Asus revealed world’s slimmest GTX 1060 Gaming Laptop


Asus has unveiled the world’s thinnest GTX 1060 gaming laptop, the company had previously decided to update its flagship ROG Zephyrus S Max-Q to bring more enhancements and upgradations in the model. Talking about its features, the new model contains a display of 15.6-inch AHVA full HD 1080p display along with 3ms response time.

Although the refresh rate is 144Hz and gives a 100 percent coverage of SRGB color gamut while the keyboard has the same position as before and sits still to the bottom, it also has an RGB lighting and a trackpad beside it. The main center of attraction for all the laptops lovers is its design and yet Asus didn’t disappoint its users this time as they bring the world’s thinnest gaming laptops, claims to be 15.75mm thick at most.

To control heat issue the company brings an integrated Active Aerodynamics cooling system, it uses a new material called Liquid Crystal Polymer in building cooling fans which reduce that thickness of the pipe. It helps to raise the laptop upwards that ultimately open the bottom plate for the air to flow. The company claims that this new technology keeps the temperature below 80 degrees Celsius and improve airflow by 22 percent.

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Now coming to the internals, the laptop is powered by hexa-core 2.2GHz Core i7-8750H processor, consists 24 GB of DDR4-2666 MHz RAM coupled with 1 TB of HDD and/or 512 GB of SSD storage. Plus you will get two versions of the graphics card, first is the base version a respectable 6 GB 192-bit GTX 1060 while the other high-end version contains an 8 GB 256-bit GTX 1070 GPU respectively.

You will get a USB-C port both generation 1 and 2, USB 3.1, 2 USB 2.0, HDMI and headphone jack. The other features like Webcam, speakers Bluetooth 5.0, and Wi-Fi ac are also present. It will available on sale in October and the pricing starts from $2099 for GTX 1060 variant and $2199 for the high-end GTX 1070 variant.

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