Nice, but I think I'll stick with my G73. Glad to see ASUS advancing their gaming laptops and staying at the top end for price/performance.
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These things look absolutely amazing :) But I only game on my desktop computer so I have no need for a laptop this powerful. I really like the idea that they are including a 3d capable screen and the kit to see it with the 3DE model.
I actually almost never fire up my desktop anymore draco. My G73 is powerful enough to run most new games at 1080p smoothly. It lets me sit in the living room with my girl and game while she watches TV.
Really amazing to get all that power in a laptop these days. actually a bit surprised to see the3D screens selling at these prices.
Looking to get a powerful laptop with 2 HDs. great graphics to play at 1080p smoothly is going to tun about 1500.00 ++ these days.
been looking at the other Asus laptops & as well as Maingear MSI for a powerful multimedia laptop.for work and play..
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@Infinity I can see that as being a plus. Though being a married man with a child sometimes I just need to get away and my office is the perfect place for that. Crank up the sound on my favorite games and hide away for a couple of hours. I usually just surf the internet and do college work on my laptop which thankfully is provided to me by my job otherwise I would not have a laptop for myself.
I have always wanted an ASUS laptop. To me ASUS makes the best Motherboard and as the Motherboard is the foundation on any build I have confidence in their laptops.
I also hear they make a great monitor.
ASUS please bring us laptop with external desktop-grade GPUs.
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