ASUS may have already introduced a slew of refreshed PCs at CES 2017, but the slow trickle of updates isn't quite over. The latest additions to ASUS' product lineup include the new ZenBook 3 Deluxe (UX490UA), along with refreshed Republic of Gamer (RoG) laptops.
First up is the ZenBook 3 Deluxe, which joins the base ZenBook 3 with a few extras. Packing a 14-inch display in 13-inch chassis, the ZenBook 3 Deluxe weighs only 2.42 pounds and measures at 12.9mm thin. Inside, there's Intel's Core i7-7500U processor, 16GB of RAM and 1TB of SSD storage. You'll also find 3 USB-C ports — two of which can be used as Thunderbolt 3 ports.
The ZenBook 3 Deluxe (UX490UA) is due out in May for $1,699 in either "royal blue" or "quartz grey" colors.
Meanwhile, gamers aren't left wanting thanks to some slight updates to ASUS' RoG line of gaming laptops. Essentially, the RoG line has been updated with Intel's latest 7th-generation Kaby Lake processors, which has become a theme of CES thus far. The updated models include ROG GX800VH, G701VI, G752VS, and ROG Strix GL502/702 and GL553/753. There's also now a 120Hz display option for the ROG GL502, GL702, and G752 if you're seeking some high framerate action.
Availability for the ROG laptops is a bit hit or miss, with the Kaby Lake GL553, GL753, and GL502 being available now. The Kaby Lake GL702 and G752 will be up for pre-order starting January 6.