Last week in its Connect 2 event, Oculus has made some key announcements like they are launching Gear VR headset which works with Samsung smartphone and provide you nice virtual reality experience, apart from this company has also announced Oculus Rift, which is an virtual reality tool for desktop users and it can used by gamers out there to experience gaming of next level.

Asus Republic Of Gamers G20 Front

Now Asus has announced that their ASUS G11CD and Republic of Gamers (ROG) G20CB (Review) gaming desktops are Oculus Rift ready, by this announcement, Asus has became one of the first PC makers to support Oculus Ready program.

ASUS G11CD and ROG G20CB are Oculus-ready gaming PCs and will fully support the Oculus Rift virtual reality experience, if you want to use Oculus then you simply need to connect to PCs to the Oculus Rift and download the required drivers prior to use.

ASUS G11CD is powered by a 6th-generation Intel Core processor, DDR4 RAM, and an NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics card. G11CD has an aggressively-designed chassis, with a central LED array on its front façade capable of showcasing light effects with 8 million colors, and three ‘flames’ on its flanks. Aegis II software helps improve the gaming experience, with GameAlive allowing gamers to record and edit gameplay videos to share on social media.

ROG G20 is designed to dominate the small-form-factor gaming desktop segment. G20 has a 9.5-liter chassis and is powered by the 6th-gen Intel Core processor and NVIDIA GeForce GTX graphics for WQHD-resolution gaming and home entertainment.

ROG G20 sports a bold matte-black finish, aggressive lines, and Mayan-inspired markings. It even has customizable LED effects with up to 8 million colors. The G20 has a thermal design that takes advantage of natural heat convection, and has a hidden airflow channel to ensure efficient heat management during marathon gaming sessions.


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