ASUSTeK Computer Inc. is a multinational hardware, electronics and robotics corporation2 headquartered in Taipei, Taiwan (Republic of China) in the Beitou District. Its products include the production of motherboards (motherboards), graphics cards, optical devices, multimedia products, peripherals, laptops, netbooks, desktops, servers, workstations, tablets, mobile phones, network equipment, monitors, projectors , and computer cooling solutions. The company is also an OEM manufacturer that produces components for other companies, including: Sony (PlayStation 3), Apple Computer (iPod, iPod Shuffle, iphone, MacBook), Dell, Alienware, Falcon Northwest, HP, Nvidia, Acer, Xbox 360, Xbox One and Compaq. ASUS is commonly pronounced with English phonetics as "ei-sus", it is the fourth largest PC provider in 2015.3 Asus appears in Rankings as BusinessWeek, "InfoTech 100" and "Asia's Top 10 IT Companies", and ranked first in the IT Hardware category of the "Top 10 Global Brands" survey in Taiwan with a total brand value of 1300 million dollars.4 Its shares have a primary listing on the Taiwan Stock Exchange under the ticker code 23575 and a secondary listing on the London Stock Exchange under an ASKD code. Among its main competitors is Apple, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Acer, MSI, etc.The ASUS Republic of Gamers division was created in 2006 to meet the needs of gamers and enthusiastic users who wanted more competitive hardware. Since its creation, ROG has positioned itself as a brand known for the quality of its products and the results obtained in overclocking competitions such as QuakeCon, BlizzCon and Dreamhack. In the last 5 years, numerous world records have been broken with ROG hardware, and the media has recognized the brand with more than 1200 international awards. True to the maxim "the winners option", the ROG catalog includes motherboards, graphics, laptops, desktops, mice and audio solutions designed to give gamers and enthusiasts a competitive advantage in their games,The ROG logo The first version of the ROG logo was a cube-shaped G that highlighted the depth and the many facets of the games. In 2008 and on the occasion of the launch of the Rampage II Extreme motherboard, the logo became the current mask, which today includes a motif in red.