Asus has gone all in with AMD for their high end gaming notebooks and is proving to be a excellent range, the G15 though sits in a weird spot while it is marketed under the ROG brand it doesn't have many visible markings and no "gamer" styling, In fact id be pretty happy to use this in a professional setting.
Unfortunately the lack of gaming feel also extends to its performance its also the least capable of the new line up with the max-q gpu setup which is understandable given the chassis design but still feels bad lower end models can beat this by a nice margin, It's not slow per say giving desktop 1080ti speeds when when it bares the 3080 name it takes some of the shine off.
In contrast the 5900hs cpu is a monster, in synthetic gaming benchmarks its nipping at the heals of my desktop 9900k stock you really couldn't want for more.
The build of the laptop continues the styling of Asus' popular AMD G14, it looks and feels premium with a really solid design, no creaking with very little flex.
The 1440p is a welcome addition for work as give lots a space to work with, out of the box feels a little saturated but provide nice level of clarity.
The speakers are decent but feel oddly muddled in some cases, I think this is due to the upwards facing tweeters and downward facing mid/bass drivers.
Its not without its minor niggles however that stop it from being a really great machine, I have a weird trackpad issue where the click/tap in the lower right for left click registers in weird place and activates the win key for no reason sometimes. The keyboard backlight also bleeds to much between some keys so if you look at it at a low angle its might brighter than the key itself and is distracting.
The usb-c ports which are connected to the GPU dont offer 4k 60hz output but the main hdmi out which is connected to the igpu does, meaning plugging this into a TV for some gaming has some compromise in the performance.
All in all a good package but not quite perfect