nice! and that is a pretty reasonable price... although id rather it have an i7 and base processor speeds of 3.0 Mhz with a 3.5 turbo :)
That price is awesome for the performance you are getting. I'd rather pay a little more to get a better quality screen resolution though. Sandy Bridge is taking over!
Now you're just mashing it!
You might want to change the "Higher score = better performance" label on your LAME graph.
The new G73 just came out, any chance you guys can get one for a review?
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Windows 7 Ultimate x64 RTM????
I have no idea what the OS listed is.
Windows 7 RTM was version 6.1 build 7600.16385
RTM = Release to Manufacturers.... essentially, its OEM
I'll be honest here.... i know many people *** about these things, but
he Asus K53E actually lasted 3 hours and 54 minutes under this more realistic workload.
This is fantastic!!!
Got it, SBorten, thanks!
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Funny you should ask, Infinity! I'm shooting that one on video tomorrow and sending it off to an editor for testing. :)
SmogHog, I deleted that wording so you won't be confused. :) It's Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit, plain and simple.
Woot! I'll be watching. I have the original G73 (with the 5870m) and it was by far the best gaming laptop for the money.
That is a very nice price point. Looks great too.
This is a very nice looking notebook for a decent price. I'd love to own it.
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More and more Asus is the contender to beat when in the realm of laptops,
I think it's priced right with the overall performance and power saving you are getting .but what I like the most of the review was your comments regarding the keyboard & its size and able to take a bit of key thumpin' that alone make me want to get my hands one .Having become accustomed to using a backlit keyboard that is going to be a must for me. the Asus G73 has it & would use a mouse anyhow.
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One question from me on this specific unit is why did they use the graphic capabilities they did instead of 1920x1080 or even somewhere between what they did use. I mean 1366 x 768 is 720p instead of 1080p why would they need to or choose to use 720p?
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