ASUS G10 gaming rig can give you uninterrupted gaming with its built-in UPS

ASUS PH recently announced their G10 gaming desktop which has an interesting feature, it comes with a removable UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply). Granted that sudden brown-outs are rare in the metro these days, it still happens and there’s also the sudden power spikes which can really put frustration while you’re in the heat of a battle.

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The ASUS G10 packs Intel’s 4th Gen (Haswell) Core i7 desktop processors and starts with 8GB RAM but can support up to 32GB. It also comes equipped with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650 GPU which has 3D Vision Surround and supports up to four monitors. File storage is at 1TB with 128GB SSD just for system purposes for speedy performance, and a 32GB web storage from ASUS.

Some ASUS technology goes into the G10 as well. There’s the ASUS SonicMaster technology along with the MaxxAudio Master by waves professional audio software to enhance the audio whether you’re gaming or watching a film on it. There’s the ASUS Smart Cooling System which controls fan speed automatically based for an optimum balance of cooling and noise reduction. It also has an ASUS EPU or Energy Processing Unit which optimizes overall system efficiency by monitoring the system load in real-time and adjusting power requirements accordingly.

The machine itself looks solidly-built oozing with sleek machismo thanks to its brushed metal finish and clean, chiseled lines. Slide down the front cover and you’ll find a host of USB ports including two USB 3.0 ones, the headphone and mic jack, card readers of all shapes and sizes, and the DVD-RW drive.

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Below the optical drive is a bay for the ASUS Power Pack UPS which you can equip the G10 with. A cool thing with this UPS is that it can easily be removed so you can bring it with you and treat it as portable charger for your mobile devices.

The ASUS G10 is already available for Php67,990. There’s also an option if you don’t want the UPS which will bring down the price to Php62,990.

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  • bash

    pretty overpriced considering the specs. :<

  • Anon

    “also comes equipped with an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 650”

    Lost interest after reading that.

    Sorry wouldn’t really call it a “gaming rig” (high-end that is)
    with a GPU like that.

    • Aj

      No, you’re wrong, the highest GPU for the G10 is GTX 780.Check their website. 🙂

  • dantes

    Asus could have installed a GE Force GTX 680, that would be a more qualified gaming video card for the G10.

  • Jared

    Eh….. Parang laptop price na agad, and for what this thing is bragging mas maganda pa yung laptop (own power supply? Big check. One hour pa lol). At least put a gtx 760 in there or put this below 55K.

    With that said, there would be people that would still buy this anyways.

  • ayuz na yan! ASUS PH, I’m waiting sa rafflecopter for that G10 gaming rig. 🙂

  • wew

    not a computer geek,pero base sa nabasa ko tingin ko mas maganda pa razer blade pro at di mo na poproblemahin ang UPS kasi ilang oras un hahaha whatdouthink @Calvin?