Over in Fremont, California, a delegation from Taipei-based ASUS just finished sweeping up this year’s Good Design Awards venue. The 2020 edition of the established technology industry ceremony saw ASUS pick up not one, not even 14, but 15 honors in total.

As far as the Taiwanese computer giant is concerned, this is its best GDA haul to date. A major chunk of the merits for this achievement goes to ASUS’s Republig of Gamers subbrand, more commonly referred to as ROG.

As the said gamer-dedicated unit accounted for a third of the new additions to the conglomerate’s trophy cabinet. That push was led by several new products from the ROG Zephyrus series of electronics poetically named afer the ancient Greek god of west wind.

Other than that, ASUS managed to win recognitions with three ZenBook lineups of notebook spanning five models in total, its flagship ProArt StudioBook One and the functionally related ExpertBook B9450.

The company’s product design expertise was also svknowledged in the mobile segment with honors to its newly released ZenFone 7 family of Android-powered flagships fueled by Qualcomm’s best-ever chipset in the Snapdragon 865 Plus 5G.

All of these newly acclaimed products will be available for purchase in the U.S. by early November, with some already hitting stateside retail channels in the last several days.

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