Asus has a lot of goodies in store for consumers who visit The PC Show at Suntec City and/or Consumer Electronics Exhibition at Marina Bay Sands, including the launch of two mini-PCs and the PC maker’s first dedicated gaming router!
The ROG GR8 II is the world’s smallest gaming PC for VR and comes with 7th generation Intel Core i7 desktop-grade CPU and custom Asus GeForce GTX 1060 graphics. With two HDMI ports you can use a VR headset simultaneously with a display while Aura Sync RGB lighting enables 12 synchronization modes. Priced form S$1,659.
The VivoMini VC66 series is a range of mini-PCs designed for a range of home and office applications, where their small size conceals desktop grade 7th Generation Intel Core processors and a triple storage design that can accomodate one M.2 Solid State Drive (SSD) and two 2.5-inch SSDs or hard disk drives (HDD). They also come equipped with a host of connectivity options including six USB ports (four USB 3.0), card reader, HDMI, DisplayPort and DVI-D ports and can support up to three displays simultaneously.From S$1,099 (PC Show & CEE 2017 launch price)
The Rapture GT-AC5300 is the first ROG router designed specifically for gaming and is the first gaming router to offer three levels of game acceleration with two dedicated gaming LAN ports, Game Boost and Gamers Private Network. The Rapture GT-AC5300 offers unbeatable performance with its own PC-grade CPU,super-fast tri-band 802.11ac WiFi, eight gigabit-LAN ports and two USB 3.0 ports for access to USB storage. Gamers can also to take complete control of their gaming network with ROG Gaming Center. S$559.
Here’s Asus’ flyers for both the PC Show and CEE.