Acronym Unveils Mind-Blowing Computer Collaboration with Asus

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How do you critique functional art? Do you base your assessment on its capability or the resolution at which it solves a problem? Is it more important that it succeeds as art? Or is it the overall statement of purpose that matters, balance between form and function be damned? Not questions I expected to grapple with while reviewing a hybrid tablet, well, ever to be honest. But here we are.

The design studio and clothing manufacturer Acronym has collaborated with Asus to produce another device in a co-branded line of computers. This one, the mouthfeel rich ROG FLOW Z13-ACRNM RMT02 is the second of its ‘reality modeling tool’ series. Asus has a history of eye-catching stunt machines, but the Acronym series (the last one was a straight laptop) is the most interesting to me, a student and collector of Acronym products.

Acronym and Asus Collaborate to Create a Unique Hybrid Tablet

The design studio and clothing manufacturer Acronym has teamed up with Asus to produce a one-of-a-kind hybrid tablet called the ROG FLOW Z13-ACRNM RMT02. This collaboration is part of a co-branded line of computers, and it is the second device in Acronym’s ‘reality modeling tool’ series. Acronym is known for creating functional garments using high-quality materials like GORE-TEX and encapsulated nylon, and their collaboration with Asus brings the same level of functionality and unique design to the world of technology.

The design of the ROG FLOW Z13-ACRNM RMT02 reflects Acronym’s brand aesthetic, which focuses on blending form and function. The tablet features a brutalist, industrial design with a black monolith display and a machined metal back and frame. The case is adorned with iconography and typography designed by David Rudnick, giving it a distinct and recognizable look. This attention to detail and unique design elements make the tablet stand out from other devices on the market.

While the performance of the ROG FLOW Z13-ACRNM RMT02 is impressive, with a GeForce RTX 4070 laptop GPU and a 13th Gen Intel Core i9, it is clear that this device is not aimed at the average consumer. It is more suited for collectors or those who appreciate the unique blend of fashion and technology that Acronym embodies. The tablet has a solid 165Hz refresh rate and all the necessary features of a high-end computer, making it a top-tier device in its form factor.

One notable feature of the RMT02 is its exoskeleton, which includes four clip attachment points for a sling that allows users to carry the tablet over their shoulder. This sling can also be integrated with Acronym’s Interops jacket system, providing protection from the rain. The tablet can also be clipped in at four points, allowing users to compute while standing up. These functional design elements may not be used frequently, but they add to the overall uniqueness and versatility of the device.

In conclusion, the Acronym and Asus collaboration has resulted in the creation of a truly unique hybrid tablet, the ROG FLOW Z13-ACRNM RMT02. With its blend of fashion and technology, this device stands out from the crowd. While it may not be suitable for everyone, collectors and those who appreciate functional art will find it to be a valuable addition to their collection. The tablet’s impressive performance, attention to detail, and functional design elements make it a top-tier device in its category.


  • Acronym and Asus have collaborated to create a unique hybrid tablet, the ROG FLOW Z13-ACRNM RMT02.
  • Acronym’s focus on blending form and function is evident in the tablet’s design, with its industrial aesthetic and attention to detail.
  • The tablet offers impressive performance, making it a top-tier device in its form factor.
  • Functional design elements, such as an exoskeleton with clip attachment points, add to the tablet’s versatility.
  • The ROG FLOW Z13-ACRNM RMT02 is a valuable addition to the collection of collectors and those who appreciate functional art.
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