Flagship laptops are like supercars: fun, fast and eye-catching, but with pricing that puts them out of reach of most people and features that many of us won't ever need. The Asus ROG Zephyrus Duo is a prime example of that.
In a nutshell: Team Red unveiled a new naming scheme for laptop processors last year to reduce ambiguity and imbed more information in its CPU numbering. New documentation indicates that AMD needs more signage to ensure customers can identify the processor architecture they're purchasing.
Something to look forward to: One of the most significant drawbacks to owning a laptop is the lack of upgradability. Most allow memory or storage replacement, but getting a faster processor means buying a new laptop. Framework hopes to change the status quo with two modular offerings coming this year that will let users swap out CPUs, GPUs, and more.
Many associate the Asus ROG range with big and bold gear, but the Asus ROG Zephyrus M16 is a sleek and mature gaming laptop with top-end internals that push the envelope in terms of speed and quality.
Here's our first look at Intel's 13th-gen Raptor Lake mobile CPUs and we'll do that by thoroughly benchmarking the Core i9-13950HX, which is just about the fastest laptop chip that Intel has ever made.