Overall, it introduces nine equipment based on a similar basis. A distinction is made in two series: G751JT and G751JY.
The G751JT is the “smaller” entry-level series that focuses on a Intel Core i7 4710HQ as well as the new GeForce GTX 970M with 3GB GDDR5 RAM. For this purpose, at least 8 GB of RAM and a 256 GB SSD joined next to a 1 TB hard drive. As drive here is a DVD-Super Multi burner installed
The G751JY-high-end series, however, focuses on a 4860HQ i7 Intel Core i7 or Core 4710HQ. There is a GeForce GTX 980M with 4GB of GDDR5 RAM and also at least 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD and 1 TB HDD. Add to that a BluRay burner.
Together, the two series have the ASUS ‘Turbo Master GPU overclocking Technology “- means something like a factory overclocking the graphics card, what should bring 5% more power than conventional cards. Also both series have 4 RAM slots, so it can store up to 32 GB of RAM is installed. These still-Fi with 802.11ac standard and a matte 17.3-inch display with full HD resolution is joined.
The design is based on the predecessors of the ROG series and builds on the stealth design. However, the new devices are a bit rounder and not as edgy as the older ones. The bulky design also does not disappoint: The units are to be worn with real chunks 4.5 kg and not suitable permanent through the area.
The cheapest version G751JT-T7032H with 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD and 1 TB HDD fails with 1599 euros (RRP) for beech, while the most expensive versions at 2,099 euros (32 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD) or 2,199 euros (16 GB RAM 512 GB SSD) are. No cheap fun, but definitely more mobile than a full gaming PC.
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