Asus unveils ROG Flow Z13 gaming tablet at CES 2022, with support for external GPUs

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The Republic of Gamers sub-brand of Asus is one of the top choices for most gamers when it comes to PC gaming. Now, the company is looking to enter the tablet gaming space with its ROG Flow Z13. The new Windows-based gaming tablet offers its users a one-of-a-kind portable gaming experience with game and accessory compatibility that is rivaled by none.

Asus announced its ROG Flow Z13 gaming tablet during its CES 2022 keynote, which comes with a 13.4-inch display and kickstand. It is basically a high-end gaming laptop that is crammed into a 12mm thick tablet form factor. Here we take a look at everything we know about the new Asus ROG Flow Z13 gaming tablet.

Asus ROG Flow Z13: Price, Availability

The Asus ROG Flow Z13 will be made available by the second quarter of 2022. The company is yet to reveal the pricing or availability of the gaming tablet.

Asus ROG Flow Z13: Specifications

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The Asus ROG Flow Z13 sports a 13.4-inch display and kickstand. It is powered by the latest Intel Core i9-12900H processor paired with Nvidia RTX 3050 Ti GPU. It will come with support for DDR5 RAM and PCIe 4.0 storage. In addition, the Z13 also brings support for connecting an external GPU enclosure. Users paired with the Asus XG Mobile eGPU Kit will be able to pair the Z13 with an RTX 3080 or Radeon RX 6850M XT GPU.

The device will be offered with either a 1080p IPS touchscreen with support for 120Hz refresh rate or a 4K IPS touchscreen with support for 60Hz refresh rate. Both the variants will come with a detachable keyboard with Gorilla Glass protection and per-key RGB backlighting.

The tablet will come with support for PD charging up to 100W. In terms of I/O options, the Z13 sports a Thunderbolt 4 port with DisplayPort 1.4, two USB-C 3.2 Gen 2, an eGPU port, a USB-A 2.0 port, a UHS-II class microSD card reader, an HDMI Will do 2.0 port and a headphone jack.

Asus unveiled the ROG Flow Z13 gaming tablet at CES 2022, with support for external GPU first appeared on BGR India.

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