This AAA gaming tablet has us convinced: Asus ROG Flow Z13 with RTX 4060 reviewed.
Can you squeeze an i9-13900H and an RTX 4060 into a tablet and expect it to work well? Yes, at least in the Asus ROG Flow z13. The 13-inch tablet renders all games in Full HD on its bright QHD+ screen and is less noisy than usual gaming laptops.
What? Asus packs the hardware of a gaming laptop into a tablet? But gaming laptops already struggle with high temperatures and noisy fans. Does this work?
Yes, it does. Asus is offering a tablet with gaming hardware in the form of the ROG Flow Z13, which also renders AAA games smoothly in high details without being hotter or louder than a larger gaming laptop - quite the opposite.
Sure, some (but not all) gaming laptops outperform with the same hardware, but the difference is less than you might think. We liked the gaming tablet, so we recommend that all potentially interested readers take a look at our detailed review of the Asus ROG Flow z13. Here you can find all measurement values as well as the pros and cons of the impressive gamer. For example, how it plays in "Quiet" mode.
A C64 marked my entry into the world of PCs. I spent my student internship in the repair department of a computer shop and at the end of the day I was allowed to assemble my own 486 PC from “workshop remnants”. As a result of this, I later studied computer science at the Humboldt University in Berlin, with psychology also being added to my studies. After my first job as a research assistant at the university, I went to London for a year and worked for Sega in computer game translation quality assurance. This included working on games such as Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed and Company of Heroes. I have been writing for Notebookcheck since 2017.
Translator:Jacob Fisher - Translator - 426 articles published on Notebookcheck since 2022
Growing up in regional Australia, I first became acquainted with computers in my early teens after a broken leg from a football (soccer) match temporarily condemned me to a predominately indoor lifestyle. Soon afterwards I was building my own systems. Now I live in Germany, having moved here in 2014, where I study philosophy and anthropology. I am particularly fascinated by how computer technology has fundamentally and dramatically reshaped human culture, and how it continues to do so.