The tech producer advertises the item as perfect for “gaming on the go.” Thanks to its slim and lightweight design, owners will have no problems using the laptop on the go. Also, its intended to be one of the quietest available, due to the Hyper Cool Technology.
Asus says Hyper Cool Technology is a cooling system that employs two fans and copper pipes to reduce heat productively without much clamor. The CPU and the GPU of the device are cooled separately to guarantee top performance. A comparable method was employed in the past G751, and it worked very well.
With its Intel Core i7-4720HQ chip, the portable computer has enough power to bolster the majority of today’s cutting-edge games. Nevertheless, the high spot of the G501 is in the graphic design. The item has Nvidia’s new GeForce GTX 960M graphics with 4GB of GDDR5 feature memory. This proficient GPU is the thing that enables the G501 accomplish gaming-grade top execution with a small design.
What is more, the producer provides an additional discretionary 4K panel. In any case, users most likely shouldn’t purchase that form, as 4K resolution is excessive for any portable graphics processor to handle in most present day games.
Besides the report of the G501, Asus has announced that it will be giving new graphic choices to its ROG G751 and G551 models. The ROG G751JL is currently accessible with a Nvidia GeForce GTX 965M graphics card with 2GB of GDDR5 memory and ASUS TurboMaster GPU overclocking innovation. A Nvidia GeForce GTX 960M graphics chip with 2GB of GDDR5 feature memory has been adapted to the ROG GL551JW.
This spring, gamers have a lot to see from Asus. The company notes that shoppers can rely on the G501 to start shipping in the U.S. in April, and the G751JL and GL551JW are accessible today.
The GTX 960M card inside it can convey “sharp, vivid visuals, high-quality textures and smooth framerates in the most demanding games,” as per ASUS.
The gadget has Windows 8.1 pre-installed and has a, three USB 3.0 ports and an Intel Thunderbolt connection.
The ROG G501 is accompanied by a 512GB SSD with up to 1400MB/s data transfer speeds making it a decent contender for gaming, as well as for video editing or video production.It will sell at $1,999. The current ROG G751 is presumably the best gaming note pad right now accessible, so it’ll be intriguing to perceive how the ROG G501 will perform.
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