The ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) brings terrific news for gamers as they released the first-ever 2-in-1 fully convertible gaming laptop called ROG Flow X13. Unpacking a Flow 13 Supernova Edition with an amazing ultraportable external ROG XG Mobile GPU. It amplifies the device’s connectivity along with inflates the gaming performance of X 13 Flow.
Screen Resolution & Processor Performance:
The Flow X13 serves robust hardware in a 13-inch ultraslim body with a mighty AMD Ryzen T9 5900HS 8-core CPU system that supports a dedicated GTX 1650 GeForce® GPU. This laptop comes with a 360° hinge display that enhances users’ interaction and touchscreen viewing ability. It allows users to flip the laptop mode into a quick gaming mode with a large 16:10 display screen in Ultra HD 4k resolution that presents richer details.
Battery & Design:
ROG X13 appears in a lightweight design emphatically runs on a powerpack 62Wh battery that delivers 10hours of video playback. A gradient texture into the exterior part gives a wave-like stylish look along an easy carrying fingerprint-resistant grip makes it more user-friendly.
The convertible slick 360° hinge display permits users to access the device in different tasks. An in-built Standard laptop mode, incorporated for perform multitask and intense gaming. On the other hand, Tablet mode is made for swiping content, drawing, and pursue handwritten notes with an amazing ASUS Pen-like active stylus. Moreover, in-built Corning Gorilla Glass secures the touchscreen by resisting daily scratches.
Ultra Gaming Mode:
An impressive GeForce® GTX 1650 GPU performs 1255MHz clock speeds at 35W with ROG Boosting in Turbo Gaming mode. In order to support high-end gaming performance, it has an additional 5W Dynamic Boost.
ROG XG Mobile:
ROG XG Mobile approaches an aerodynamic design that caters to a wonderful way of bringing desktop-class gaming to a form of ultra-portability. It incorporates a robust GeForce RTXT 3080 GPU directly connect to a custom PCIe® 3.0 x8 interfaced CPU that produces faster performance than the Thunderbolt 4 CPU system.