ASUS ROG Partners With ACRONYM For ROG Flow Z13-ACRNM RMT02 Tablet - IMBOLDN
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ASUS ROG Partners With ACRONYM For ROG Flow Z13-ACRNM RMT02 Tablet

This truly unique machine is built for gamers, producers, and content creators.

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$ 2,500

ROG and renowned technical apparel firm ACRONYM first collaborated in 2020 to design a special edition version of the Zephyrus G14. Now, the two brands have joined forces again to leverage their design expertise for an all-new project:  the ASUS ROG Flow Z13-ACRNM RMT02. ROG says they designed the RMT02 for ultimate versatility, with a custom CNC-milled aluminum chassis giving its new frame rigidity as a carrying method for the device. The flattened metal ensures its aluminum alloy 6063 shines through and is anodized, preventing corrosion and oxidation.

What’s more, the ROG Flow Z13-ACRNM RMT02 provides rubber holds along the rear, giving the user grip regardless of the tablet’s orientation. And rubber corners keep it safe from bumping or dropping it. The RMT02 also boasts a standalone detachable keyboard and ACRONYM’s custom, stylized alphabet and keys.

Errolson Hugh, a cofounder of ACRONYM, says the idea was to reimagine how users interact with the world, and the machine, to create a new way of doing things. ACRONYM’s strap design reflects this goal with a multi-functional strap that attaches to four mounting points, making the RMT02 hands-free. Users can count on the kickstand in portrait orientation, making it hands-free regardless of angle.

Kitted with the latest Intel Core i9-13900H processor, this machine has flagship power whether you’re using it for work or play. For the first time ever, ROG also fitted the RMT02 with an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop GPU, a high-end graphics chip that truly makes this the best gaming tablet yet built. Not only that but this tablet comes installed with 32GB of 5200MHz LPDDR5 RAM. Plus, it features a 1TB PCIe Gen 4 NVMe SSD. The ASUS ROG Flow Z13-ACRNM RMT02 Tablet runs Windows 11 Pro by default, supports Microsoft Windows Hello, has a stylus and a full array of accessories (accessory bag, keyboard strap, main strap and detachable keyboard), and runs $2,500.

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