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ASUS Republic Of Gamers G751J Gaming And Video Editing Laptop!

Monday, May 02, 2016

A few days ago I did a review of the AOC 2270SWHN gaming monitor and today, I am looking at a gaming/notebook/PC by ASUS Republic Of Gamers (ROG), called the G Series G751J, which comes with a red and matt black color scheme and extremely sexy exhaust vents on the back!
The chassis of the ASUS Republic Of Gamers G751J is beefy and so is the 230 watts power brick that powers the 2.5GHz Intel Core i7-4710HQ processor and GeForce GTX 970M graphics. 
The processor comes with turbo boost and the graphics is powered by the next-generation NVIDIA Maxwell architecture.
Other basic spec of the ASUS Republic Of Gamers G751J includes a 128 GigaByte Solid State Drive, one TeraByte Hard Drive (7200RPM spin speed), 16 GigaByte of DDR3 and internal dual band wireless 802.11ac with Bluetooth 4.0 WIDI.
On the right side of the laptop, you find the power jack, VGA, Gigabit Ethernet, HDMI, mini displayport, two USB 3.0 ports and headset jacks.
On the left side of the laptop, you find a DVD/ BlueRay drive, two additional sets of USB 3.0 ports, Kensington lock and card reader.
Beneath the mouse buttons, you get several light indicators: power light, charging indicator light, loading light, airplane mode light and caps lock indicator light.
The screen is a 17 inch with Full HD (1920x1080) and the underside of the laptop features four rubber feet as well as rubber hatch compartment that opens up by removing a single screw, giving access to empty memory slots for memory upgrades.
Playing with my Droidbox game controller, the ROG G751J was able to handle Spintires, Minecraft and Five Grand Theft Auto without issues (getting an average of 60FPS)
The Verdict
If you are looking for a laptop for gaming and video editing, the ASUS Republic Of Gamers G751J is just perfect, and the perfect companion for my ARCTIC P533 Racing gaming headphones. The laptop hinge design is lovely and the exhaust vents on the back work extremely well at keeping the laptop cool. The 17 inch High Definition screen produces well balanced colors and brightness without glare (no annoying reflective coating).

Game play is fluid and smooth and the chiclet keyboard and mouse/touch pad work really well (you get separate mouse buttons too). The sound is surprisingly good and the Graphics Processor Unit (GPU) and Central Processor Unit (CPU) cope very well, even under heavily loaded conditions (no heating issues). Battery lasts around 6 hours and around 2 hours while gaming. Check out the ASUS Republic Of Gamers G751J

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