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    G73Jh

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    Strike in Silence

    • Understated, subtly aggressive design inspired by the iconic F-117 stealth fighter
    • Equipped with the most powerful components available today, including the latest Core™ i7 processor and top-end ATI® Mobility Radeon® graphics
    • DirectX 11-capable graphics and 8-channel HD audio with EAX support for unprecedented in-game immersion
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      Your opponents won’t know what hit ‘em.

      The ASUS ROG G73Jh is like no other gaming notebook. Instead of a gaudy chassis laden with gimmicks, the G73Jh instead boasts an understated yet striking design inspired by the iconic F-117 Nighthawk stealth fighter. Far from being merely cosmetic, the G73Jh’s angular design actually improves your gaming experience. All the heat and noise-generating components have been grouped together at the rear of the notebook, allowing you to game in cool and quiet comfort. The tapering of the chassis also enables the keyboard plane to be inclined by 5 degrees—improving ergonomics so that you can game for hours on end without any strain.

      As real as it gets.

      With its DirectX 11-capable graphics and 8-channel HD audio with EAX 4.0 compatibility, the G73Jh delivers next-generation, ultra-realistic gaming on the go. Character models and textures look so incredibly lifelike, you’ll forget you’re playing a game. And the in-game sound effects and positional audio are so true-to-life, each bullet zing and explosion will send you scurrying for cover.

      Maximum overkill.

      The G73Jh is so aggressively spec’ed, it’ll exceed the requirements of the most demanding games for a long time to come. At its heart lies the latest Intel® Core™ i7 processor, DirectX 11-capable ATI® Radeon™ HD5870 graphics, up to 8GB of DDR3 system memory, and 1TB of storage space. So crank up those game settings to the max—the G73Jh will make easy work of them. And if things do get a little jittery, simply overclock the system on the fly to smooth the performance out again.