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Each iteration of the core Asus G Series gets better and better and the G series is no exception.

The ROG branding has yet to let us down as we find out in this review what the new models bring aside ASUS G750JX Atheros LAN the obvious Haswell and ASUS G750JX Atheros LAN Kepler refreshes. Hardcore gamers in need of a satisfying mobile gaming fix have plenty of options ranging from direct barebones and system resellers to specific series or models under exclusive branding. Our preview on a GJX pre-production unit earlier last month left us good impressions as have most ROG models to date, but that has in turn raised our expectations for this latest generation.


Case Asus ROG models are instantly recognizable due to the encompassing jet black design that is so commonly compared to modern jet fighters. In contrast to the usually boxy or dull barebones, the G series has sharper edges and corners for a leaner and meaner visual appeal that correlates well with the processing power inside. In fact, Asus has managed to oh so slightly reduce the thickness 50 mm vs. The ASUS G750JX Atheros LAN Asus model is visually identical to the inch G46 and utilizes a more unibody-like construction compared to the older G75 where the surrounding keyboard surface is a distinctly separate panel from the adjacent speakers and palm rests.

Gone are the streaks of silver and gray for an all black and chrome-free exterior that looks great at the trivial cost of attracting difficult-to-clean fingerprints. Construction quality is strong around the base with little to no give on the palm rests and center of the keyboard. The outer lid could have used improvement, however, as pushing down the center or edges with a ASUS G750JX Atheros LAN will cause small but visible warping. Fortunately, side-to-side bending of the display is acceptably minimal and the base is stiff enough to resist twisting.

The inner plastic display bezel does feel a bit thin compared to the rest of the case, but this has no consequences on the overall quality. We do note that the outer cover for the left hinge on our particular review model is protruding ASUS G750JX Atheros LAN more than the outer cover for the right hinge see images below.

Fortunately, the fault is only skin ASUS G750JX Atheros LAN as the hinges are still taut and function normally. Jet black exterior with no ASUS G750JX Atheros LAN, no silvers and no chrome Outer surface is still matte with a rubberized feel Lid opened at maximum angle Left hinge cover is crooked on our review model Right hinge for comparison. Fortunately, both hinges still operate without issues Connectivity All physical ports from the G75 have returned on the G with little changes. Since the rear is reserved for the large vents and battery, all inputs are easily accessible from the sides. Both the 2x 3.

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The Mini DisplayPort in particular has been upgraded to and rebranded as Thunderbolt whilst maintaining full backwards compatibility. Port placement is generally good and leaves sufficient room for both right-handed and left-handed users, though the right edge can potentially get crowded as it houses all three video-out ports in addition to some USB ports and Gigabit Ethernet in close proximity. Kensington lock, 2x USB 3. Regardless, both models are fully compatible with Additional ROG-branded accessories and gear can be found ASUS G750JX Atheros LAN its online store.


The lack of a specialized docking port means utilizing the Thunderbolt and USB ports for most accessories and extensions. Like the G75, the GJX has many ports in the center or towards the front of the right side. So, connected cables could obstruct ASUS G750JX Atheros LAN external mouse. These were already used in the current G75VX model.

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Kensington lock, 2x USB ASUS G750JX Atheros LAN. We show the least amount of ads whenever possible but we intentionally show more ads when an adblocker is used. Please, switch off ad blockers and support us! All available slots are occupied in our test system.

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Depending on the slots used in factory state, the two slots, which are not easily accessible to the user, might ASUS G750JX Atheros LAN upgrades. We dismantled the notebook as far as reasonably possible. After removing numerous screws, the aluminum cover of the base unit can be removed and you gain access to the other two RAM slots.


In theory, you can also clean the two fans now, but heat pipes and heat sinks are still inaccessible. Therefore, it has to be removed if you want to access these.

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