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Which retains the look and feel of the current crop, but with notable hardware updates. Case in point the new ASUS ROG Strix Scar III, which is the successor to the excellent Scar II, includes a configuration up to the brand new Intel Core i9-9880H, a 240Hz display, and a beastly NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070.

ROG Mothership

The laptop meets PC portable sees an update in 2019, retaining its position as a true feat of design. Carved from solid blocks of aluminum the ROG Mothership is a 29.9mm thck beast offering cutting edge hardware, the latest Intel processor, NVIDIA RTX GPU, and a display that goes up to 60Hz 4K UHD with full Adobe RGB colour space.

ROG G703

The G703 continues it's reign as one of the most powerful clam-shell laptops where performance takes precedence over size. As per the description the G703 "employs larger heatsinks and fans to achieve the same cooling performance as the ROG Mothership". Meaning higher overall clock speeds and lower temps that are more in line with a traditional desktop.

ROG Strix Scar III

As mentioned in the intro the new Scar III is being built with pure competitive gaming in mind, thanks to a configuration that now goes all the way up to a 240Hz display and GeForce RTX 2070 GPU.

ROG Strix G

Which brings us to the more affordable option, but also one that still goes up to an Intel Core i79750H CPU, a GeForce GTX 2070 GPU, and 144Hz display. Based on the images provided and specs the Strix G looks to be more in line with the current Scar II.

The line-up also includes the ASUS ROG Zephyrus S which we reviewed not that long ago - and we're blown away by its premium design and RTX 2080 performance. Stay tuned to AusGamers as we'll be bringing you full reviews on the new line-up in the coming months.


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