ASUS presents ROG GR6 mini gaming computer

ASUS presents ROG GR6 mini gaming computer

ASUSTeK Computer Inc., also known as simply ASUS, has presented the Republic of Gamers (ROG) GR6 mini gaming computer. The new computer is so small it looks like a gaming console and measures just 238 x 245 x 60 mm. The device weighs 1.28 kilograms (2.8 lbs) and when in use sits in a vertical position.

Despite its small size the ROG GR6 should not be underestimated – it comes with an Intel Core i5-5200U Broadwell dual-core processor at 2.2 GHz (2.7 GHz Turbo) that includes Intel HD 5500 graphics and TDP of just 15 watts. The computer also has a separate GeForce GTX 960M graphics card, 8 GB of dual-channeled DDR3L-1600 memory, a 1 TB hard drive at 7200 rpm or a 128 GB/256 GB SSD drive, Gigabit Ethernet and 802.11ac Wi-Fi. Finally it treats gamers with SupremeFX 5.1 HD audio. As to expansion the GR6 has four USB 3.0 ports, two USB 2.0 ports, an RJ-45 jack, 3.5 mm audio jacks, HDMI and DisplayPort ports, S/PDIF and a Kensington lock. The gaming PC runs Windows 8.1 64-bit.

The price of the ASUS ROG GR6 is not clear as of now.

Source: ASUS

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