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Asus takes Nvidia's top-end GPU out for a spinThe Asus line of gaming laptops has always offered excellent high-end configurations, along with custom software and hardware tweaks. This latest version of the G750 bets on Nvidia's brand-new line of GPUs, and includes the current top-end card for great...
I'm Dan Ackerman and we are here take a look at the Asus GE 750. There are several different configurations of this big seventy inch gaming laptop we've got pretty much the highest -- one. Audience got a standard seventeen point three inch 1920 by -- screens got the latest fourth gen Intel Core I seven processors. I it's got to 256. Blu-ray burner. So lots of good stuff there but here's the real kicker is the first laptop that we've seen with Nvidia's. Brand new top of the line part of its 800 and the series graphics cards. This is the -- GeForce GTX 880 and first laptop that we've seen that in pretty much the fastest. Video card you can get right now beef that part Nvidia's new line up. So how to perform you know very quickly if you have to La carte from the previous generation like 2780 and SLI configuration that we hadn't origin. -- hot PC laptop reviewed last year that's a little bit faster that's two cards vs one but for single cart system this is currently -- top of the heap. Of course being a big desktop replacement -- of its gigantic it comes up full inch off your desk in the front here about two inches in the back. It just look -- horrible -- -- gaming laptop PC unions and brushed metal here in the wrist rest kind of a nice matte black and have a matte screen. But nobody really making these things look good these days. We have you know always things that come to about 3000 dollars that's a lot to spend kind of like a lot of the extras. -- has some -- GPU overclocking software they -- -- you can play around with. And it's got that not just a feline Vijay it's off of any mini display -- -- thunderbolt out. They do get a bunch of -- not gonna find even on other high end laptops. I'm Dan Ackerman and that's -- -- the G-7.