ASUS ROG Strix G15 Gaming Laptop – 15.6″ 144Hz Display, AMD Ryzen 7 6800H(8-core), RTX 3050, 16GB DDR5 RAM, 512GB SSD, Wi-Fi 6, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 11 Pro, with Mouse

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  • 【Powerful Processor】ASUS ROG Strix G15 Gaming Laptop Equipped with AMD Ryzen 7 6800H, 3.2GHz (Up to Turbo Boost 4.7 GHz, 8 cores, 16 threads). Whether you’re gaming, streaming, or multitasking, this processor ensures a seamless and responsive computing experience, handling demanding tasks with ease.
  • 【Immersive 15.6″ Display】Immerse yourself in the ASUS ROG Strix G15 Gaming Laptop’s 15.6″ 144Hz display. With a high refresh rate, enjoy fluid and responsive visuals for an immersive gaming experience. The vibrant display brings games, videos, and creative projects to life with stunning clarity and smooth motion.
  • 【NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050】Elevate your gaming graphics with the NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050. Experience realistic visuals, ray tracing, and smooth frame rates for an immersive gaming adventure. The dedicated graphics card enhances not only gaming but also content creation and multimedia tasks.
  • 【Connectivity】Work efficiently and browse the web knowing that your connection remains secure with the Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth Combo. It has 2x Type A USB 3.2 Gen 1, 2x Type C USB 3.2 Gen 2, 1x Headphone Jack, 1x HDMI, 1x RJ45 to help you to connect quickly.
  • 【Suitable for Gaming】Gain a competitive edge with the customizable backlit keyboard, providing precise control and adding visual flair to your gaming setup. With advanced technology and premium features, this laptop offers unmatched performance and immersion, setting the stage for an unparalleled gaming experience
ASUS ROG Strix G15 Gaming Laptop – 15.6″ 144Hz Display, AMD Ryzen 7 6800H(8-core), RTX 3050, 16GB DDR5 RAM, 512GB SSD, Wi-Fi 6, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 11 Pro, with Mouse
ASUS ROG Strix G15 Gaming Laptop – 15.6″ 144Hz Display, AMD Ryzen 7 6800H(8-core), RTX 3050, 16GB DDR5 RAM, 512GB SSD, Wi-Fi 6, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 11 Pro, with Mouse


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Specification: ASUS ROG Strix G15 Gaming Laptop – 15.6″ 144Hz Display, AMD Ryzen 7 6800H(8-core), RTX 3050, 16GB DDR5 RAM, 512GB SSD, Wi-Fi 6, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 11 Pro, with Mouse

Standing screen display size

‎15.6 Inches

Screen Resolution

‎1920 x 1080 pixels

Max Screen Resolution

‎1920×1080 Pixels


‎4.7 GHz ryzen_7



Hard Drive

‎512 GB SSD

Graphics Coprocessor

‎NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3050

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Operating System

‎Windows 11 Pro

Item Weight

‎4.63 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎13.9 x 1.07 x 10.2 inches

Item Dimensions LxWxH

‎13.9 x 1.07 x 10.2 inches



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Hard Drive Interface

‎Solid State

Reviews (4)

4 reviews for ASUS ROG Strix G15 Gaming Laptop – 15.6″ 144Hz Display, AMD Ryzen 7 6800H(8-core), RTX 3050, 16GB DDR5 RAM, 512GB SSD, Wi-Fi 6, Backlit Keyboard, Windows 11 Pro, with Mouse

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  1. zachb

    I don’t usually do reviews but this computer had no reviews and I love this machine. One thing about the marketing page though. Amazon has it advertised as 1 TB 7200 Hard drive. Instead, it has 2 Western Digital 500 GB 7200 RPM drives which are very easy to access in terms of opening up the laptop and messing with hardware. I have not changed any hardware and do not intend to. The screen is fantastic, the 1920×1080 res just makes everything look beautiful. The 17.3 inches is a little big but it’s easy enough to carry around.

