ASUS has brought all the artillery for the renewal of its 17-inch gaming notebooks with the new ROG G752VY and ROG G752VL/VT, something thinner and lighter.
Among the various graphics settings, you can find models with a GTX 965M, some with GTX 970M and also with the powerful GTX 980M. The processors are the latest high-performance models of the Intel Skylake family for laptops. However, ASUS has not opted for 4K screens this series and we still have to conform to a 17.3-inch IPS panel of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
They come with Thunderbolt 3.0 connectivity (with USB connector 3.1 Type-C) and NVIDIA G-Sync technology. They support up to 64 GB DDR4 memory and SATA and M.2 NVME mechanical drive setting of up to 256 GB.
Its prices will start from $1,500 with the G752VL-DH71 model with an NVIDIA GTX 965m and a 1080p display with a Core i7-6700HQ and 16 GB DDR4 memory with 1TB HDD.