Review – ASUS ROG G752: Absolute Power, zero compromise
- Page 1: Intro
- Page 2: Design
- Page 3: Connectivity and ports
- Page 4: Screen
- Page 5: Trackpad and keyboard
- Page 6: Performance
- Page 7: Battery
- Page 8: Wrap up
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Look at ASUS’s brand new G752. It’s a brand new gaming laptop from ASUS ROG – specifically the G752VY-RH71. Personally, I absolutely love the design and how the whole system was thought out and laid out. Here’s out entire detailed take on the ASUS ROG G752.
The box itself is humongous. It’s beautiful though. The ROG G752 has ASUS’s latest design language in packaging, which we even took a look here at the VivoBook Flip. It’s minimalist and has a handle that can support all the weight it has. Mind you, the ROG G752 is a 17-inch laptop with a humongous box. Also, it’s really heavy.
Do be careful of the laptop dropping out too. The only thing that blocks the ROG G752 from completely falling out is the flimsy handle itself. Yet the only thing that secures the handle is cardboard. The best way to secure anything is by using taping the opening of course.
In the box, you get the usual ASUS laptop contents. A cable tie, a user guide, a quick start guide, and a humongous power brick. More on that later.