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ASUS unveils new gaming laptops in India

ASUS unveils new gaming laptops in India

ASUS unveils new gaming laptops in India. ASUS, a Taiwanese technology giant, released its new Republic of Gamers (ROG) gaming laptops on Thursday. Sporting the newest Intel Core H-series CPUs.

The new range comprises the ROG Zephyrus S17 and Zephyrus M16, which retail for RsA2,99,990 and Rs 1,44,990, respectively.

Additionally, the business revealed the ASUS TUF Gaming F15 and F17, which retail for Rs 1,04,990 and Rs 92,990, respectively.

“Our new Gaming laptops are meant to boost the gaming experience with their adaptability and increased capacity to manage various activities without latency,”. Arnold Su, ASUS India’s Business Head, Consumer and Gaming PC, System Business Group, said in a statement.

“In worldwides markets the goods have a enormus reaction. So, now we boost in India,” Su said.

With a 16-inch small and light design, the Zephyrus M16 is truly portable, making it a powerful device for gaming and beyond.

WhileAZephyrus S17 is a brand-new premium gaming laptop with a rising optical-mechanical keyboard for improved cooling.

It combines top-of-the-line gaming performance and more in a sleek design that’s appropriate for any occasion.

The TUF F15 and TUF F17 have an innovative combination of Intel Core H-series CPUs with NVIDIA GeForce RTX 30 Series Laptop GPUs.

Additionally, the new TUF includes quick charging, which provides a charge from 0 to 50% in only 30 minutes. In a pinch, users may also use a Type-C charger to recharge the battery through the Thunderbolt 4 connector.

ASUS unveils new gaming laptops in India

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Written by Ankur J Kakoti

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