ASUS Announces XG Station Pro
— External GPU enclosure is a versatile solution that delivers cutting-edge graphics performance for PC Laptops and MacBooks alike —
Fremont, CA (January 4, 2018) — ASUS introduced the first external graphics dock for laptops way back in 2007 with the original XG Station. Gaming was the initial focus, but GPUs are now widely used for much more productive pursuits. They’re adept at accelerating content creation like photo and video editing, and they’re essential for serious 3D modeling and CAD. The new ASUS XG Station Pro brings professionals the refinement you’d expect from our decade of experience with external GPUs.
ASUS XG Station Pro
Its sleek exterior hides high-end graphics cards inside a compact chassis that fits seamlessly into your space, while intelligent cooling keeps you running at top speed with minimal acoustic accompaniment. With support for the latest NVIDIA and AMD graphics cards and featuring fast and convenient Thunderbolt 3 connectivity, XG Station Pro enables a workstation-class experience when connected to a PC laptop or MacBook and an external monitor without sacrificing mobility.
For a full design overview on the XG Station Pro and how it works, please visit us at Edge Up ASUS.
AVAILABILITY & PRICING
ASUS XG Station Pro will be available for $329 (US MSRP) in North America starting in Q1 2018. Please contact your local ASUS representative for further information.
Visit www.asus.com/us for device and platform compatibility information. Specifications are subject to change without notice.
ASUS is one of Fortune magazine’s World’s Most Admired Companies, and is dedicated to creating products for today and tomorrow’s smart life. Our comprehensive portfolio includes Zenbo, ZenFone, ZenBook and a range of IT devices and components, along with AR, VR and IoT. ASUS employs more than 17,000 people worldwide and over 5,500 world-class R&D talents. Driven by innovation and committed to quality, the company won 4,385 awards and earned approximately US$13.3 billion of revenue in 2016.