Taiwanese brand, Asus has expanded its gaming laptop portfolio in India. The company has launched a new gaming laptop- “FX504” that is available in three different variants, starting at Rs 63,990. The three variants: FX504GD-E4021T, FX504GM-E4112T and FX504GM-EN017T are priced at Rs 63,990, Rs 84,990 and Rs 95,990 respectively. The major difference in the new laptops is the presence of powerful GTX 1060 graphics unit, which results in an immersive and durable gaming experience.
“The ‘FX504’ delivers the performance that enables users to play the latest games and multitask with ease, while at the same time provides unmatched toughness and reliability throughout its lifespan,” Arnold Su, Business Development Manager, ASUS India, said in a statement.
“With the launch of new GTX 1060 products in the series we aim to tap a higher range of audience,” Su added.
The Asus FX504 gaming laptop comes with a desktop-style gaming keyboard for extended gaming and typing sessions.
The FX504GM-EN017T variant comes with a 15-inch Full HD display. It is powered by the latest 8th generation Intel Core i7-8750H processor and features NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics with full Microsoft DirectX 12 support. Along with that it also comes with 8GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB FireCuda SSHD and 128GB PCI-E SSD.
The devices are available at Large Format Retail (LFR) stores, online stores and with ASUS channel partners.
Alongside this announcement, Asus also reduced the price of older FX504 laptops in India. The price of the Asus TUF FX504 model with GTX 1050 Ti and 8th Gen Intel Core i5 can now be purchased for Rs 71,990, down from the earlier price tag of Rs 75,990. The same model with 8th Gen Intel Core i7 model can be picked up for Rs 85,990, which is a drop of Rs 5,000. Lastly, the Asus TUF Gaming FX504 model with GTX 1050 and 128GB Solid State Drive can be purchased for Rs 68,990, down from the original price tag of Rs 72,990.
With Inputs from IANS.
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