PCAsus ROG Mothership – An Surface like Overpowered Gaming Laptop

    Asus ROG Mothership – An Surface like Overpowered Gaming Laptop

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    This is the year for Gamers. The Asus ROG Mothership is a 17-inch gaming laptop from the manufacturer Asus. But this time there is something unusual. It is entirely changed from any other laptops. Here in this Asus ROG Mothership, once you press a button a surface pro like kickstand will come out from the screen. And then you can pull down the keyboard and keep it away and use it wirelessly. Just similar to the Surface Pro laptops from the Microsoft But for gaming. It’s essentially an all-in-one gaming PC in laptop design. Its made with aluminium coating and weights 4.67 Kg. That’s too huge.

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    The Asus ROG Mothership will have a 17.3-inch HD Display with a refresh rate of 144Hz,3ms response time and NVIDIA’s G-SYNC. Comes with the latest Nvidia’s RTX 2080 GPU, which will be the first gaming laptop to have the newest Nvidia’s RTX 20-series GPUs, including the most dominant model, the 2080 Max-Q. Coupled with the latest i9 8th gen CPU. Come with 32GB of RAM capacity and can be expanded to 64GB of DDR4 version. Can stoke up to 512GB of NVMe SSDs in a Raid 0 array. The storage capacity is of 1TB and there is an extra slot for expansion.


    Other Features include four USB Type-A 3.0 ports, one Type-C Thunderbolt 3 port,a standard USB-C port, HDMI 2.0,SD Card Slot, LAN, a Mini-Display Port, a headphone, microphone combo,a full-HD webcam with windows Hello, dual-array microphones, stereo speakers, Killer Networks Gigabit LAN, a combo dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11ac and Bluetooth 5 chip from Qualcomm as standard, and of course, Windows 10 Home Edition. There is no information about the battery capacity so far. And the machine comes in Black colour with these minimum specifications. The price tag will be obviously more than $1,700 (Rs. 1,19,206 and above expected) and goes on sale after the Q1 in 2019.

    More information will be updated soon…

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