Backlit anti-ghosting gaming keyboard with 30-key rollover for precise command and control in battle. Responsive keystrokes from the ergonomically-designed keys with 2.5mm of key travel.
Unique thermal design directs dust into a dust-release tunnel to keep it away from internal components for longer lifespan and enhances overall stability
ROG-Exclusive mobile 3D Vapor Chamber Thermal Pipe increase thermal capacity to improve GPU performance by up to 6 percent. Please Note: Kindly refer the User Guide before use which is very essential.
Features the latest performance ports: 1x Thunderbolt III (via USB Type-C), 1x Gen 2 USB 3.1 Type-C, 4x USB 3.0, 1x HDMI. 1x 10/100/1000 LAN. 802.11AC, bluetooth 4.0, and SDXC reader for all your media needs.
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The all-new Republic of Gamers (ROG) G752 is here to show you the next evolution of mobile gaming with a revolutionary design finished in a new Armor Titanium and Plasma Copper color scheme. Also packed under its armor is a 6th-generation Intel Core i7 processor, newly designed dust-release thermal fan and a backlit anti-ghosting gaming keyboard with 30-key rollover to ensure high performance and smooth gameplay control in every battle.
17.3” FHD IPS display (1920 x 1080) with G-Sync
Enthusiast-grade performance with 6th Gen Intel Core i7 processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M graphics
4 DDR4 slots supports up to 64 GB memory
New Mobile 3D Vapor Chamber cooling design and dust-release thermal tunnel for higher stability and longer gameplay
Backlit anti-ghosting keyboard with 30-key rollover
Intel Skylake Processor with NVIDIA GeForce GTX Graphics
ROG G752 gives you unbeatable performance thanks to a 6th-generation Intel Skylake Core i7 processor and the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M graphics card — enjoy games at their highest settings, or play and broadcast live stream.
ROG-Exclusive –Mobile 3D Vapor Chamber
Temperature uniformity vapor chamber is commonly used with high-performance, high voltage graphics cards to increase cooling efficiency.
The ROG-exclusive mobile 3D Vapor Chamber, together with the copper heat pipe, create an effective and efficient cooling system that helps boost GPU performance by up to 6 percent for smooth and stable gaming.
Efficient Dust-Release Thermal Tunnel
The unique thermal design of ROG G752 helps prevent internal dust build-up. This exclusive design directs dust into the anti-dust tunnel to keep them away from internal components. This prolongs component lifespan and enhances overall stability of the laptop.
Dedicated Cooling Modules for the CPU and GPU
ROG G752 has dedicated cooling modules for the CPU and GPU to effectively cool each component. Hot exhaust is efficiently managed and expelled through the rear vents to direct heat away from you for more comfortable gaming sessions.
World’s First Backlit Anti-Ghosting Keyboard with 30-Key Rollover
Anti-ghosting keys ensure your commands are instantaneously and correctly interpreted – even if you hit up to 30 keys simultaneously. And with more macro keys at your disposal, everything you need is at your fingertips.
ROG G752 has ergonomically-designed keys with 2.5mm of key travel. This gives you responsive keystrokes when typing and entering commands – making it easy for you to dominate the battlefield.
Upgradable to 64GB DDR4 RAM
ROG G752 features four DDR4 slots, allowing you to upgrade to 64GB DDR4 RAM for 20% more performance with 30% more power efficiency.
The Latest NVMe SSD for Blazing-Fast Speeds
ROG G752 utilizes the latest NVM Express (NVMe) SSD technology to give you blazing-fast data read and write speeds. Compared to Advanced Host Controller Interface (AHCI), NVMe not only maximizes sequential read and write speeds, but also minimizes random reading and writing latency. The result – faster system processes, and of course, faster gameplay.
The new ROG Gaming Center improves your gaming experience. This integrated control center gives you access to all the functions you need – find system information, set up hotkeys for faster in-game commands, adjust audio settings, or record gameplay from a single dashboard.
