That doesn’t sound quite right, but it is: the ASUS G501 is technically, a gaming ultrabook. It’s a svelte .81 of a inch thin (or thick, depending on how you look at it), sports the newest GTX 960M graphics chip form NVIDA. A 15.6-inch true 4K IPS screen with pixel density 282 PPI in a case that’s 4.54 pounds.
The aluminum body contains a 512GB SSD with up to 1400MB/s data transfer speeds, all of which benefits from ASUS’ Hyper Cool tech (two fans and copper heat-pipes) for the starting price of $1,999 — cheaper than a Razer Blade, mind you.
Via: ASUS ROG