Since ACRONYM's conception, founder Errolson Hugh has been doing everything in his power to not only position the brand as a leader in the technical apparel space but tirelessly expand its universe through collaborations that, at times, come left of field.

While unconventional, it's a strategy that has demanded success. As such, ACRONYM is seen as a pioneer afforded rare opportunities to diversify its offering.

ACRONYM is, once again, exerting itself within the tech space, reconnecting with Republic of Gamers for a sequel launch in their ongoing collaborative venture.

Arriving in the form of a gaming tablet, the product has been designed and curated through the lens of ACRONYM's unique hyper-functional worldview while playing into the high-performance needs of gamers.

From a purely technical aspect, the results are stunning; the ROG FLOW Z13-ACRNM RMT02 features an Intel Core i9-13900H processor, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 4070 Laptop GPU, a MUX Switch and Nvidia Advanced Optimus, and a total thermal capacity of 80W.

Additionally, Republic of Gamers' Intelligent Cooling system adds a vapor chamber with 50% mainboard coverage, while liquid metal and arc flow fans ensure 0db ambient cooling. In short, this product is a highly optimized, performance-driven device that takes no shortcuts.

Now that the tech is out of the way, how does it look?

Ensuring the device lives and breathes the same universe that's so ingrained in the ACRONYM DNA, the device boasts design details that encourage portability and real-world use.

This presents itself through an intricate, custom-machined aluminum that's hard-wearing and rigid, possessing an industrial finish. Importantly, the device features an integrated, strapped carry system with rubber holds and reinforced corners for maximum grip and protection in all orientations and environments.

ACRONYM and Republic of Gamers' FLOW Z13-ACRNM RMT02 will be available to purchase worldwide from April 3.

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