ASUS today revealed their newest range of Gaming Notebooks, the G53Jw and the G73Jw. These new Netbooks come from the prized Republic Of Gamers (ROG) series and are packed to the hilt with powerful features. Both Notebooks utilize NVIDIA’s 3D Vision and 3D TV output, which ensures that you experience the best in 3D Gaming.
The Netbooks, powered by NVIDIA’s GTX 460M GPU uses special hardware to accelerate 3D on Blu-Ray for optimal multimedia experience. The EAX Advance HD 5.0 software detects in-game environments and actions to provide corresponding 3D audio, enabling unto 128 additional sound effects which bring you the ultimate tactile feedback in sound quality.
Mr. Alex Huang, Country Manager for ASUS System Business, said “Notebooks from the ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) series are venerated worldwide for their top notch gaming technology. With dedicated 3-D usability features that include Full-HD 3D support and 3D Output for any 3D compatible large screen television, the G53 & G73 notebooks provide high resolution 3D graphics leading to almost true-to-life gaming & multimedia experience. With the festive season in India at its peak, we felt it was the right time for these high quality notebooks to make their official debut in India. Enthusiastic gamers will be absolutely stunned with the extremely vivid and detailed graphic performance and we believe that these notebooks will be the ultimate gifts for gamers this festive season.”
The Netbooks are the perfect companions for portable PC gamers as the graphical capabilities of the DX 11 allow for real time ray tracing and tessellation. The G53 and G73 also focus on the overall user experience; the unique styling as well as the 5-degree inclined keyboard ensures that the user is comfortable even in the lengthiest of gaming sessions.
For an in-depth look at the specifications on the Notebooks, take a look below.
The ASUS G53 and G73 are priced at Rs. 1,12,499 and Rs. 1,21,499 respectively and carry a 1-year global warranty.
Publish date: December 20, 2010 6:06 pm| Modified date: December 18, 2013 7:02 pm