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    Asus launches the ROG Mothership, a gaming 'Surface'

    And its powerful new ROG Zephyrus S GX701 is a small footprint 17.3-inch gaming laptop.
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    Re: Asus launches the ROG Mothership, a gaming 'Surface'

    The mothership is an interesting concept, but how is that meant to be lap friendly? I don't think I could use that as a lap device :/

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    Re: Asus launches the ROG Mothership, a gaming 'Surface'

    Quote Originally Posted by Tabbykatze View Post
    The mothership is an interesting concept, but how is that meant to be lap friendly? I don't think I could use that as a lap device :/
    It's not.
    It's more of a portable desktop AIO.

    https://rog.asus.com/articles/gaming...aming-laptops/

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    Re: Asus launches the ROG Mothership, a gaming 'Surface'

    https://youtu.be/S7900rTHdCo does a good review on the zephrus. As a leftie I'm boned with that trackpad. Very nice screen, specs and materials but ergonomically just not enjoyable than less at a table or flat surface.

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