Asus’ ROG Mothership “desktop replacement” laptop concept announced earlier in the year has been revamped and will be going on sale with Intel’s new Core i9-9980HK CPU running under the hood.
At a glance, little has changed from the early proof-of-concept we saw back in January. It’s still a hulked-up convertible machine that looks like the Microsoft Surface Pro 6’s hencher, nerdier, sci-fi-obsessed cousin. The keyboard still detaches, and can be remotely connected to the ROG Mothership via Bluetooth or USB-C, and the body is still covered in six pieces of CNC-milled metal.
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