ASUS Republic of Gamers (ASUS ROG) has been, and will always be, a huge gaming brand. Even when its notebook arm went dark for nearly a year in Southeast Asia, its hardware side kept the flame going. Reliable sources confirmed that, come end-April 2016, ASUS ROG, is expected to make a huge comeback.


Leading the charge is none other than the long awaited ASUS ROG GX700 Gaming Notebook – the very first in this segment to sport a modular liquid cooling system. This concept gives the already overpowered gaming notebook the ability to engage its latent overclocking capabilities and, thusly, allow it to process and put out raw 4K content.

The ASUS ROG GX700 also packs in the latest visual processing such as NVIDIA G-SYNC, NVM Express and PCI Express technologies, equally as high-performing and precise sound system, and top-of-the-line input/output connectors that can engage both Intel Thunderbolt and USB 3.1 Type-C USB ports.

While this upcoming gaming system flagship will, indeed, steal the spotlight, other ASUS ROG entries are expected to appear at the launch event as well. While they do not have the proprietaty ASUS ROG Hydro Overclocking System, they are equally as powerful and hardy as the ASUS ROG GX700.

More details will be made available as and when the event proper has been announced.