To maintain your competitive edge while you game, you can’t take your eyes away from the screen — not even for a second. That’s where the Asus ROG G701VI ($2,999.99 to start; $3,499.99 as tested) comes in. Its 1080p G-Sync display offers whopping 178-degree viewing angles, making your fragging visible no matter where you sit (or what snack you move over to reach for). Its Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 GPU delivers monster performance and supports the latest VR headsets, making the G701VI a solid choice for anyone who wants games to look and play their best.
Asus really nailed it with its new design for gaming laptops. The ROG G701VI looks quite a bit like the Asus ROG G752VS OC Edition, and I’m just fine with that. The lid is gunmetal gray with copper accents and the over-the-top ROG logo in between two glowing orange stripes. It looks intense but isn’t the clichéd red and black we’ve seen time and time again. There are some seriously large vents on the back of the machine. However, they’re all black, unlike the ones on the G752VS, which are decorated with glowing orange lights.
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