ASUS Announces New ROG Gaming Laptops Strix Series GL753 and GL553 in the PH

ROG Strix

ASUS Republic of Gamers welcomes two new additions to its line of gaming laptops, the GL753 and the GL553.

ASUS ROG Strix Series of Gaming Laptops

The two newest additions to ASUS ROG gaming laptops, the Strix GL753 and GL553 are powered by Intel Core i7 processors paired with a 2GB/4GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050/1050TI discrete graphics card. For maximum performance, these gaming laptops can take up to 32GB of RAM and use a hybrid HDD/PCIE SSD storage for fast load times and data transfers. It also comes with a cooling over boost that let’s users manually adjust fan speeds.

ROG Strix

ROG Strix

Both laptops come with anti-ghosting keyboard with up to 30-key rollover, 2.3mm travel and isolated arrow keys. The keyboard uses chiclet keys with a 4-area RGB lighting and specially designed WASD cursor keys.

ROG Strix

“We expect that the Philippine gaming landscape will be really exciting this 2017 – and that said, ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) being the World’s Undisputed No. 1 Gaming Brand Worldwide will definitely introduce more powerful gaming machines that will empower Filipino professional gamers and enthusiasts through their journey for glory,” shares George Su, Country Manager of ASUS Philippines System Business Group.

Strix ROG Pricing

The ROG Strix gaming laptops all come with Windows 10 with the following price points per configuration.

GL502VM-FY219T15-inch Full HDIntel Core i7-7700HQ8GB+8GB1TB+128SSDGTX1060P109,995.00
GL553VD-FY019T15-inch Full HDIntel Core i7-7700HQ8GB1TB+128SSDGTX1050P69,995.00

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