Wednesday, June 28, 2017

Asus Zephyrus has a little cooling trick up its sleeve


Asus Zephyrus has a little cooling trick up its sleeve

Most PC gamers like powerful gaming laptop. Nevertheless, the best part of the gaming laptops always led to size of the systems.

The new Nvidia Max-Q concept is set to change things, with more energy-efficient versions of the GeForce 10-series graphics chips with thinner bodies. The new Asus Zephyrus is the first example of the Max-Q.

Asus Zephyrus is an 15-inch system from the Asus Republic of Gamers range. It weighs just less than 5 pounds when other laptop with similar sets of parts would weigh at least 8 pounds and be much thicker.

One thing about the Zephyrus laptop is that it is incredible slim despite its Intel Core i7 processor and Nvidia GeForce 1080 GPU.

 The Zephyrus requires a cooling system for the powerful processor. However, the laptop employs a neat trick to keep cool; when you open it up, the entire bottom panel lifts away, creating a 6mm-high air chamber to keep the system cool.
Asus Zephyrus
One thing about this laptop is the touchpad which has been moved to the right hand side of the keyboard, instead of the below the keyboard.

This cause a lot of problem as laptop users have spent a lot of time getting used to the below-the-keyboard touchpads. According to reports, the touchpads surpass the expectations of gaming laptop touchpads.

The Asus Zephyrus performs well as can be expected from an Nvidia GeForce 1080 GPU/ Intel Core i7700HQ CPU The downside is that there isn't much allocation for battery.

 According to reports, the device could run for less than 2 hours 30 minutes on a single charge. But it is a small price to pay for smoother-looking games with the 120Hz display.

Note: Many laptop screens are 60Hz displays. The Zephyrus supports Nvidia’s G-Sync technology, which syncs the GPU output to the screen’s refresh rate. Also, the screen resolution is  1,920×1,080 pixels.

The Asus Zephyrus have the slimness and the smoother displays. Therefore, the positioning of the touchpad might not be okay for some people. The laptop costs a whopping $2,699.00.
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