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pcgamer.com
Reviewed on 2016-08-17
Galactic Empire: Good performance; G-Sync display; attractive styling; not too hot or loud. [-] Rebel Scum: Poor battery life; large and heavy; small 128GB SSD; middling M.2 SSD performance.You can almost picture the scene: the Dark Lords of technolog...
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trustedreviews.com
Reviewed on 2016-07-29
Great IPS Display, G-Sync, 75hz refresh rate, Solid performanceVery heavy, Spongey keyboard, Inconsistent build quality
What is the ASUS G752VT? Big, bulky and expensive. For better or worse, this is a classic gaming notebook. Few laptops stand out like the ASUS ROG G752VT, with its striking brushed-aluminium chassis, bezelicious 17.3-inch Full HD display and Stealth Fight...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-11
Well priced, Nice gaming-specific design features, Nvidia G-Sync for smoother 3D graphics, Varied port selection, Plenty of storage and a speedy solid-state boot driveBig and bulky, Small keyboard for such a large laptop, Anti-glare coating on display mutes images
The Asus ROG G752VT-DH72 ($1,799 as tested) is a powerful midrange gaming laptop featuring an Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of memory, and an Nvidia GeForce GTX970M graphics card. It can run visually demanding games at playable frame rates, even at higher...
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computershopper.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-04
Lavish design, Ample gaming performance, Solid keyboard, touch pad, Beautiful G-Sync display, Outstanding coolingBrief battery life, Could use a larger SSD, Quiet speakers
The G752 is the latest redraw of this line, brought in equipped with 6th-Generation Core (“Skylake”) Intel processors and Nvidia's G-Sync support in the panel for smoother gaming. With a 17.3-inch display and an 8.8-pound carry weight, the G752 is also on...
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techradar.com
Reviewed on 2016-03-01
Top, end specs and performance, Distinguished design, G, Sync tech for smooth playVery weighty machine, Poor battery life, No 4K screen
Once all but a misnomer, today there are more gaming notebooks to choose from than ever. While the trend lately has favored more more svelte and understated gaming laptops, machines packing a big screen and big performance haven't gone anywhere.Asus's ent...
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techradar.com/au/
Reviewed on 2016-02-29
Topend specs and performance, Distinguished design, GSync tech for smooth playVery weighty machine, Poor battery life, No 4K screen
Once all but a misnomer, today there are more gaming notebooks to choose from than ever. While the trend lately has favored more more svelte and understated gaming laptops, machines packing a big screen and big performance haven't gone anywhere.Asus's e...
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maximumpc.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-22
Galactic Empire: Good performance; G-Sync display; attractive styling; not too hot or loud.[-] Rebel Scum: Poor battery life; large and heavy; small 128GB SSD; middling M.2 SSD performance.You can almost picture the scene: the Dark Lords of technology...
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ultrabookreview.com
Reviewed on 2016-02-05
well built; great keyboard; very good display, a good match for the hardware; powerful; easy to upgrade; runs cool and quietVERY, VERY sharp front lip; rather small battery; the trackpad needs more work; more pretentious materials used for the case
Through the last years, the Asus ROG G7xx laptops have been some of the best 17-inch machines a gaming enthusiast could get for the money.The ROG G752 is the latest addition to the family, unveiled at the end of 2015, with the launch of Intel's Skylake ha...
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techadvisor.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-02-04
If you have a lot of cash to spend and want a large, no-compromise gaming laptop , you only really need to consider a few names. The ‘ big brand ' option is the Alienware 17, the latest model is once again top-notch, but the Asus RoG G752 offers a very si...
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cnet.com.au
Reviewed on 2016-01-29
The Asus G752 is a little slimmer than its predecessor, and its new design lightens up the previous black slab look. Performance is excellent, and a backlit keyboard with macro keys makes for comfortable gamingDespite the refresh, this still looks like something that lives in a dorm room or LAN party basement. Even some of the more expensive configurations drop the graphics card a notch. No touch screen or higher-res options
When shopping for a big, bulky gaming laptop, the kind that will take any new game and crank it up to high settings at full HD resolution without a problem, there are generally two camps to choose from. The first is a legion of smaller boutique PC builder...
