’s thinner and lighter than ever, while also allowing for a larger trackpad, keycaps, and speakers. A new Slash Lighting array adorns the lid for a bit of customizable flair, and the latest hardware from Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA keeps these machines performing great, whether you’re gaming, creating content, or working with the latest AI platforms. 

On top of that, we’ve also outfitted these two laptops with ROG’s first notebook OLED displays. With up to 3K 120Hz on the G14 and 2.5K 240Hz on the G16, these incredible Nebula Displays have all the benefits you’ve come to expect from OLED, including pixel-perfect inky black levels, gorgeous DCI-P3 color reproduction, and insanely fast 0.2ms gray-to-gray response times for unparalleled image contrast and clarity. We’re even proud to announce that we worked closely with NVIDIA and Samsung Display to make these the first OLED gaming laptops available with NVIDIA G-SYNC technology, ensuring your gameplay stays free of tearing and stuttering from fluctuating framerates. You can read more about the new Zephyrus machines here

The ROG Strix SCAR 16 on a table with two hands visible playing video games.

These two Zephyrus machines aren't the only laptops getting new hardware for 2024, either: the ROG Strix G16, Strix G18, Strix SCAR 16, and Strix SCAR 18 have all been upgraded to feature the latest CPUs from Intel to keep you on the cutting edge. In addition, the Strix SCAR 18 is getting a Nebula HDR Display for the first time ever — and the Nebula HDR versions of both the Strix SCAR 16 and Strix SCAR 18 are getting the latest Mini LED panels with over 1100 nits of peak brightness and over 2000 dimming zones, almost double last year’s zone count. For high-end laptop gaming that truly shines, the Strix SCAR 16 and 18 cannot be beat. Check out the full specs of the 2024 Strix lineup here

Finally, all of our 2023 laptops will still be available throughout 2024, including the previous Zephyrus G14 and G16, the venerable Zephyrus M16, and the convertible Flow X13, Flow X16, and Flow Z13. So no matter what kind of laptop you’re looking for, ROG has an incredible selection to fit the tastes of just about anyone. 

ROG Strix GeForce RTX 40 SUPER Series graphics cards take desktop gaming to new heights

An ROG Strix, TUF Gaming, and ProArt graphics card under the word

NVIDIA also pulled back the curtain on their latest GPUs, and we’re excited to offer all of them in ROG Strix and TUF Gaming flavors, including some white and factory overclocked editions. The ROG Strix GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER, ROG Strix GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER, and ROG Strix GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER all come with the same class-leading build as their non-SUPER brethren, with 16-pin 12VHPWR power connectors, a metal exoskeleton with bold ROG styling, and three Axial-tech fans to keep your card running cool and quiet. You also get a Dual BIOS switch that lets you choose between maximum performance and quieter operation, as well as FanConnect II headers that allow you to control you case fans according to your GPU’s temperature. All three cards are available in OC Editions, while the ROG Strix GeForce RTX 4080 is also available in white. 

You’ll also find TUF Gaming variants of the GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER, GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER, and GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER, with a similar metal build, triple-fan cooling, and large heatsinks. All three TUF cards are also available in OC editions, while the TUF Gaming GeForce RTX 4070 Ti is also available in White and White BTF editions (see below). Keep an eye out for an ASUS GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER Noctua Edition coming soon as well. Check out our full article for the rundown of these new cards, and the best power supplies to pair with them.

Cut down on cable clutter with BTF motherboards, cases, and graphics cards

A view inside a gaming PC using ROG BTF components.

Cable management can make or break a showpiece PC build, and if you’re looking for the cleanest aesthetic possible, ROG and TUF Gaming are here to help with a brand -new motherboard standard: BTF. This new design goes back to the future by allowing components to attach to the front, while all your cables plug into the back for an insanely clean look. You’ll need the full suite of compatible components to make the most of this new system, so check out our ROG Maximus Z790 Hero BTF, TUF Gaming Z790-BTF WiFi, and TUF Gaming B760M-BTF WiFi D4 motherboards, the ROG Hyperion GR701 BTF Edition and TUF Gaming GT302 ARGB cases, and the ROG Strix GeForce RTX™ 4090 BTF Edition and the TUF Gaming GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER BTF White Edition graphics cards. When combined with our other premium components, your new build will be the talk of the LAN party. Read more about the new BTF ecosystem here.

New ROG OLED monitors in every size, plus new accessories

The ROG Swift OLED PG39WCDM monitor on a desk next to a gaming PC.

