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ROG Zephyrus S GX502 – Smaller. Faster. Lighter. | ROG

Armed with the power and versatility to slice through both AAA games and professional work, the ROG Zephyrus S GX502 redefines the bounds of Windows 10 ultra-slim gaming. Its innovative cooling design unleashes the true potential of the latest 9th Gen Intel Core i7 CPU and NVIDIA® GeForce RTX™ 2070 GPU, allowing them to take full advantage of the ultra-responsive 240Hz/3ms PANTONE® Validated display. Its adaptability shines with G-SYNC™ and Optimus modes, giving you the freedom to shift between exceptionally smooth gameplay and better battery life on the go.
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    You lost me at the camera. I don't wanna be going around with yet another object, with another cable. And I need a camera for meetings and calls. It is a fundamental feature of a laptop, and can't believe they got rid of it just because they can't figure out how to make it better quality within the laptop framework.

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    I like it!
    But please!!! Use GeForce RTX 2080 non max-q.

    Edit:and Intel Core 9th gen

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    Not as good as Zephyrus M design

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    The had to add a freakin' eternet port…hate it

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    When I said get rid of the nose cam.
    I didn't meant completely take it out…!

    It's a bother having to attach a cam even if it comes with it!

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    still neglecting the Thunderbolt 3 port… i don't understand

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    When is it getting released?

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    I just bought a Razer Blade and am legitimately mad this didn't come out two weeks ago. Oh well, I guess I better start drafting a craigslist post.

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    Was just considering saving up for the GX531, pretty happy to see this new design. Here's hoping you guys can give us pricing and more details soon, especially about the weight!

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    No Thunderbolt 3? Razer still wins.

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    I have zephros m with gtx 1070 and i really want this one 😆

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    This particular model looks pretty good! Hope it won't be that expensive so that it could be blade, gs65, aero15 and even gx531 killer

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    whats the price on this rog? very interested for video production and music production and little to no gaming.

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    Nailed the keyboard layout on the GL503… Keep it up, I think you're on to something!

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    Wow. Its amazing. 240Hz display is insane. But design is similar the Razer Blade 15.

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    Now the only problem is my empty wallet

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    All GPU variants are MaxQ or MaxP? If it's MaxP, you just got my money.

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    Will usb-c charging be enough to power this laptop while gaming? Because it is very power-demanding

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    does it have 17 inch version.

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    Is the RTX 2070 max-q? Or is it a not max q variant?

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    Where's the numpad? Your last model had the numpad integrated with the track pad but none of the marketing or tech specs suggest this even has that. Still keen to buy one of these when they're available but the numpad would be decent.

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    better if the laptop can have opening on the bottom so you can use a cooling fan

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    Will this unit actually go into production? For comparison, the gx701gw hasn't seen the light of day yet. I personally had my order cancelled by a reseller because it turned out that it didn't get manufactured.

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