    This laptop is not advertised as a gaming laptop but every game I have tried so far, Assassins Creed Franchise, Half Life 2, Team Fortress 2, and Sid Meier’s Civilization 5, run perfectly with no lag even when running at full graphics. Today, I have spent almost 4 hours gaming without turning off or taking a break and the laptop external surface temp is room temperature if not a tad bit cooler. The included subwoofer is a nice addition which virtually takes out all of the tinny sounds that laptops are almost infamous for. When I have blasted the speakers at their full capacity I was able to hear this laptop almost 75 ft away with no issues.

    The computer does come with a decent amount of pre-installed software but nothing that can’t be uninstalled via the control panel. Also, the side button on the side that can be programmed is very nice. Also, the case is classy and sophisticated. The brushed aluminium design makes the computer look sleek and professional.

    I only have two complaints with it so far.
    1. The track pad. It looks nice and the concept with multi-gesture support is interesting, but it doesn’t work. I don’t like it. The pad is flimsy and a little over sized and the clicking is temperamental. However, this doesn’t bother me too much because I use an external Logitech G500 mouse and I have disabled the track pad.
    2. The keyboard tends to stick when you press keys too hard but its barely noticeable when typing.

    Overall, amazing laptop and I am very pleased with my purchase. If you are looking at the Asus N56VZ-DS71, the hardware is virtually the same, except for the hard drives and resolution size. I went with this one because the N56 has a 5400 rpm drive which causes severe bottleneck issues in terms of power. On a side note, I was able to transfer roughly 50 GB of music from an external hard drive to this computer in under 10 minutes. I’m happy I spent the extra 100 dollars on this faster laptop, though I wish it was offered in the 16.3 inch size. If you want to see an in depth video review, look up xoticpc Asus N76VZ-DS71 on youtube. They have a really nice 25 minute video review. I chose to buy from amazon because at the time it was the better deal. Love the Asus name and this laptop.


    Just a couple things I have found after using this laptop for several months. It has an internal high quality microphone which I didn’t realize at the time and that Amazon did not advertise.

    Also, I was mistaken, the hard drives are not western digital, they are seagate.

    When you buy this laptop, the two hard drives are partitioned into 4 hard drives each containing roughly 256 gb. This is one thing I do not like and I didn’t realize it until after I bought it and installed all of my software on. You can fix it but it requires you to format your hard drives which means losing windows 7 unless you made a recovery disk or something similar.

    In my initial review, I said I hated the trackpad. After 2 months, I’ve gotten used to it and love the multi-gesture support system.

    One last thing, recently I tripped while transporting it and fell on the laptop on concrete. True, the laptop was in a bag but I find it very impressive that I fell on it (I’m not a small guy) and it didn’t even take cosmetic damage and continues to function perfectly.

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  2. Grygorii

    Overall good, but:

    1. Touch-pad is awful. When you type message and it is not disabled, sometimes it causes the part of the message to be selected and overwritten.
    2. Even if you disable it from the control panel it is alive in many cases. You have to play wit it and external mouse to have it disabled finally.
    3. Insert and delete keys are at the bottom of the numeric keyboard. That is very inconvenient.

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  3. C. Anderson

    I had to purchase this as an emergency purchase after my other computer lost its motherboard. As a graduate student writing a dissertation, I could not afford to go for very long without a machine that could run multiple and weighty programs simultaneously. This machine has gotten good reviews on Amazon and elsewhere. A computer-savvy friend had also recently purchased an ASUS different model and loved it. I use this as a desk-top with the option to travel with it, if needed. I had my other 17.3 screen laptop for 7 years and traveled with it a great deal, despite its weight. After returning from a 6-month research trip, where I had to lug that around each day, I purchased a netbook with the intention of only using it for word processing and a little internet stuff, then synching to my other machine. This has worked beautifully.

