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Best price for ASUS ROG Strix GL502 in Singapore is S$ 2,098.00

You can buy the ASUS ROG Strix GL502 at the lowest price of S$ 2,098.00 from Lazada which is 25% cheaper than the ASUS ROG Strix GL502 that is sold by Shopee at the price of S$ 2,798.00. Pricing details were last updated at 19 May 2018, 00:57.

Specs of ASUS ROG Strix GL502

Processor Type Intel Core i7
Processor Speed 2.6GHz
Operating System Windows 10
CPU 64bit
Graphic Card NVIDIA
Integrated Graphic Card
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080pixels
Screen Size 15"
Storage Type Hybrid
Storage Capacity 2.256TB
Weight 2.2kg
Packaging Data
Warranty Unknown
Optical Drive
DVD Writer
Blu-ray Writer
Webcam Resolution 2.1MP
Battery Life 6h
Colours Black
Backlit Keyboard
Fingerprint Reader
Face Scanner
Touch Screen
Detachable Screen
Connector Ports
Headphone Jack
Display Port
Card Reader
USB Type-C
USB 3.0
Wifi Standard 802.11ac

Reviews of ASUS ROG Strix GL502
Reviewed on 2016-07-08
Great appearance, Rigid construction with metal lid, Very thin and relatively light body (24-25 mm, 2.37 kg), Many connectivity options, Bottom can be removed quickly for easy upgrades, Powerful processor (Core i7-6700HQ) and graphics (GTX 970M), Really f...
PWM across almost all brightness levels (w/o Health-Guard), Just one DDR4 slot, Lack of G-Sync support, Relatively high surface temps after long hours of gaming
Several months ago we shared with you that the then-upcoming ROG GL502 by ASUS would come at a great price and be one of the best gaming notebooks out there. Now the machine is on the market and naturally, we took one for in-depth testing. This model is e...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-05
Strong graphics performance at the laptop's native 1920x1080 resolution, Bright IPS display, Relatively thin and light for a gaming laptop of this caliber, Accidental damage protection included in warranty, Looks sleek
Plastic construction feels cheap for the asking price, Ho-hum battery life, Gets noticeably hot when gaming, No dedicated macro keys
ASUS takes gaming seriously. So seriously, in fact, that it has two sub-brands dedicated to hardware for gamers. One is the Republic of Gamers (ROG), a brand ASUS created in 2006 to designate products that deliver "innovative hardcore PC performance," and...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-30
Very thin and light for a gaming laptop, Good 1080p gaming performance, IPS display is better than many gaming-laptop screens, Solid-sounding speakers, Competitive battery life
Mostly plastic construction, Chassis gets too hot while gaming, Power button is a keyboard key, Support for Nvidia G-Sync only in pricier model
Thin and light is the name of the game when it comes to modern consumer electronics, especially laptops. This applies regardless of what you want to do with your gear, whether it's just surf the Web, or play the latest demanding AAA game titles.Thing is...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-08
very accurate colors; nearly complete sRGB coverage, relatively thin considering the hardware, GTX 970M w/ 6 GB GDDR5 VRAM, no major throttling issues, high quality matte panel, respectable runtimes, easy serviceability, good build quality, NVMe support...
poor bass reproduction; no dedicated subwoofer, PWM on all brightness levels except maximum, slow sequential write rates from Lite-On SSD, no native Thunderbolt 3 support, only two internal storage bays, only one DDR4 SODIMM slot, no dedicated Macro keys...
Thin, but not too thin. Asus seems to have struck a perfect balance in the race for a thinner and thinner gaming notebook while still maintaining case rigidity and enthusiast-level Nvidia GPU options. Inevitably, some important features have been omitted...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-05
Very good performance/price ratio with a GTX 970M I76700HQ for $1200, Very good keyboard and a nice touchpad, Relatively lightweight at around 2.2kg (except PSU), Quite a quiet laptop, even under higher load levels. Noise under Maximal load levels isn't t...
CPU may throttle under full load of Furmark Prime95 or gaming scenarios, but only rarely. May be changed with future bios updates, The chassis can get quite hot around the center and left keyboard surface parts, and in the matching areas at the bottom, CP...
I wanted to review this one because I think many will consider it. The GL502 laptops look relatively nice (though maybe a bit too much ā€œgamerā€ styled), have good specs and dimensions and the Asus brand is strong, it seems, nowadays. A thin & lightweight g...
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Reviewed on 2016-06-02
Great graphics and overall performance, Swift transfer speeds, Pretty G-sync display
Below-average battery life, Muted audio, Gets hot during gaming/nongaming activity
Don't be fooled by its slim 0.9-inch profile. The Asus ROG Strix GL502VT is a miniature behemoth. This gaming laptop delivers a high-end Nvidia GeForce GTX 970M graphics performance despite its svelte frame. Starting at $1,399 ($1,599 as tested), the Stri...
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Reviewed on 2016-08-28
Awesome 4K IPS display, A power house ā€“ can play all 2016 games without too much trouble, Generous ports and connections (RJ45 for LAN cable, 3 USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, USB-C, SD Card readers, Front camera, and more), Cool looking Black and Orange design the...
Not the lightest laptop, bulkier than an Ultrabook, Looks plastic-y, Lid is a finger-print magnet, Rather thick screen bezel
ASUS ROG GL502VT Gaming Laptop Review ā€“ Gaming laptops are usually bulky, heavy.They are not really meant to be carried around too often ā€“ at least compared to an Ultrabook (but let's leave the discussions on my recent Gaming Laptop vs Ultrabook post).The...
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Reviewed on 2016-07-04
You know, I've grown pretty fond of the ASUS Republic of Gamers series of laptops since my first review of the GL552. I didn't really enjoy that one, but then I got my hands on the G752VT with its massive frame and intimidating hardware. When I say massiv...
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