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Computex 2018: 5 Best news from ASUS and ROG!

Brands like ASUS and ROG have been announcing the most exciting products from Computex for years. This year, they dropped a couple of bombshells so lets recap!
ROG Phone!!!!

1. The ROG Phone and its accessories - ROG has been at the forefront of companies that focusing on fulfilling the demanding needs of gamers from the latest and greatest performing hardware to the most vibrant and mesmerizing RGB LED lighting. 

With competitors entering the smartphone market with their own gaming focused phone. It was only a matter of time until ROG announced their own gaming phone. The phone itself has one of the best spec'd phones out there. 
YouTube on the trackpad!
YouTube on the trackpad!

2. ASUS ZenBook Pro 14 and 15 with ScreenPad - The ScreenPad is one of the most innovative and the most high potential feature we've seen in years. You can use it as a normal track pad and as an auxiliary screen. The SDK for the ScreenPad is up for release so it is only a matter of time until developers can develop functional apps for it.
Computex 2018: ASUS announces Project Precog with dual-screen and AI!
ASUS announces Project Precog with dual-screen and AI!

3. ASUS Project Precog Dual Display laptop with AI - ASUS surprised everyone in the event venue when they revealed this bombshell. They have been working on full dual display laptop that features benefits from AI that could potentially be the next big thing!
ASUS Vivobook new colors
ASUS Vivobook new colors

4. ASUS VivoBook S14 and S15 The NanoEdge display is finally coming to the VivoBook S14 and S15 along with the new ErgoLift hinge that lifts the keyboard at an angle that makes it more comfortable to type and use the keyboard.
VivoWatch BP
VivoWatch BP

5. ASUS VivoWatch BP ASUS has been making wearables for years and one health metric that they wanted to focus this time is your blood pressure. It is rather large for a wearable. It uses EKG (electrocardiogram) and PPG (photoplethysmography) sensors to get the most accurate reading. Our only gripe is that it is rather unwieldy for people with relatively smaller arms. 

What's your favorite news from ASUS and ROG? Let us know!
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