    I am still adjusting to some bits and pieces. It is fast – it starts up fast and revives quickly from hibernate. It comes pre-loaded with the usual bloat, of which I am slowly getting rid. It runs a variety of weighty programs simultaneously with ease. As other reviewers stated, it comes pre-partitioned, which is odd, however I like that had have restored all of my data on one partition with hardly any dent in space.

    The odd things:
    It makes a very odd sound when it turns on – as if something is being engaged – it does this when I click on itunes. I don’t know exactly what it is but…it does.
    On occasion, it seems to freeze for a second before starting something – as if its “searching” for it or catching up.
    The track pad seems to have a mind of its own; luckily i use a wireless mouse which eliminates that issue. I actually hate the track pad….that is a personal preference.
    I have also noticed that some webpages** take a long time to load – whether this is internet, wireless card or what – it didn’t happen on my other machine and it doesn’t really happen on my wee netbook. I will eventually get around to trying to figure that out.
    The power adapter is a monster. I agree with the other reviewers when they question why ASUS has such a giant adapter.

    The good things:
    Again, it is fast. I don’t game so I can’t state exactly how fast a gamer wants or needs – but for me doing what I do, its pretty amazing.
    Its a beautiful machine that feels solid.
    I like the backlit keyboard even though I use a wireless keyboard. It adds a bit of light when I work at night.
    It is lighter than my old machine – same size.
    The battery life is good thus far – I have watched a complete movie plus done a few other things before the indicator told me to plug in – so a straight 4 hours of playing a DVD and internet stuff.
    The speakers are good quality; the subwoofer is pretty cool but maybe a bit pointless. I like it, but I can see where someone might find it odd.

    In general, I can’t speak for some of the technical aspects because I am not a guru; I know what I need and what I like and this computer, minus a few wee glitches, does what I need it to do.

    I am giving it three stars right now simply because it is a new machine for me (remember, 7 years with the old one) and there are some differences. I think it is going to be a really solid purchase and paired with a good warranty, I shouldn’t have any problems.

    **Update on Review: I wanted to update readers on the “speed” of certain pages loading when online. After battling a wee bit longer, I dumped Chrome and went back to Firefox. What a huge difference. I have also installed ArcGIS on the computer and for the most part, the computer is still quite fast, even with ArcMAP and Google Earth and Word open at the same time.
    The battery life still seems to be good – I switch it to entertainment mode when watching Netflix in bed, for example, and am able to get through 2 episodes of a regular hour long (40 min) TV show.
    I recently had to travel with it, which was not as bad as my previous machine weight-wise. I actually got a couple of comments as to its looks – I could care less about that, but if you do, then good! It recognized the new wireless without issue and worked so much better than my brother on his new macbook.
    I am still incredibly please with the purchase.
    ***Response to my keeping it at 3 stars…my bad, I forgot to change that aspect.

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  4. B. Lane

    Bought this as a birthday/Christmas present for my husband and he loves it. Great laptop with a really nice 17″ screen. Comes with a cute little subwoofer that attaches to a special port. The sound is phenomenal with it. No laptop I have ever had has sounded so good, and I have an HP with Beats, the audio is so-so. I’ve had several laptops with supposedly great speakers with subwoofers and they have all been mediocre. And I’m talking Boston Acoustics and Harmon Karden. The built in subwoofers are poor and add very little to the sound. I have a Dell desktop that came with a 5.1 surround system 10 years ago and it is fantastic (the pc died, but I frankensteined the audio card into another desktop and was able to keep the speakers) so the speakers and sound card are still in use. The little subwoofer that comes with this laptop rivals the sound from that system, which I would put up against any receiver and speaker system – even my Bose 5.1 speakers with subwoofer attached to our Panasonic receiver and Blu-Ray player – the 5.1 system with that desktop is just as great, and now this little 3 inch attachment puts the laptop up there with the best.

    The laptop is fast and has been a dream. I may consider Asus for my next laptop when my 1 year old HP Envy eventually dies.

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