ROG G752 comes with a lifetime XSplit Gamecaster account for you to record or stream games. All it takes it one keystroke for you to get into it and stream your gaming session to the world!
Sonic Suite 2
ASUS designed with Nahimic to develop Sonic Suite 2 for the ROG G752. Sonic Suite 2 comprises of Sonic Studio and Sonic Radar to give you immersive gaming audio. Sonic Studio provides high quality gaming audio, as well as improved streaming and audio recording for perfect voice pickup and noise reduction. Sonic Radar helps you detect opponents through an on-screen overlay that shows the relative position of gunshots, footsteps and other in-game sound effects.
Onboard Intel Thunderbolt technology gives you single-cable data and signal transmission rates of up to 20Gbits/s – twice the bandwidth of USB 3.1. ROG G752 gives you both Intel Thunderbolt and USB 3.1 Type-C for increased compatibility with your various devices.
Superior gaming visuals with NVIDIA G-SYNC
ROG G752 features NVIDIA G-SYNC display technology which synchronizes the display’s refresh rate with the NVIDIA GTX GPU for ultra-smooth visuals. G-SYNC helps avoid lag, minimizes frame-rate stutter, and eliminates visual tearing. It delivers the smoothest and fastest gaming graphics — all without affecting system performance!
ASUS 1-Year Accidental Damage Protection*
It's a fact - accidents happen to all of us. ASUS ADP program is created to bring you peace of mind and help protect your devices against damages such as: liquid spills, electrical surges, and drops.
*ASUS ADP program applies only to select ASUS branded notebook and tablet products sold within the United States and Canada from select Authorized ASUS Resellers. Products must be purchased in brand new factory sealed condition and not of refurbished or open-box condition. Units sold and purchased outside of the United States and Canada are not eligible.
Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available
October 2, 2015
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I bought this laptop about a month ago and am very pleased. My needs are not very demanding but there are times when I need the power of a game PC. The desktop graphics are smooth and without hesitation. The machine has more than enough power to attach an HDMI TV, extend the desktop to it and watch a DVD on one while using the other half for other things. The fans in my other non-gaming laptops would be roaring to keep them cool before eventually overheating. This Asus, however, doesn't break a sweat. It's very quiet even when the CPU is stressed. I've played a few games, and the graphics are incredibly smooth, and the machine is very responsive to the keyboard and game controllers.
When editing photos and videos, it handles the large volumes of image data like a champ. It crunches through large computational Excel spreadsheets in a fraction of the time as my 8 year old Dell Vostro 1700.
There are a few minor quirks. The touchpad is very large. Small hands will have trouble typing without accidentally touching it. My adult hands are of average size, but they still sometimes accidentally touch it, and this causes the cursor and focus to unexpectedly jump elsewhere. The numlock doesn't stay when the PC is shutdown. It will stay when hibernated. The red on black keyboard lettering is not easily visible, even when the keyboard is back light is on. I would have preferred the usual white on black lettering. Occasionally, when the screen blanks to conserve power it can't be reactivated despite the machine being awake. One work-around is to press fn-F1 which hibernates the machine and then immediately awaken it by pressing any key. There don't seem to be any side-effects.
Compared to my old Dell Vostro 1700, also a 17" screen, the Asus is an inch larger in width and length and will not fit inside my backpack which itself is large. The power adapter is also quite large and heavy. The laptop and power adapter combined must weight about 13 pounds.
It's a solid laptop. The only thing more that I could ask for is a 4K display.
After having this computer for a week, I was about to rate it 3 stars, but things have improved in the last few days.
s one reviewer noted, it is getting both easier and harder to rate laptops because most of the laptops in the same category have the same equipment inside. That pretty much means that speed, compatibility, usability and so forth will be the same for most computers in the same category. That is certainly true here. I bought this computer at the same time as an Acer Predator 17 G9-791-73ZW which has pretty much the same inside equipment. Both are outstanding computers and I'd be hard put to choose between them. In fact, I was so hard put to choose that I bought both and I ended up keeping the Predator for myself and gave this one to my wife. You certainly cannot go wrong with this computer. It is fast, supports pretty much everything and is well worth the cost of the computer. Except...
