ASUS,Lenovo,LG and others open laptops with Nvidia G-Sync and FreeSync support

The next time you’re on the go, you might want to check out these gaming laptops with FreeSync and Nvidia G -Sync support.

According to an announcement by Nvidia on Thursday, a few dozen of the company’s latest gaming laptops have been unveiled at the Nvidia Computex 2016 expo, including the Acer Predator ZR 15 and the Lenovo K550.

The laptops come with a variety of displays including the G-SYNC panels, the first FreeSync-enabled laptops.

As you can see, Nvidia is still using the GSYNC display technology for the G1, G2 and G3 gaming notebooks.

This means that the monitors support the GSync technology.

The display itself will support G-sync technology as well.

If you’re interested in the laptops, Nvidia also announced a new gaming laptop called the Razer Blade Z5.

This laptop has an IPS panel with a 144Hz refresh rate.

You can expect the Razer Z5 to be more expensive than the Razer Predator Z R 15 and ZR 17, which come with G-synchronous panels.

The Razer Blade is currently available only in the United States.

If you’re looking to buy the Acer and Lenovo gaming laptops, you can expect to pay between $799 and $999.

If that’s too much, the Asus G-ROG G1 will cost between $899 and $1,149.

The Acer Predator is coming soon to other markets.

The company is releasing a version of the Predator with Free-Sync support and Free-Type support, as well as the new G-Synchronous ZR 16 and Z R 17.