With the ROG Flow X13, Asus has created a new type of gaming laptop that offers both portability and performance.

With the ROG Flow X13, Asus has created a new type of gaming laptop that offers both portability and performance.

The ROG Flow X13 is an unconventional machine in the gaming laptop market. It rather looks like a mainstream 2-in-1 convertible notebook, something I personally want to use. Asus’ biggest accomplishment here is how it packaged the Flow X13.

It’s a gaming laptop that ditches the obvious design choices that many of its rivals have, like RGB lighting and aggressive gamer aesthetics. The Flow X13 is a perfect example of how gaming laptops might look in the future.

The laptop is all-black with a ridged carbon-fiber like texture. On the lid, a Republic of Gamers logo is placed on a black metal plate. That makes it a good option for someone who wants to use this device beyond gaming, especially since it weighs only 1.3kg. It will fit easily in a backpack, just like a MacBook Air or Dell XPS 13. The Flow X13 is well-engineered and feels solid.

The display is great. It’s a 13.4-inch 4K (3,840 by 2,400 pixels) panel with a 16:10 aspect ratio and a 60Hz refresh rate. The panel is of high quality (it’s Pantone certified) and promises the sRGB color gamut. That means the 4K display is geared more towards photographers and video editors who need that high pixel count. No doubt, the Flow X13’s display is bright and colourful, even outdoors.

The downside of a 4K panel, of course, is that it impacts battery life. While the 4K panel is great for content creators, gamers would rather want a display with a high-refresh-rate display for smooth gaming. Games looked fine on a 60Hz panel, but I insist on getting the model with a higher 120Hz refresh rate. Though it lacks a 4K panel, it features an AMD Ryzen 7 5800HS processor.

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