ASUS today announced in China the newest member of the notebook family of its TUF line, the Flying Fortress 8. Very similar to the FX505 present in the rest of the world, the launch brings balanced specifications with a relatively low price, being a good option for players.
The Flying Fortress 8 comes equipped with a 15.6 “Full HD display and 144Hz refresh rate, Core i5 10300H or Core i7 10750H processors, GeForce GTX 1650, 1650Ti or 1660Ti graphics chips, 8GB or 16GB of RAM and SSD storage 512GB, both memories can be replaced with higher options.
There is also MIL-STD 810 H resistance military certification, RGB keyboard with 1.8mm keys, RJ-45 connection, HDMI 2.0b, two USB-A 3.2 Gen2 ports, one USB-A 2.0 port and one USB-C port 3.2 Gen 2. The new model is already in pre-order, with the simplest version bringing GTX 1650 costing 5,899 yuan (or about R $ 4,836). Official sales start on May 18th.
It is worth remembering that the company launched last week the second beta of Android 10 for its Zenfone Max Pro M1, which brings security package for the month of April. We also had the launch of the “new” Zenfone Max M3, which reuses many of the Max M2’s specifications, bringing only more RAM and storage.