The Asus ROG G752 is a pricey, bulky gaming behemoth
Now it feels a little weird to call something that weighs 9.6 pounds a portable gaming machine, but here we are.
I'm Nate Ralph of C Net, today we're checking out the Asus Republic of Gamers G752 gaming laptop.
Now you can get this machine in a wide range of configurations, but we'll look at the top [UNKNOWN] At the top, you'll find an Intel Core i7 Skylake processor, with up to 64 gigs of DDR 4 RAM.
Graphics compared the G4 GPX980M, and get up to 512 gigs of solid state drive storage and a one terrabyte 7200 RPM storage drive.
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There's a Blu-ray burner, 802.11ac wi-fi.
You'll find USB Type-C and Thunderbolt 3.
And there's also a mini display port and HDMI port, in case you wanna get this pumping out to a 4K display.
You're also gonna wanna stay pretty close to an outlet, as you can expect about four hours of battery life out of this thing.
Of course top end performance is going to cost All the highest specs I just rattled off, that's gonna run you about 3500 dollars.
So if the Asus Republic of Gamers G752 has got you interested, you can preorder it starting today and we'll ship around October 26th.
It starts at 1499, but it can obviously get much, much denser than that.
I'm Nate Ralph, be sure to read my full thoughts CNET, thanks for watching.
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