ASUS Reveals the ROG XG Station 2 External Graphics Dock

Written by Contributor

March 8, 2017

ASUS is proud to announce the ROG XG Station 2. It is an external graphics-card dock that turns a Thunderbolt™ 3-enabled laptop into a gaming powerhouse-whether for VR or for triple-A games-by increasing its graphics performance up to more than ten times (10X). An internal 600W 80PLUS Gold power supply supports the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX and AMD Radeon™ graphics cards. The Aura RGB lighting can be synchronized with compatible ROG Strix graphics cards so gamers can express their personal style. ROG XG Station 2 is easy to connect and can be unplugged without restarting the laptop, and it includes four USB 3.0 ports and a gigabit LAN socket for extended gear connectivity and convenience.

 

SPECIFICATIONS

ROG XG STATION 2
Color description Matte Black
Connection to PC Thunderbolt 3
Ethernet connection Gigabit Lan 10/100/1000 Mbps
Input / Output 4x USB 3.0 port
Additional USB 1x USB 3.0 Type-B
RGB Lightning Control ASUS ROG AURA supported
Power Supply 600W 80 Plus Gold Power Supply
Dimension Length: 456mm

Width: 158mm

Height: 278mm

Weight 5.1KG
Graphics Card Support NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 9/10 and future series

AMD Radeon R9/RX and future series

Internal Graphics Slot Specification    Provides support for a single full length, 2.5 slot,

PCI-Express x16 graphics card

1x PCI-Express x16 (electrical spec: x16)

Graphics output Defined by the graphics card installed
Accessories 1x USB 3.0 Type-B cable

1x Thunderbolt 3 Type-C cable

1x Power cord

Important Product Information guide

Compatible Models ROG G701VI

ROG GL502VM

ROG GL702VM

Transformer Book T303

Transformer Book T305CA

*More models to be included.

 

The ROG XG Station 2 has a suggested retail price of P29,000.00, and will be available March 2017.

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