In the beginning of the year 2018, Asus has introduced an amazing 8th-gen Intel 6-core CPU and a neat storage trick. Under the roof of CES in Las Vegas, astonishing Asus gaming machine has been revealed. In the introduction of the ROG Strix GL12, it would be right to say that it is a gaming PC built around Intel’s latest 8th-gen processors, with the rig being capable of taking a Core-i7 8700/8700K.
The latest PC is backed up with one of Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1080 graphics cards, and 8GB of DDR4 system RAM. You can spot storage that includes options on up to a 512GB PCIe SSD, and up to a 2TB hard disk. It has an easy-swap SSD tray to make upgrading storage a dead simple affair.
This is totally unconventional and aggressive design, with angular aesthetics, and a somewhat bulging look at the front. This gaming PC has a transparent side panel along with Aura Sync customizable lighting that allows for the lights on the front of the machine to be lit with over 16 million possible colors.
In April, you will be able to find this Asus ROG Strix GL12 in the market. However, the pricing is not yet confirm.
Fresh Accessories Revealed by Asus
Asus has further revealed a batch of fresh accessories, headed up by a new gaming keyboard. The new keyboard, named the ROG Strix Flare is an RGB backlit mechanical gaming keyboard that uses Cherry MX RGB switches. Bank of media keys are embraced in it including a dedicated volume wheel and a detachable wrist rest.