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CNET.co.uk
Reviewed on 2016-01-28
The Asus G752 is a little slimmer than its predecessor, and its new design lightens up the previous black slab look. Performance is excellent, and a backlit keyboard with macro keys makes for comfortable gamingDespite the refresh, this still looks like something that lives in a dorm room or LAN party basement. Even some of the more expensive configurations drop the graphics card a notch. No touch screen or higher-res options
When shopping for a big, bulky gaming laptop, the kind that will take any new game and crank it up to high settings at full HD resolution without a problem, there are generally two camps to choose from. The first is a legion of smaller boutique PC builder...
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cnet.com
Reviewed on 2016-01-28
The Asus G752 is a little slimmer than its predecessor, and its new design lightens up the previous black slab look. Performance is excellent, and a backlit keyboard with macro keys makes for comfortable gamingDespite the refresh, this still looks like something that lives in a dorm room or LAN party basement. Even some of the more expensive configurations drop the graphics card a notch. No touch screen or higher-res options
When shopping for a big, bulky gaming laptop, the kind that will take any new game and crank it up to high settings at full HD resolution without a problem, there are generally two camps to choose from. The first is a legion of smaller boutique PC builder...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2016-01-21
We've talked about over-the-top gaming laptops before. There was the Aftershock W-15, which came with a desktop-class Intel Core i7-4790K processor (4.0GHz, 8MB L3 cache) and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M graphics card. That was certainly impressive, even if ga...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2016-01-20
We've talked about over-the-top gaming laptops before. There was the Aftershock W-15 , which came with a desktop-class Intel Core i7-4790K processor (4.0GHz, 8MB L3 cache) and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M graphics card. That was certainly impressive, even if g...
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vortez.net
Reviewed on 2016-01-18
Stylish design, GSYNC ready, Skylakepowered, Great ingame performance, Comes with 16GB DDR4, USB 3.1 Type C, Card slot reader, LED backlit keyboard w/macro functionalityHeavy, Primary storage could be faster, HDMI 1.4 used instead of 2.0
With the advent of powerful mobile processors, gaming on-the-go has become an ever increasing leisure activity Desktop computers certainly have their value but are generally awkward and cumbersome to transport between locations Delivering the latest techn...
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hardwarezone.com.ph
Reviewed on 2016-01-07
ASUS made quite a splash at IFA 2015 in Berlin earlier this year by announcing two new 17-inch gaming notebooks. While the simply bonkers, liquid-cooled ROG GX700 was the undisputed star of the show, the new ROG G752 is the model that most gamers would mo...
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kitguru.net
Reviewed on 2016-01-05
Intel Skylake Core i7, Nvidia Maxwell GTX 970M or 980M, Full HD IPS screen with GSync, 16GB DDR4 memory, M.2 Samsung NVMe SSD has loads of performance, Backlit keyboard, Useful suite of Asus hardware, Clever cooling system for CPU and GPU, Funky metallic...There is a performance glitch in a handful of benchmark tests, This is a heavy laptop that weighs in over 4kg, 128GB SSD is rather small.
Cosmetically the G752VT is gorgeous and the ‘Armour Titanium and Plasma Copper' is truly impressive.The changes in our retail G752VT, compared to the preview version, are relatively trivial. We have 16GB of DDR4 memory and a DVD combo drive rather than 64...
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hardwarezone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-12-30
Strong gaming performance, Good keyboard, Easy to upgrade, Decent battery life compared to equivalent notebooksNo SSD, Rather thick and heavy, 1080p display a bit dated
ASUS made quite a splash at IFA 2015 in Berlin earlier this year by announcing two new 17-inch gaming notebooks. While the simply bonkers, liquid-cooled ROG GX700 was the undisputed star of the show , the new ROG G752 is the model that most gamers would m...
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laptopmedia.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-22
ASUS’ ROG series has been killing on the gaming notebook market segment but in the last couple of years, more and more alternatives start to pop out beside the hard time the Taiwanese company gets from Alienware. This year even Acer released its premium Predator offering in the high-end gaming class so it will be quite interesting to see if the new ROG G752 has what it takes to take on the competition...
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digitalone.com.sg
Reviewed on 2015-12-17
Asus gets almost everything right with the new Republic of Gamers (ROG) G752 gaming laptop. It is surprisingly quiet for a gaming laptop, with just a slight humming noise when the laptop is running a game. It also runs pretty cool for a gaming rig. Asus...
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