ASUS ROG offers G20 compact gaming PC

ASUS ROG offers G20 compact gaming PC

Gaming is a fun activity so no wonder there are so many gamers around the world. Unfortunately it has some drawbacks too – it requires powerful desktop computers, expensive hardware and more. Let’s not forget the fact that such PCs are hard to move too.

Well, not anymore – thanks to the Republic of Gamers division of ASUS you can now get one of their new G20 compact gaming PCs. The new company product comes in a compact 12.5-liter case and the latest hardware there is for excellent gaming performance. The new machine is powered by a 4th generation Intel Core processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 graphics and fully supports the WQHD 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution.

Despite the powerful hardware inside the G20 delivers on the power efficiency front too – the machine needs just 10 watts of power in Eco Energy mode and 20 watts when idle so you can leave it working for a long time without paying insane energy bills. In addition to all this the computer is very quiet at just 22 dBa in idle mode.

It is hard to describe the tech specs of the G20 computer because gamers can choose among numerous hardware options that include different Intel Haswell Core i3/i5/i7 processors, various GeForce gaming video cards, storage that includes a SSD (up to 256 GB) or a hard drive (up to 3 TB) and more. The computer comes with 2 GB of DDR3 memory (up to 16 GB) so you may consider upgrading this component but apart from this everything is just great with the G20. The computer runs Windows 8.1 out of the box too and this is perhaps the only thing that you cannot change.

The G20 also comes in a nice-looking chassis that includes a matte-black finish, aggressive lines and Mayan-inspired markings. Customizable lighting effects showcase up to 8 million colors on the front and underside of the chassis, reflecting the feel of the game currently being played to further add to the experience. ASUS SonicMaster brings excellent audio effects to gamers too no matter which game they are playing.

ASUS has not mentioned prices for the G20 but this is understandable given the many hardware options. If you want a G20 PC then it is better to check with your local ASUS dealer for prices of the G20.

Source: ASUS

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