ASUS has announced five new 2020 notebooks with some drastic new hardware and improvements. Headlining the range is the new ASUS ROG Scar Strix III which packs an RTX 2080 Super GPU and a crazy 300Hz 17.3-inch display. ASUS has also made adjustments to their budget TUF range with a new A15 RTX 2060 GPU. In addition, designers will be happy to know the new ProArt StudioBook 17 looks better than ever and is more powerful too.
ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14: The Game Changer
ASUS claims the new Zephyrus G14 is the “world’s most powerful 14-inch laptop”. It packs an NVIDIA RTX 2060 along with a 14-inch compact design.
ASUS ROG Scar Strix III (G732): The Competitor
The new monster ROG Scar Strix III includes a crazy 300Hz 17.3-inch display and an NVIDIA RTX 20080 Super GPU. The new improved cooling can run the new GPU at a full 150w thanks to the new design and chassis. Of course, it also packs a 10th Gen Intel Core-i9 CPU.
ASUS TUF Gaming A15
Featuring an 8-core AMD Ryzen 4000 series CPU combined with an NVIDIA RTX 2060, the new TUF has seen some new improvements. All models now include an SSD with a free slot for expandable storage. It also packs some impressive battery life with up to 12.3 hours of video playback and 8 hours of web browsing.
ASUS ProArt StudioBook Pro 17
This 2.39KG device includes either an Intel Xeon or Core i7 CPUs and NVIDIA Quadro RTX or GeForce RTX. However, it is the display and design that makes this range so spectacular. The new 17-inch panel fits into a slim 15-inch chassis and with all the power inside of it, the device is only 18.4mm thin. The 16:10 display gives you 25% more screen area compared to the 16:9 model too.
ASUS VivoBook S
The new VivoBook has maintained its “on-the-go” approach and kept its personality. It is still as thin as ever with its bezel-less display and a great keyboard. It comes with either an AMD Ryzen R7 or 10th Gen Core-i7 CPU.
Note that these devices come in different builds including SSD size, GPU and more. We will have a full breakdown of pricing and availability up soon as well as a review on the new ASUS ROG Scar Strix III.