In terms of power, the laptop’s built-in graphics processor has enough graphics sound to guide you through most of your 1,255MHz tasks. But for gaming, you’ll really want to use the Nvidia RTX 3080 with its full 1810MHz power and all of its 2nd generation RT cores.
In addition, Asus has developed a gaming laptop that is not only ultraportable, but also multifunctional for many non-gaming applications.
Asus ROG Flow X13 is a convertible laptop with a 360-degree hinge that allows users to turn the screen and use the machine as a Windows tablet. In this mode, users can draw, play touch-based games, and watch streaming media. The screen also looks fantastic on paper with Ultra HD 4K resolution, 16:10 aspect ratio and 120Hz refresh rate.
As for its other features, Asus ROG Flow X13 has DDR4X 4.266MHz memory and SSD capacity up to 1TB. You can also expect 10 hours of video playback from this laptop’s battery.
And when you want to get to games, just connect the ROG XG Mobile to your laptop with the right cable. Instead of using Thunderbolt 3 or 4, Asus chose to develop a custom PCIe 3.0 x 8 interface, which it said was faster.
Users can connect this eGPU box to a gaming monitor using its DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.0a ports. This compact external graphics processor also acts as a 280W AC adapter for the laptop and I / O hub thanks to the attached USB 3.2 Gen 2 connector.
The Asus ROG Flow X13 should now be ordered on the Asus website, but the company has not yet disclosed prices or availability.
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