ASUS is not only popular for its top-of-the-line smartphones but also for its line of high-end gaming laptops, which is called the ROG series. If you are in the market for one, here are some points to consider. You can also check out the latest ASUS ROG products below.

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Asus Asus ROG Flow X13
Asus ROG Flow X13

Screen Size:

13.4"

OS:

Windows 10 Pro

Battery Life:

6h
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ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 GA401

Screen Size:

14"

OS:

Windows 10 Pro

Battery Life:

11h
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HK$ 2,392.29
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Asus ROG Phone

Screen Size:

6"

Rear Camera:

12 + 8MP

Weight:

200g
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HK$ 877.99
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Asus ROG Phone 5

Screen Size:

6.7"

Rear Camera:

64 + 13 + 5MP

Weight:

239g
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Top ASUS ROG Price List 2021

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Asus ROG Flow X13 HK$ 2,799.00 NewEgg
ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 GA401 HK$ 2,392.29 NewEgg
Asus ROG Phone HK$ 877.99 NewEgg
Asus ROG Phone 5 HK$ 2,679.00 NewEgg
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Things to Look for in a Gaming Laptop with ASUS ROG

Shopping for a gaming laptop in Hong Kong can be overwhelming as they come in all different shapes, prices, and configurations. Fortunately, here’s a short list of things to consider that will help you find the best laptop for your gaming needs.

Monitor

There’s a lot to consider when looking at a laptop’s monitor. The most obvious aspect is the monitor’s size. A smaller 14-inch gaming laptop monitor will generally come in a more ultraportable form factor nowadays, whereas a 17- or even 18-inch notebook will most likely be not only heavier, but thicker as well. It will also come with more powerful components like those found in many ASUS ROG laptops. Aside from the physical size of the monitor, another important thing to consider is the laptop panel’s resolution. It’s best to get a 1080p resolution if gaming is what you mostly aim to do with your laptop.

Trackpad

While you’ll most likely use a mouse when gaming, this doesn’t mean you should settle for a mediocre trackpad. Unfortunately, it’s really hard to gauge how well a trackpad feels unless you try it yourself. If you can’t try it out at a store or at a friend’s place, then look at some online reviews. You should also do research to see if it has all the essentials that you’re looking for. Make sure it allows two-finger scrolling, pinch-to-zoom, and have integrated buttons underneath the trackpad. Some gaming laptops, like ASUS ROG series, even feature glowing trackpads. It’s definitely not super important, but it may improve your gaming experience.

Keyboard

A good keyboard will offer an impressive typing and gaming experience, especially if the keys are tactile. On the other hand, a bad gaming laptop keyboard will feel mushy and squishy. These will occasionally make you second guess whether or not you pressed a certain key.

In addition, many gaming keyboards offer built-in lighting these days. This can help you type in the dark during those late-night gaming sessions. The fancier laptop keyboards will offer customizable RGB lighting. It’s a nice thing to have, but you shouldn’t feel the need to spend extra money for it.

Speakers

Nowadays it’s really hard to find good speakers in gaming laptops. Although not all will blow you away, most of them do offer decent sound quality. If you’re gaming, chances are you’ll use your own headset anyway, but it is worth noting that some gaming laptops come with subwoofers on the bottom, which give you some extra oomph.

Ports

When buying a gaming laptop, be sure to ask yourself if it has all the ports you need. Make sure it can accommodate all the USB devices you intend to use. At the same time, it should have a decent number of USB 3.0 and 2.0 ports, an SD card slot, and HDMI connectivity.

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