ASUS rolls out 14-inch gaming laptop

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The Taiwanese ASUS has introduced a new gaming laptop in the 14-inch market segment. One may think 14 inches is too small – but the ASUS ROG G46VW packs powerful hardware and the 14-inch display makes it easy to carry.

As the name hints the ASUS ROG G46VW belongs to the Republic of Gamers series and comes with fast Intel Core i7 Ivy Bridge processors, discrete NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660M graphics with 2 GB GDDR5 and Optimus technology that enables it to work for as many as six hours on battery, with instant on 2-second resume and up to 14-day standby, plus automatic file backups. Storage is provided by SSD drives and there’s also Intel Thunderbolt technology as well as ASUS SonucMaster audio for great audio experience.

Excellent hardware comes with excellent looks and this is why the ASUS G46VW employs a backlit keyboard and an illuminated ROG logo along with dual large rear-venting exhausts with two fans that provide cool and stable performance.

Pricing is a mystery.


Source: ASUS

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