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Today at CES2020 we are going over everything new from the Asus team with the always professional JJ.

At #ces2020 with JJ from Asus today we start our Tour with the Asus Swift PG43UQ a new 43" 4k 144hz Gaming Monitor and the World's first 43" DSC Gaming Monitor

At CES2020 today with JJ from Asus we look at the Asus ROG Swift PG32UQX a 32" 4K 144HZ monster of a monitor that they Claim to be the future of gaming monitors and the star of their CES2020 displays.

More to Come as we continue CES2020 make sure to come back, like subscribe, share and comment.

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Asus CES 2020 Continued

 

 

Back with JJ at #ces2020 we have the Asus ROG Swift 360HZ Gsync Monitor, Great refresh rate and colors designed for Esports Pros. With great color and insane speeds, this monitor will make all others look like a blurry mess for 2020!

 

 

Moving along with Asus today we look at the Asus Z11 Gaming Case. Taking the standard itx design and knocking it up to 11, this design features an 11 degrees slant to the motherboard meaning you get better airflow, visuals and cable management with something a simple as a little lean in the board placement over standard atx layouts.

 

 

Moving Along to the brand new Asus ROG Strix Arion External Nvme, an all-new External enclosure from Asus that features RGB lighting and a sleek but practical enclosure design that fits almost any needs.

 

 

Today we have a close look at all the new mice from Asus at CES2020. from swappable switches and advertising to a custom joystick on the side of the mouse.

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