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ASUS ROG Magic X is coming up for pre-order in China for 13,499 yuan

ASUS ROG Magic X is coming up for pre-order in China for 13499 yuan

ASUS ROG Magic X is coming up for pre-order in China for 13,499 yuan. ASUS ROG Magic X, the company’s most recent 2-in-1 slim and light notebook, which is likely the most powerful model in this class, is available for pre-order on the Chinese market at a cost of 13,499 yuan, that’s about $2,132. The device is able to provide a variety of uses, due to the 2-in-1 shape.

If the keyboard is connected to the unit, it could function as a normal laptop. However, removing the keyboard attachment transforms the device into a tablet. It weighs 1.2 kilograms and is 12mm thick. ROG Magic X weighs 1.2 kilograms and measures 12mm thick. ROG Magic X has two choices for the 13-inch display that is 4K with a 60Hz refresh rate and Full HD with a 120Hz refresh rate.

ASUS ROG Magic X is coming up for pre-order in China for 13,499 yuan

Both of these models come with touchscreen support, along with the Corning Gorilla Glass for protection. The screen has an aspect ratio of 16:10 and comes with Adaptive-Sync technology. Additionally, it supports Dolby Vision HDR and 500nits of brightness and has achieved the Pantone Color Certification. The screen runs on the Intel Core i9-12900H 12th-generation processor.

It has support for XG Mobile Docking Station that includes NVIDIA GeForce 3080 GPU to handle heavy-duty tasks for gamers or professionals. It comes with LPDDR5 5200mHz of RAM as well as up to 1TB of PCIe SSD storage. In terms of the interface, it has a USB Type-A port as well as a USB 3.2 Port for Type-C, and the capability of DP1.4 as well as PD Charging. It also has a Thunderbolt 4 port as well as micro card readers at the back, and Windows Hello integration in the power button to enable fingerprint recognition.