Asus, a brand known for its Republic of Gamers (ROG) notebooks, announced its G74Sx gaming laptop at the Computex trade show in Taipei today. The G74Sx would be Asus' first 17-inch 3D laptop.
The G74Sx will feature a second-generation quad-core i5 or i7 processor and Nvidia's latest GPU, the GTX 560M. This notebook will also have a full-HD display and use Nvidia's 3D Vision for 3D content.
Like its G72 predecessor, the G74Sx comes with an innovative thermal design that makes use of twin fans at both the front and back of the laptop to maintain constant air flow. Cooling technology is especially important for such a notebook as graphic-intensive games can generate lots of heat.
Also, the company has equipped the G74Sx with several easy-to-use overclocking features for better gaming performance.
Asus has not announced the price or release date for the G74Sx, although more details are expected to be announced soon.