Over the past couple of years, ROG has set new benchmarks in gaming display technology with its OLED monitors. And with so many monitor sizes, resolutions, and refresh rates available, we wanted to make sure there was an OLED for everyone. So this year, be on the watch for three new OLED monitors from ROG. The ROG Swift OLED PG39WCDM boasts a unique, curved ultrawide panel with 1300 nits of peak brightness and a fluid 240Hz refresh rate. The ROG Swift OLED PG27AQDP, on the other hand, is perfect for esports gamers that want an insanely smooth 480Hz refresh rate, with a sharp QHD resolution. And for the 32-inch crowd, the ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDM combines the sharp image of a 4K resolution with the incredibly smooth motion of 240Hz, plus Dolby Vision support for incredible HDR experiences. Or you can check out our ROG Swift OLED PG32UCDP, which sports dual-mode functionality that lets you switch between 4K 240Hz and Full HD 480Hz modes to match whatever game you're playing. Check out our full rundown of the latest OLEDs to see more. You may also be interested in our ROG Ergo Monitor Arm and ROG Aura Light Bar, two accessories that let you make the most of your desk space and give your setup an ultra-sleek look, and G-SYNC Pulsar, a new technology that's coming soon to an ROG gaming monitor. 

The ROG Phone 8 and ROG Phone 8 Pro go beyond gaming with a brand-new design

A low-angle shot of a man holding the ROG Phone 8 Pro.

Every ROG Phone is cutting edge, but the ROG Phone 8 series is something truly special: with an all-new ultra-thin design, the sleek ROG Phone 8 and ROG Phone 8 Pro are true flagships in every sense of the word. Boasting high-end performance from the latest Snapdragon 8 Gen 3 platform, all of your games will run buttery- smooth on the 144Hz AMOLED display, capable of 2500 nits of peak brightness for incredible HDR visuals. Arguably the biggest upgrade, though, are the cameras: with all-new lenses and sensors, these cameras compete with the best phones out there, and then one-up with with our 6-axis Hybrid Gimbal Stabilizer 3.0 for super smooth, stable video. We even shrunk the bezels and gave the ROG Phone 8 series an IP68 rating for dust- and water-resistance. And we did all this without getting rid of the features you love, like capacitive AirTriggers and a 3.5mm headphone jack. The ROG Phone 8 isn’t just the best gaming phone on the market — it’s the best phone, period. Read more about all the ROG Phone 8's new features here.

Take full control with a new mouse, keyboard, and mobile gaming controller

The ROG Falchion RX Low Profile keyboard and ROG Keris II Ace mouse half inserted into a carrying case.

We’re always looking for ways to give you more precise control over your gameplay, and this year we have a number of new peripherals on offer. The ROG Keris II Ace is our latest ultra-light esports mouse, weighing in at 54 grams and built with our ROG AimPoint Pro optical sensor for an ultra-sensitive DPI of 42,000. Meanwhile, our ROG Falchion RX Low Profile keyboard boasts brand-new low profile switches and a compact 65% layout, making for an ultra-thin keyboard that can slide into your bag and go anywhere. And finally, the ROG Tessen mobile controller attaches to any phone and gives you console-grade sticks and buttons for easy control over all your mobile games

The ROG Cetra SpeedNova true wireless earbuds game with lower latency than ever

The black ROG Cetra True Wireless SpeedNova sitting next to the white ROG Cetra True Wireless Speednova on a black surface, each with a wireless receiver next to them.

True wireless earbuds have brought new levels of convenience to on-the-go music, podcasts, and movies — but most struggle with gaming, where latency can make or break your experience. The ROG Cetra SpeedNova are different: not only do they offer a Bluetooth connection for easy on-the-go gaming, but new in 2024, they also offer an ultra low latency 2.4GHz connection using a USB receiver. That means you can get the convenience of true wireless earbuds with the lightning-fast connection of a USB headset, plus active noise canceling and RGB lighting to boot. 

Keep your system cool with ROG Strix LC III series AIOs and the new ROG Ryujin III water block

The inside of a gaming PC with the The ROG STIRX LC III 360 ARGB in the center.

Whether you’re building a midrange gaming rig or an all-out, custom water-cooled showpiece PC, ROG has new liquid cooling products to make your build stand out. The latest ROG Strix LC III AIOs come with Asetek’s New Gen7 v2 pump and copper coldplate, and are also available in an LCD edition featuring a 2.1” IPS screen that allows you to put CPU temperatures, a system clock, or a custom image of your choosing right on the water block. Available in both white and black, you can read more about this family of AIO coolers here. And if you prefer to craft your own water cooling, the new ROG Ryujin III water block integrates with your custom loop, with a similar 3.5” LCD screen that lets you monitor system stats or show custom animations atop your CPU. Read more about the new Ryujin III water block here

Take your games and streams to the next level with the ROG Carnyx microphone

A desktop gaming setup with a monitor, keyboard, headset, and microphone.

Finally, if you game online with friends or create content on the side, round out your setup with the new ROG Carnyx, a professional-grade condenser microphone. The ROG Carnyx delivers detailed, high-fidelity audio with a hassle-free USB setup. The 25mm condenser capsule ensures every detail of your voice comes through cleanly, while the built-in pop filter and premium metal shock mount keep unwanted noises at bay. Plus, like all our other ROG gear, it’s got Aura Sync-compatible RGB lighting baked right in, so you can coordinate it with the rest of your setup.

No matter what kind of gaming setup you’re putting together, the 2024 lineup from ROG has everything you need for a killer battlestation, at home or on the go. Follow the links on this page for more information about each product, and connect with us on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, TikTokDiscord, YouTube, and Twitch to keep up with all our latest product announcements.