Asus W90Vp 18.4" Gaming Notebook

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News Posted: Mon, Apr 13 2009 11:38 AM

As of late, much of the spotlight on Asus products has focused on the company's diminutive Eee PC netbook line. With a near constant stream of new models to fit nearly any possible set of requirements, it's easy to see why the Eee brand has become Asus' most recognizable. That said, the company's mobile product offerings are definitely about more than just 8- to 10-inch machines, and that's clearly evidenced by the Asus-branded rig that we're looking at today, the W90Vp.

The W90Vp pulls no punches, makes no excuses, apologies or attempts whatsoever to be something it's not. We've always heard that judging a book by its cover (or a notebook by its lid) was a bad idea, but we can tell you right now -- the W90Vp is exactly what you think it is. Big, beastly, brawny and not for the weak of heart. Come on by and check it out...

Asus W90Vp 18.4" Gaming Notebook



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3vi1 replied on Mon, Apr 13 2009 8:18 PM

A powerful system to be sure... but why would anyone in their right mind buy this thing at that price when they can buy two systems (a more powerful desktop, and a cheap laptop) for less?

I *really* like Asus products, but the usefulness of this whole "expensive laptops with battery life, weight, and heat issues so great they might as well be desktops"  segment is beyond me.

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Super Dave replied on Mon, Apr 13 2009 11:27 PM

3vi1:

A powerful system to be sure... but why would anyone in their right mind buy this thing at that price when they can buy two systems (a more powerful desktop, and a cheap laptop) for less?

^I whole-heartedly agree.

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yoda8232 replied on Wed, Apr 15 2009 12:25 AM

Looks like a best, really heavy though.


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The main problem in this kinds of the notebooks is the price and the heat control unlike the desktops.

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