How a Gaming Laptop Gets Made – ROG Design Center Tour



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32 thoughts on “How a Gaming Laptop Gets Made – ROG Design Center Tour

  1. 11:05 while there are hidden costs, you can't ignore than Apple has become the wealthiest company in the world by charging triple for their devices and selling tens of millions of units a year.

  2. For a limited production run I wonder if they will or already have used 3D metal printers for construction of their rather wasteful chassis milling process? Nice to see the inside look of how things get made.

  3. ROG Mothership GZ700 Gaming Laptop, 17.3 144Hz FHD Display with G-Sync, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080, Intel Core i9-9980HK, 1.5TB SSD (3X 512 in Raid0), 64GB DDR4 RAM, Windows 10 Pro, GZ700GX-XB98K
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  4. I had my first ASUS laptop about 15 years (Before the brand ROC), which was crap I fucking hate it. I never brought another ASUS laptop since, after the video I guess i should give them another chance.

  5. Yeah obviously r and d drive up cost, the problem comes when a majority of cost inflation comes from marketing. like with apples current devices, r and d is on the back burner, because nothing is being drastically changed, yet they come to market with some of the highest prices. its rip off cause their hardware and design is similar to their competitors yet demand twice as much

  6. 2014 GL551 ROG it started running fan full speed, finally wouldn’t post. Stuck with HD and airplane mode lights alternating. Two places for asus repair in USA, both walk-in only. Bought a used motherboard and now looking once agin at my crappy asus laptop screen. Never again.

  7. I was so so much sure that Linus would be too careful with all the stuff in that secret lab and he drops the prototype. LMAO. 🤣

  8. As a Computer Engineering major, this video is really interesting and I'm super excited to start working on projects like this!

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