Finding a gaming laptop that meets your needs and your budget has never been harder with manufacturers launching new mid-tier models left and right to try and satisfy every possible variation of a customer that could possibly exist. It used to be simple, you had high-end models and entry-level models, maybe a couple in between but since Asus and Acer stepped into the gaming field things have gotten a lot more diverse – fortunately for us -.
It is with that in mind that today we’ve decided to tackle the review of the Asus TUF506IV-AS76.
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