Friday, November 6, 2015


This beast has some serious performance on offer -enough to warrant a massive water cooling system. Water cooling is often reserved for high performance gaming desktops ­ this is certainly one of the world's first laptops to feature it (Hitachi had pioneered the concept in 2002 but the device was far too bulky to become mainstream). Asus uses a detachable system. If you overclock your components and need the maximum performance with stability, you use the water cooling. For portability, you can detach it.
Disclaimer: The author was invited to attend IFA 2015 by Lenovo.

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