Eh, they screwed it too..
They didn't give it a wedge design, most likely everyone's going to break their wrist on it..
Bah. I use a mechanical keyboard for the more important tasks (gaming). Only use it without a keyboard for work. The G752 is already pretty high. I dont think it will be that much taller.
Doubt that. With 144Hz screen it's more likely to be around $4k price tag.
I really hope not. 144Hz isnt worth $1k difference. It also brings back the extra 2.5inch bay which I would really like to keep as it is in the G752. The GX800 is ridiculous because they dropped the 2.5inch drive bay. For a rig with SLI 1080's, its main use, you would think would be gaming. NVMe storage just for gaming would be extremely costly. Then again at $6k, the laptop is too expensive for most to begin with.
The display also being 1080p in the Chimera, I dont think the cost would be that significant of a difference compared to a 75Hz 1080p GSYNC display. The 4k option supposedly also available may be a large amount more. I guess we'll see.
(ROG has simply become too expensive compared to the competition with same specs... 😞 )
MSI GE75 Raider 10SGS - i7 10750H - RTX 2080 Super - 32GB Ram - 1TB WD NVMe - 2TB 960 EVO - 300Hz 17inch Display
RETIRED: ALIENWARE R17 R5 - i7 8750H - GTX 1070 @ 1.9Ghz - 16GB DDR4 - NVMe 970 EVO 1TB - SSD 960 EVO 1TB
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