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The rest of the specs are straightforward: You’re getting a full GeForce GTX 1070 8GB graphics card, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, a 256GB SSD + 1TB FireCuda SSHD, weight of 5.51 pounds, and of course, that gorgeous screen: a 144Hz G-Sync panel with 1080p resolution and a 3-millisecond response time. For wireless, the Zephyrus M has 802.11ac Gigabit Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2.But let me assuage your concerns: the GM501 is a really fast laptop. It can do most things without kicking up the fans too much (say a YouTube video in Chrome or Firefox), but the moment you open a game, get ready for sounds reminiscent of a jet engine’s. If you don’t mind, you can boost the fans with the Fn + F5 key combo (or switch to a quieter mode in low-intensity apps). The Zephyrus M GM501 is the most technically advanced of the three graphics systems here. It contains a full-size GeForce GTX 1070 graphics card instead of the slower Max Q GTX 1070 you’ll find on most other thin gaming laptops this year.

The Max Q GTX 1070 chip has a lower base clock speed (1101-1215 MHz) than the regular GTX 1070 (1433 MHz) and the same goes for the boost mode (1265-1379 MHz versus 1645MHz). Indeed, it’s slightly less powerful. The whole point of Nvidia’s Max Q system is to be able to squeeze in GPUs that normally wouldn’t be feasible in smaller laptops, even including specialized drivers and a 40-decibel limit on fan noise.But the Asus is able to ignore all of that thanks to a hinge mechanism connected directly to the bottom plate, allowing it to open wide for airflow when the laptop is being used while compacting down to under one inch thick when closed. Despite its slim chassis, it can dissipate heat as well as thicker laptops do and can, therefore, run the more powerful graphics card.

This all works out great for Asus buyers because compared to the Gigabyte — which costs $100 more — you’re getting more power, better cooling, and thus, better reliability. Also, it looks cooler with red lights coming out the sides.So, how does the Zephyrus M play? If you play a lot of League of Legends, just crank up all the settings to max and watch the native 144 frame refresh rate fly. PUBG, a game that is (unfortunately) poorly optimized, runs on high (not ultra) with consistent 60–90 fps.Rainbow Six: Siege runs at the native 1080p resolution, all settings cranked up and runs from 100–112 fps in firefights. In a game of split-second decision-making like that, hitting the 144 fps mark would be exceptional, but this is still great performance with tons of eye candy and no loss of action.

IF YOU PLAY A LOT OF ‘LEAGUE OF LEGENDS,’ JUST CRANK UP ALL THE SETTINGS TO MAX AND WATCH THE NATIVE 144 FRAME REFRESH RATE FLY Other popular PC games, like Overwatch, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, Fortnite, and Rocket League are not only optimized, but a piece of cake for the Zephyrus M. Max settings and frames close to the native refresh are entirely doable.Besides the full speed GTX 1070, another spec of the Zephyrus M that stands out to me is the 15.6-inch matte display. It’s not a photo editing display, but it covers the full sRGB color gamut and has beautiful colors. It gives the X-Rite Pantone-certified display from the Gigabyte laptop a run for its money, but only falls short due to insanely thick bezels with the biggest footprint overall.

Otherwise, I have no qualms looking at this screen for as much as I have to. It also flexes the least of the three, which is a build quality win for the Asus.Let’s talk touchpad. Asus ditched the Synaptics drivers and went full Windows Precision, which is great. As an input device, the touchpad itself is smooth to the touch and supports all of Windows 10’s multitouch gestures with ease. It was even placed in the “correct” area of the palm rest — below the keyboard — rather than to the right, like the first-gen Zephyrus.The Zephyrus’ ports are the bare essentials for peripherals and display output, so you won’t have an SD card slot, Ethernet, or mini DisplayPort. Oh, let’s not forget the 720p webcam. It’s not great, but it does work.

Of course, it’s useless for playing games and furthermore, only has a binary tactile feel — it works well, but it doesn’t feel good.OF COURSE, IT’S USELESS FOR PLAYING GAMES AND FURTHERMORE, ONLY HAS A BINARY TACTILE FEEL — IT WORKS WELL, BUT IT DOESN’T FEEL GOOD. The fully backlit RGB keyboard is where things get exciting. The keys are meant for gaming, so they have N-key rollover, with 1.7mm of travel. Not mechanical keys by any means, but I’ve found them to be good for typing out emails and handling the flurry of inputs required in say, a League team fight.Now, let’s talk about the 55Wh battery. It’s tiny! Discrete graphics and G-Sync aren’t the only Nvidia display technologies at play here, but Optimus as well — it can switch between the Nvidia chip and integrated Intel graphics to save power when viewing a video versus playing a game, for example.

All of that means nothing, actually, because the Zephyrus can’t go past the 2.5-hour mark of basic web browser and video usage. Such are the cons of hexacore processors and desktop-class graphics, apparently.Gigabyte’s Aero 15X is very much on the heels of the Asus Zephyrus M, because of its bezel-less display and its abilities as a productivity workhouse. It’s slightly better at battery life, is easier to use on your lap, weighs 4.49 pounds versus the Asus’ 5.5 pounds, and has more ports.I wasn’t jesting when I said the specs for the trio of systems are eerily similar. The Aero 15X also uses a Core i7-8750H six-core processor, 16GB of RAM at a speedy 2666MHz, a 512GB PCie SSD, and Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 1070 Max Q graphics chip with 8GB of memory.

The display is the biggest differentiator here, despite also being 15.6 inches, having a 144Hz refresh rate, and set at a resource-friendly 1920 x 1080p resolution. It’s special because it’s X-Rite Pantone certified — meaning it’s not only color accurate, but it can drastically change its color balance and temperature in Kelvin to suit your viewing preferences. Of these three laptops, the Aero has the best viewing experience.OF THESE THREE LAPTOPS, THE AERO HAS THE BEST VIEWING EXPERIENCE. It has minimal bezels, which are great for immersion. But there’s also a noticeable amount of flex to the display, which you can feel every time you open the laptop. You also will have to deal with abnormal webcam placement; it’s under the logo and results in what I like to call “nostril vision” (Dell XPS 13 and 15 owners know this pain).Also, Gigabyte has an aggressive trigger for closing the lid and going into standby. Whereas most laptop displays turn off when you’ve closed the lid 80–90 percent of the way, the Aero 15X goes into sleep mode when it’s half-closed. It’s especially irritating if you’re carrying the laptop to a meeting, but don’t want to close it completely.

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