Those ASUS people, they don't mess around. Over at Computex 2016 in Taipei, they've already been busy with some fancy new smartphones and now we're getting a closer look at all the new goodies they're unveiling as part of the Republic of Gamers (ROG) lineup, including a powerful new gaming motherboard, a water-cooled gaming notebook solution, and a unique motherboard/chassis hybrid.
Dubbed the ROG Avalon, the concept piece may look like it borrows a lot more inspiration from the industrial space than with gamer's street cred. ASUS says that this represents the company's "first step" in their vision of how an all-new motherboard and chassis design can marry together to push the boundaries of the ATX form factor. The whole thing is plug-and-play easy for PC DIY simplicity.
Other highlights from ASUS ROG at Computex this week include the new ROG Rampage V Edition 10 gaming motherboard, shown above, as well as the ROG G31 Edition 10 compact gaming desktop, the ROG GX800 liquid-cooled gaming laptop (with the latest NVIDIA SLI and Intel K-series CPU), the Swift PG248Q narrow-bezel display, and ROG Strix GeForce GTX 1080 overclocked graphics card.
All of these products are meant to celebrate ten years of ROG "boundless invention and gaming domination." The finer details can be found through the extensive press release below.