ASUS refreshes the popular G751 gaming laptop with the new and improved G752

ASUS dedicated a solid portion of its IFA 2015 stage time to Republic of Gamers, its gaming arm with some exciting hardware for those who wish to power through AAA titles. The company today announced a refresh to the G751 gaming laptop. Say hello to the new G752.

The G752 is a direct upgrade to the G751, which was well received by both reviewers and gamers alike. Not only is Windows 10 pre-installed and ready to roll, the new laptop will also contain Intel's latest Skylake quad-core processors. Coupled with the Intel i7 chips is the NVIDIA GTX 980M graphics processor, which will power content through to the panel that can go up to 3840x2160, depending on your model choice.

The G752 is not only an upgrade of the internals, but ASUS also did some work on the new design. There's an anti-ghosting 30-key rollover keyboard (with back-lighting), Thunderbolt 3, and USB-C. The laptop will be available in three colors, plasma copper, armor titanium, and lava red. Expect to see the G752 released later this year for $1,499.

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16 Comments
  • Gorgeous Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • Very nice - in fact everything announced today... I shame dell updated the alienware in such a lackluster fashion: No ddr4... At least skylake was present.
  • Yeah the no ddr4 is a shame still, I like the look of the Alienware better then this.
  • Agreed. And the next day in situ support is brilliant. Such an odd choice to go with skylake and not ddr4... I suspect the dimm slots may be the new fangled ones that take ddr 3 and 4... Need to get it into hands for testing ;)
  • Where did you get the no ddr4 info? all the other websites with specs are saying upto 64 gb ddr4 2133 mhz ram.
     
  • On the Dell website both the alienware 17 and 18 show ddr3 as the only option. I think you're thinking of the x51 desktop.
  • 64gb? Does it have 8 sodimm slots? As far as I know 8gb is as big as they currently come. Unless someone is selling 16s... Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • If only I could get over the horrible design with that big ass behind the screen. Design wise you can't beat Alienware imo.
  • That cooling is nothing to be sniffed at, the only heat to be felt anywhere is out of the rear vents.
  • Check out Aorus X7. This is a fat rip off design. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android
  • This design is not a rip off of the Aorus at all. Aorus just started with a similar design this year as Asus begin with this case design over 4 years ago. I believe it was with the G53.
  • Aye, those vents have a purpose dev if they do look steroidal. I can mist the back of an s63 while gaming whilst being driven, with the gt80 msi!!! Have to turn the cooling on good for that to abate lol
  • O my God..... :))))))) wish to have one... Someone can donate to me as gift lol
  • Got the g751jt only last month. Doh!
  • I bought the 751JY as soon as it came out, and while it does suck that there's a newer model out already, I don't feel that I'm missing out on too much. Neither the GTX970 or 980 can game at this new high resolution available, not with good framerates on modern games. I like the look of the 751 series too. 
  • Looks like a really thick version of Aorus X7. Posted via the Windows Central App for Android