There are always problems and I've run into a few which have -- mostly -- straightened themselves out over time.
First off, the display is amazing. The 75 Hz refresh rate makes it look just as good, well actually better most of the time, as the 4K display on my Predator 17. Colors and resolution are unbelievable and the angle of view is incredible.
Speed of the machine is outstanding and the combination of 32 GB of DD4 memory and the nVIDIA 980M is hard to beat running pretty much anything from a browser to a high-end game.
But... there are two issues to note. First, the thing has so much bloatware that it is almost impossible to remove it all. Worse, some of it (notably Sonic Suite) cause problems with some software. It took over eight hours of time and three different support techs to get rid of the McAfee that came installed (really, a ONE MONTH trial?) and get Norton (for me the best of a bad lot) installed. I can't count the number of different reboots, programs to clean and the amount time spent with techs until one who had run into this situation before and knew that the SS2UILauncher.exe app that runs at startup automatically blocks Norton from accessing its servers. Who knew? Well, pretty much nobody, but after finding that this jewel was part of Sonic Suite, I found lots of people who have had many problems with this particular piece of software. Similarly, before you start removing things, the nagware comes up every few minutes interrupting most operations. Remember, this is my wife's computer and she was not used to this.
The second problem was not a show stopper, but was a big question mark. When I first got the machine, it would only startup correctly every second or third try. The remaining times, it would appear to boot then go to a blank screen. You had to force shut it down and try again. Usually, the second time was the charm, but a couple of times it took two or three tries. Just yesterday, the nVidia driver was updated with the same driver I've had for over a week on the Predator and, since then, this problem has gone away. I don't know if it will happen again, but only time will tell.
A final annoyance for me, but not for my wife is the backlighting on the keyboard. This seems endemic to ASUS computers as it has been the same on two other ASUS ROG machines I've had. The backlight will not come on until AFTER you log into Windows. Interestingly, on Linux it works fine. If you work in the dark a lot (which I do), this means on startup you have to either search for a flashlight or turn on the lights to log in before you can tun off the lights and use the backlit keyboard. Ah, well, not a problem for my wife.
With all of this said, you cannot go wrong with this machine. How much of an improvement it was over the ROC G751 series I'm not sure, but I sure like it a lot and so does my wife. I would not hesitate to recommend this machine to someone else.
This model is now almost three years old (release 2014Q3), but it still performs remarkably well for AAA games at 1080p. I purchased this one on sale as an upgrade to a 2011 G46VW, and am highly satisfied. One of my favorite things about my G75VW (still in use, btw) was the dual hard drive bays, and the replacement of one of them with dual PCIe x4 slots for NVMe drives is a very welcome modification. Asus customer support did advise me, however, that each slot may be capped at 256GB. That would explain the 2x256GB configuration. Asus also confirmed for me that this model ships with the Samsung SM951 for the SSD.
As an aside, I had to have Asus confirm for me which SSD is supposed to come with this model because mine arrived without any. My purchase was through Amazon Warehouse Deals, Inc, which may be a part of Amazon itself or may be a third party to them. In four calls to Amazon customer support, I was told both ways by different representatives. The bad news of these interactions was, aside from being told to call Asus (who had nothing to do with the actual issue, being that I purchased an open box product from Amazon), that I would need to return the entire unit for a refund. Problem being that this model was no longer available at my purchase price, and buying my own SM951's would have been cheaper. The last call, however, worked out. Because the missing part was available on Amazon, and because I had ASUS confirm the SSD part number to be shipped with my laptop's serial and give me their trouble ticket number (which Amazon put me on hold to verify), the service representative's supervisor was able to authorize a rebate to my credit card to cover the cost of purchasing the SSDs myself. The rebate will, of course, take three to five days...