Gamers suit-up with the toughest of armour while battling enemies in the field to protect themselves from in coming missiles or bullets, this extends their lives so that they can continue fighting the enemy for longer period of time. But when it comes to the system they use to play the games, durability is always questionable with many expensive laptops not making past their lifespan. Not Asus, they have just released two new models with MIL grade that will have players armoured in the real world as they are in the virtual.
Introduced at CES, the TUF Gaming FX505DY and TUF Gaming FX705DY, are a pair of gaming laptops powered by the AMD Ryzen 5 3550H processor, that offers up to 32GB of RAM, and a variety of storage options. Keeping the units slim, Asus paired them with discrete Radeon graphics that projects gaming dynamism on the slim bezel frames.
Asus has opted for AMD Ryzen 5 for the models due to their robust gaming capability, otherwise known as Picasso, this 2nd Gen Ryzen Mobile APU is built with industry-leading 12nm technology. The Ryzen 5 3550H chip powering the models boasts four cores and eight threads all while retaining minimal power consumption.
By using FreeSync the new Asus units offer variable refresh rate technology to match the display’s refresh rate with the GPU’s frame rate. Synchronizing these components eliminates visual tearing, cuts input lag, and reduces stuttering. The 15.6-inch FHD IPS-level display and a 17.3-inch panel can withstand extreme environments, ambient vibration, and accidental knocks. Both models shrug off short drops to a desk, and the FX505DY is certified to survive higher falls. The hexagonal design on the bottom of the laptops adds structural rigidity, toughness and cool factor.
No arrival date has been confirmed thus far, but do keep posted as we bring the latest happenings from CES2019.