Computex 2024: Asus Unveils New Gaming Laptops and AI Chips – What You Need to Know!

Taipei, Taiwan – The tech world is buzzing as Computex 2024 kicks off in Taipei, Taiwan. This year’s show promises to be a showcase of cutting-edge technology, with a strong focus on AI and innovative new products from industry leaders like Asus.

One of the highlights of the event is the announcement of the new Asus ROG Ally X, a handheld gaming device that aims to rival Valve’s Steam Deck. Priced at $799 in the U.S., the ROG Ally X features an AMD Ryzen Z1 Extreme processor, a Full HD screen with a 120Hz refresh rate, and a new 80wh battery for extended playtime. With these specs, Asus is positioning the ROG Ally X as a contender for the title of the new king of handheld PCs.

In addition to the ROG Ally X, Asus has also unveiled a lineup of gaming laptops powered by the new AMD Ryzen AI 3000 NPU chipset. The flagship model, the ROG Zephyrus G16, boasts an OLED display with 2.5K resolution and a 240Hz refresh rate, while the TUF Gaming A14 and A16 laptops offer 2.5K resolution displays, 165Hz refresh rates, and up to 32GB of RAM.

Meanwhile, AMD has made waves with the announcement of its new laptop-focused Ryzen AI 3000 Series chip, positioning it as the “world’s best processor for Copilot+ PCs.” With a focus on AI workloads, the Ryzen AI 3000 Series aims to deliver top-notch performance in a compact form factor, challenging the status quo in the laptop market.

As Computex unfolds, attendees can expect to see a wide range of innovative products and technologies on display. From eco-friendly laptops made from recycled materials to advanced AI computing solutions, this year’s show is shaping up to be a showcase of the latest and greatest in tech innovation. Stay tuned for more updates and insights from the ground at Computex 2024.