Hands On: Asus ROG G20 – A smaller behemoth
The other compromise made by the ROG G20's compact stature is that upgrading it down the line will be a bit of a challenge. Opening up the ROG G20 isn't quite as easy as a standard desktop PC and neither is swapping out components. A RAM upgrade is still simply enough, but changing the graphics card could easily take over an hour.
Aesthetically, the ROG G20 certainly isn't subtle, but it's a little more refined than competing gaming PCs. The bright red colour scheme, Kubrick-esque design and customisable lighting means clearly marks the ROG G20 as a gaming rig, but it hasn't been overdone; it's loud, but not obnoxious.