Taiwanese firm Asus is  has brought a bevy of new products spanning several different branches of the tech world in this year’s IFA Europe’s largest consumer electronics show at Berlin.

Asus teased plans for a brand new flagship gaming laptop to join its other ROG products. Called the GX700, the 17-inch system will offer a 4K display, overclockable Intel K-Series mobile processors, Nvidia GeForce GTX graphics and a water-cooling system to keep everything cool. As seen in pictures, this is a rather bizarre looking laptop that seems to have an extremely large radiator sticking out of the back, suggesting that it won’t be a particularly mobile computer. Still, it’s awesome to see an entirely new, unique design in the notebook world. Asus did not announce the price or quote specifications.

The company did get specific about its refresh of the G751, appropriately called the G752. This 17-inch notebook will be equipped with Skylake quad-core processors (the Core i7-6700HQ, to be specific), Windows 10, and will be offered in several different configurations to satisfy the needs of the hardcore gamer.

The entry-level version will have a GTX 965M and a 1080p display, while the step-up version will have a GTX 970M with the same screen. The most powerful version will include a GTX 980M and have an optional 4K panel. All the display options support Nvidia’s G-Sync, as well. Hard drive options include M.2 solid state drives, and RAM support reaches as high as 64GB.The G752 will be available this holiday season starting at $1,499.


The company is also making moves to carve out some of the growing market for stick PCs. The Asus VivoStick weighs just 70g, but features 2GB of memory, 32GB of storage, two USB inputs and a HDMI port. It’s also based on Intel’s newer Cherry Trail low-power platform, which promises quicker performance than its predecessor, found in the current Compute Stick.

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