It’s a brand-new year, and that means we’re having a blast showing off new gear from ASUS, ROG, TUF Gaming and ProArt to the attendees of CES 2024. But if you weren’t able to make it to Las Vegas to see all the latest tech and gadgets on display in person, we’ve taken some photos to give you a look at some of our new products direct from the show floor. Follow the included links to read all about our new products.
Zenbook Duo dual-screen laptop
The undeniable showstopper at the ASUS booth for CES 2024 has to be the incredible new Zenbook Duo. A complete reimagining of the dual-screen laptop form factor, the Duo offers two 14-inch touchscreens and a fully-fledged traditional laptop keyboard with a trackpad, all in a 14-inch laptop form factor. Prepare for your mobile workflow to change, for the better.
ASUS AirVision M1 wearable display
Here’s a display that wears like a pair of glasses: the ASUS AirVision M1 wearable display. It’ll give you a large, bright display to play your games on the go with a system like the ROG Ally. Perhaps more importantly — at least, for your to-do list — it’s a productivity monster when you connect it to your laptop. With it, you can establish multiple virtual screens to give yourself a virtual multi-monitor setup anywhere you go.
ProArt PA602 chassis
Creators the world over have come to trust our ProArt brand for delivering high-performance and no-nonsense components built with creative professionals in mind. The ProArt PA602 chassis continues the legacy of sleek, creator-focused products meant to keep you immersed in your workflow, not worrying about reliability or performance. An airflow focused design and thoughtful I/O placement make the PA602 a creator’s dream chassis for their next production machine.
ROG Strix SCAR 16 and SCAR 18 gaming laptops
For gamers on the hunt for a no-holds-barred laptop, the 2024 ROG Strix SCAR 16 and SCAR 18 just got major upgrades, including a gorgeous new 1100 nit peak brightness Mini LED panel. HDR games and movies have never looked better.
The ROG Swift OLED PG39WCDM gaming monitor and ROG Ergo Monitor Arm
Speaking of gorgeous colors and HDR content, the ROG Swift OLED PG39WCDM, seen here mounted proudly with an ROG Ergo Monitor Arm, is one of the latest additions to ROG’s growing catalogue of gaming-focused ultrawide OLED monitors. With a 240Hz refresh rate and incredible 1300 nits of peak brightness paired with the true inky blacks of OLED, your gaming future will look brighter than ever with this combination.
A TUF Gaming BTF PC build
Also making an appearance on the show floor is our brand-new BTF hardware. With offerings from both ROG and this all-white build from TUF Gaming, the BTF layout allows you to hide every single power cable behind the motherboard, allowing for the absolute cleanest cable management possible. We’re looking forward to seeing your next BTF build on social media soon.
ROG Strix GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER graphics card
NVIDIA just announced the SUPER series of GPUs, specifically the GeForce RTX 4080 SUPER, GeForce RTX 4070 Ti SUPER, and GeForce RTX 4070 SUPER. We’re proud to announce a wide selection of GPU options from ASUS, ProArt, TUF Gaming and of course ROG, with color choices and fan configurations that are sure to match perfectly with your next dream PC.
ROG Cetra Speednova gaming earbuds
The ROG Cetra Speednova aren’t just any standard in-ear monitor. Not only do they offer a Bluetooth connection for easy on-the-go gaming, but new in 2024, they also offer an ultra-low latency 2.4GHz connection using a USB receiver. That means you can get the convenience of true wireless earbuds with the lightning-fast connection of a USB headset, plus active noise canceling and RGB lighting to boot.
ROG Aura Light Bar
Keep your work in clear view with the distinctly ROG-styled ROG Aura Light Bar. Featuring a clear light for work on the front, with adjustable color temperature to adapt exactly as you need it, it also features a back facing RGB LED array to add bias lighting on your wall, truly completing the ambiance of your setup.
ROG Falchion RX Low Profile gaming keyboard and ROG Keris II Ace gaming mouse
Every great battlestation deserves equally high-quality peripherals, and our latest offerings are just that. The ROG Falchion RX Low Profile keyboard is a showcase of our new RX LP switches, giving you the same long key travel and tactile actuation you’d expect from an ROG key switch, with the sleek appeal of a low-profile design. The ROG Keris II Ace is an ultralight 54 grams with a competition-ready sensor, and both come equipped with an ROG Omni Receiver, allowing for both peripherals to communicate with a single dongle, freeing up precious USB ports on your rig. Future, say hi.
ZenWiFi BQ16 and BQ16 Pro
Wireless networking gets more and more important with every passing year, and the ZenWiFi BQ16 and ZenWiFi BQ16 Pro are ready to keep you connected. Featuring support for the recently unlocked WiFi 7 standard, these wireless routers can support more devices at faster speeds than ever before. And with support for AI Mesh, you can seamlessly connect multiple units to create a unified mesh network in your house with zero-hassle.
Sometimes, bigger isn’t better. We’re incredibly proud to show off the very first ROG NUC, a super-compact 2.5L gaming machine. Despite its small size, the ROG NUC boasts a stunning array of gaming-first hardware. With up to an Intel Core Ultra 9 CPU and an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop GPU, you’ll have outsized performance ready for any game in your library.
ROG Phone 8
CES 2024 also heralds the arrival of the ROG Phone 8, which pairs incredibly well with the all-new ROG Tessen mobile controller. The Tessen folds in half for incredible portability and expands when paired with your smartphone to provide an ergonomic controller, wherever you are. Get ready for a competitive advantage in your favorite mobile game, especially when paired with the supremely powerful ROG Phone 8.
Learn more about all our CES 2024 announcements
We’ve unveiled a ton of new products at CES 2024, these photos are just a quick snapshot. To get the complete picture of ASUS and ROG’s new tech, click here.