PUBG Southeast Asia Championship announced; SG/MY qualifiers take place May 5 – 27

Are you a seasoned veteran of PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds (PUBG)? Do you crave the challenge of pitting your mettle against the best PUBG players in the region? Or perhaps, maybe you’re not even that good at PUBG, but own a sick gaming rig that can run the game at the highest ...

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The ASUS ROG Strix XG32VQ and XG35VQ gaming monitors will be available this month

ASUS has announced the pricing of its two new ROG Strix gaming monitors, both of which feature 1800R curved panels and Aura Sync lighting. The ROG Strix XG32VQ and XG35VQ cost S$939 and S$1,559 respectively. The XG32VQ is already available to buy, while the XG35VQ will arrive in the middle of February. These are expansive screens meant for ...

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ASUS ROG GX501 Zephyrus Impressions – Great for gaming but could be so much more

What does it take to build a gaming laptop that isn’t built with the thickness of a Subway sandwich and quiet enough to run Overwatch next to a sleeping baby? Apparently, just NVIDIA’s Max-Q technology – the tech company’s unique design approach that enables hardware makers such as ASUS ...

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ROG Masters APAC Qualifiers – 5 Minutes with Team Desert Tiger

The ROG Masters APAC Qualifiers starts tomorrow in Manila, Philippines, all the way through Sunday. Earlier in the week we spoke to team One Time Wonder, who will be representing Singapore in the CS:GO finals. Today we caught up with DOTA 2 team Desert Tiger, winners of the DOTA 2 Singapore Final. ...

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ROG Masters APAC Qualifiers – 5 Minutes with Team One Time Wonder

The ROG Masters APAC Qualifiers takes place in Manila, Philippines, this week. We caught up with Team One Time Wonder, winners of the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive Singapore Final, and so is burdened with carrying the country’s mantle, for a quick-fire interview. GameAxis: How would you describe your team’s play style? OTW: Our ...

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ASUS ROG Claymore Gaming Keyboard Review – Two pieces, one keyboard

I’ve always preferred tenkeyless keyboards (after all, they create more space and are generally easier to center, thus enabling better posture) over their full-sized counterparts, but I’ve had people tell me that the number pad is indispensable for them. The reasons are varied, ranging from quibbles over how keyboards ...

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The new ASUS ROG GX800 is quite possibly the most powerful laptop now

ASUS today announced the local launch of ASUS ROG GX800 gaming laptop, if it can even be called that. This machine shatters performance and price expectations on all fronts, boasting a dedicated liquid-cooling dock, dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080s in SLI, and a built-in RGB mechanical keyboard. How much ...

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