Gaming Laptop Asus ROG G75

8/28/2012 1:55:23 AM

Upon release at the beginning of 2012, G75 is the newest laptop model and has the strongest configuration of Ass, belonging to Republic of Gamers series for gamers. For design, G75 inherits and develops the mighty and giant traits from G73 and G74. It is equipped with a 17.3-inch Full HD screen, accompanied by many options such as 4 Ram DDR3 slots, 2 2.5 HDD slots. In addition, there are many advanced connections such as Usb 3.0, ThunderBolt. At the moment, we are having in hands a 3D version (nVIDIA 3D Vision 2 Technology) of this laptop, model G75VW.

Description: Gaming Laptop Asus ROG G75

Gaming Laptop Asus ROG G75

Because of belonging to gaming laptop together with mighty 17-inch screen, G75 is not light at all. It weighs 4.5 kg (including battery, not charger). But its design is solidity to compensate. The whole body is made of stiff plastic covered be a rubber layer which helps user to hold it more easily. However, it is dirty easily. In addition, some other details are remade harmoniously, typically the cooling bottom path has been flattened a lot more than G73. It is likely that G73 is the giant version of G55.

Description: The keyboard

The keyboard

Equipped with 74Wh battery, the battery life is not high though. The main reason is the 3D display. Because HD graphics card is integrated in CPU Core i7 Ivy Bridge cannot output images to 3D screen with a frequency of 120Hz, so it defaults to off in the bios setup. It means that the GTX 670M graphics card will run 24/24, and it leads to a problem that the laptop will become hot and consume more battery energy. Also, G74VW uses the matt display which helps to manifesting the 3D effects better, getting rid of flares and the brightness and color depth are much better.

An admirable trait is the chicklet keyboard of G75 has been improved much with better bouncing level and no more flex phenomenon. The speaker 2.1 is evaluated fairly well for gaming; however, the volume is not loud enough to drown the surrounding noises. Therefore, it will be suitable for quite places.

Detailed configurations of G75VW NVIDIA 3D Vision 2

CPU Intel Core i7 Ivy Bridge 3720QM, quad-core, 2.6GHz

Ram 16GB bus 1600MHz (4 4GB sticks)

VGA nVIDIA GeForce GTX 670M Ram 3GB GDDR5 (Fermi construction, rename and overclocking version of GTX 570M)

17.3" Full HD 1920x1080 pxl Display, supporting nVIDIA 3D Vision 2

Bluray 6X Disk, DVDRW combo

HDD 750GB Sata 2 + SSD 256GB Sata 3

Connections: 4 USB 3.0 slots, microSD slot, ThunderBolt, HDMI, LAN, VGA, Wi-Fi N, Bluetooth, webcam...

Pin 74Wh (5200mAh), 180W charger

Dimensions: 41 x 32 x 2-5cm, weight: 4.5kg

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