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ASUS enhances ROG gaming notebook family with G73Jh

Everything plus the kitchen sink

| Gaming News | Posted: Feb 12, 2010 4:56 am

ASUS has bestest its ROG series of notebooks with the introduction of the new G73Jh which is all about giving the best rounded gaming platform using some of the latest and fastest mobile hardware available.


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The new G73Jh's outer design is inspired by the F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter plane with its unique angular characteristcs. The display is 17.3-inch in size which is FHD LED-backlit and supports resolutons of up to 1920x1080. The twin rear venting system keeps heat and noise as far away as possible from the user and careful placement of internal components allows ASUS to slope the keyboard toward you 5 degrees with the palm rest area being very thin for a notebook of this calibre.


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Inside is a real party. The system is based around Intel's HM55 chipset with a Core i7-720QM processor. It houses 8GB of DDR3 memory, ATI's Mobility Radeon HD 5870 w/ 1GB of GDDR5 memory, space for two 2.5-inch drives (of which it comes with 2x500GB, making up a Terabyte), a DVD Super-Multi or choice of Blu-ray Combo drive and built-in 2 mega pixel camera.


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For the AUD RRP of $2699, it also comes with a backpack, gaming mouse and headset.


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For further details, you can locate ASUS' official announcement on the new ROG series G73Jh in our press room here.


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