Things are a little bit different when it comes to the 17-inch GL753VE model; the cost of the laptop is comparable to that of the 15-inch model in certain areas, such as the United States of America; however, this is not the case everywhere. We are yet unsure of the reasons for the pricing discrepancy of over €50 in Europe; nonetheless, it is significant. So, here are get the full specs details of the Asus Rog GL753 or Asus Rog GL753VE laptop review, the best price, and other details.
As was mentioned before, the GL753VE is available with similar specifications, including an Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti graphics card, at least 8 gigabytes of DDR4-2400 memory, and the customary combination of M.2 SSD and HDD storage. However, we anticipate that the GL753VE will have different performance in sure of the tests despite all the similarities. The battery life is anticipated to be shorter (because the unit is the same size, but the screen is larger and requires more power). The cooling performance may be improved (due to the additional room in the larger chassis). The IPS screen is likely to receive a different rating in our tests.
Asus Rog GL753VE: Design and Construction
In terms of design, build quality, and general look, the GL753VE does not deviate from its 15-inch. The only things that differentiate the two are their weight and their size. Compared to the GL553VE, which weighs 2.5 kilograms and has a height of 30 millimeters, the GL753VE weighs a whopping 2.97 kilograms and has a depth of 33 millimeters. None of these two options is available for you, so you need to seriously consider whether or not the bigger screen is worth the additional hassle.
The screen hinges allow for reasonably smooth motion and make it possible to open the laptop with only one hand. Additionally, they maintain the lid’s stability even when the container is on an uneven surface. The underside of the chassis comes with a roughened black plastic and it features orange-color rubber.
Storage Upgrades – 2.5-Inch HDD/SSD, M.2 SSD
As anticipated, the laptop is equipped with a regular 2.5-inch hard disk drive onboard and a free M.2 SSD slot that is capable of handling PCIe NVMe SSDs in our particular instance. HGST’s 1 terabyte 2.5-inch HDD rotates at 7200 revolutions per minute. You will discover the slot for the M.2 SSD right next to where the HDD is available. However, if it is not enough then you have the option to replace the optical drive with a caddy that has room for another 2.5-inch drive.
Asus Rog GL753VE: RAM
Two RAM chip slots, each of which can accommodate up to 16 GB of DDR4-2400 memory, are included on the motherboard. When it arrived at our facility, our system only had one of Samsung’s 8GB DDR4-2400 chips installed.
Asus Rog GL753VE: Display Quality
The display on the ASUS ROG GL753VE has a resolution of 1920 by 1080 pixels and utilizes the same IPS panel as the display on the ASUS ROG Strix GL702VS. This display is manufactured like LG and model number LP173WF4-SPF3. This translates to a pixel density of 127 PPI, while the pixel pitch is 0.1995 mm on each side. When you see an equal distance or greater than 69 centimeters, the screen mostly looks deemed to have a “Retina” resolution.
We found that the greatest brightness was 377 cd/m2 in the middle of the surface. Also, the average brightness was 355 cd/m2 throughout the whole surface with just an 8% variation. The color temperature is 6630K when the brightness is at its highest. Also, it is relatively close to the ideal setting of 6500K. The average color temperature does not deviate too much from the perfect setting of 6670 Kelvin as we go down the grayscale. At a luminance level of 140 cd/m2, you can see the progression of the findings.
Blue Light Emissions
The installation of our Health-Guard profile gets rid of PWM. It lowers the amount of dangerous blue light emitted from the screen while maintaining the perceptual accuracy of the colors on display. If you’re not acquainted with blue light, the TL;DR version of the explanation is that it refers to emissions that are harmful to your eyes, skin, and the rest of your body. You may learn more about this topic by reading our post devoted explicitly to blue light.
This brief introduction aims to familiarize you with the sRGB color gamut and the Adobe RGB color gamut. Therefore, we can be confident that we are speaking the same language. To begin, there is the CIE 1976 Uniform Chromaticity Diagram. This diagram depicts the visible spectrum of colors seen by the human eye. It provides you with a better understanding of the color gamut coverage and color accuracy.
The standard color gamut, also known as sRGB, is contained inside the black triangle. Millions of people worldwide utilize HDTV and the internet. Thus its usage is widespread. Regarding the Adobe RGB color space, this is the one that printing devices like professional cameras and displays utilize. The colors included inside the black triangle are helpful for everyone, making this a key component of the color quality and color accuracy of a popular notebook.
PWM (Screen flickering)
Pulse-width modulation, or PWM, is a simple method for adjusting the brightness of a display. When you bring down the brightness, the light intensity of the backlight does not decrease; rather, the electronics cause it to turn off and on at a frequency that is invisible to the human eye. It occurs whenever you change the brightness setting. These light impulses do your eyes injury because the ratio of time spent in light to time spent in dark fluctuates. However, the brightness of the light does not alter.
The IPS panel shows the excellent quality and provides everything you could want for an enjoyable gaming and entertainment experience. It has a high contrast ratio, broad sRGB coverage, high maximum brightness, and no PWM present at any brightness level. The only features that aren’t present here are a high refresh rate and G-Sync. But it is considering that they are often built-in components of high-end gaming laptops, we can overlook this omission.