Is there a reason these new laptops don't have TB3 integrated into them? The PCH now supports it natively, so it's not an add-in chip. Is saving a couple bucks on a higher end laptop really worth not having this feature?
Asus has announced the successor to the Zephyrus GX501 with the Zephyrus S GX502. The GX502 now comes with the 9th gen Core i7-9750H CPU and RTX 2060/2070 CPU options with NVIDIA Optimus support. The GX502 also features a PANTONE-validated 240 Hz FHD display, improved connectivity and audio, and is also lighter than the GX501.