Asus is improving the technology for portable gaming. Following up the CES appearance of the insane ROG Mothership GZ700GX including improving its entire gaming laptop available in April, Asus introduced the world’s fastest gaming laptop with an amazing display at IFA 2019, Europe’s biggest consumer tech show.
A gaming laptop with 120Hz and 144Hz refresh rates and displays are extra widespread now in these days, only some laptops from the likes of Alienware, Omen by HP, Razer and Asus provide faster 240Hz displays. Faster refresh rates minimize blur and overall make video games look smoother so the user may see fewer artifacts that take the user out of the gaming experience.
To take full benefit of a 300Hz display, although, you will require a top-end graphics card in the laptop-compatible of pushing a game at frame rates upwards of 240fps. Asus says it can assist with visible stuttering when frame rates are slower, however. It might draw an entirely new frame every 3.3 milliseconds, which matches the 3ms response time of the pixels. The performance is a 25% improvement over the present standard for high-level esports tournaments, Asus stated in its announcement.
The Asus Zephyrus S GX701 would be the first laptop available with the new show in October. It would then discover its way into more Asus ROG gaming laptops next year.
Asus additionally introduced that its Zephyrus S GX502, Zephyrus M GU502, and Strix G G531 and G731 might be available in a “glacier blue” hue. Asus is hoping the more refreshing color will appeal to creators who also game. These gaming laptops had been introduced earlier in the year in black and, apart from the color, will otherwise remain the same.
The new color option will be available at retailers worldwide a while in Q3 of this year.