Summary: Pros: ----- - Well capable machine indeed, I've played Crysis, Battlefield III, Assassin's Creed Revelation and others with no problems, I also have done some 3D rendering with quite a good performance. - Illuminated chiclet keyboard is a plus specially in poorly lit areas, some people would love having a numpad as well. - Screen is beautiful (if you're looking at the right angle!
Summary: God this was a great laptop! Glad I got it while it was still available. Though my power cord had some kinda fuse thingy and now the adapter wont worked and I dont know how to get a new one! Can anyone help?
Summary: This thing rocks. I can't put into words how happy I am with this laptop purchase. The video card was before it's time and even when newer versions came out they didnt even compare to the processing power of this system when purchased or even six months down the road. I love it. I only buy ASUS from now on. Dell on the other hand straight sucks and I hate them.
Summary: Came from a Toshiba Satellite I had bought from BestBuy. I returned that for $693.03 as this was my replacement. That had an integrated 4200 mobility and a dual core AMD Phenom II. You can't even play games on that or watch 1080p video smoothly. The screen is 1600x900 and was amazing looking but this 1920x1080 is far better. I can even play games with 60 fps if I'm not greedy with graphics. I'm in the process of switching out this CPU from a 720QM to an 820QM.
Summary: This computer is fast, no doubt about it. All the heat is pushed out of a single side vent on the left side, so unless your running heavy load programs the computer stays pretty cool everywhere else. Lit keyboard is actually very useful and the power management program set to "battery save" will give u a maximum of on hour and a half battery life. Multiple screen settings(color) is kind of cool but i don't see any use.
Summary: this is by far the best gaming machine i ever had. I play Assassins Creed 2, Crysis 1 & 2 ,COD MOD WF/Black OPS , MOH 2010 , just every new game.. runs just perfect .. :) this thing heats up as obvious its a gaming machine.. you would want to buy a notebook cooler.. i have Zalman ZM-NC2000Black Notebook Cooler (Black) and it does a great job.. there is a newer version out or coming soon with 400 series nvidia graphics... look out for that one.. I love asus!
Summary: I purchased this product after reviewing many different manufacturers and models. For the price, this was the most powerful notebook available. At $1150 (after $100 rebate) the competitors were around $1600-$2000. Pros: price, very powerful, solid build, nice design. Cons: Repeated BSOD, heavy when carried with the A/C adapter, runs hot (although these are normal temperatures for this type of graphics card).
Summary: i just bought this to replace a CUSTOM GAMING laptop that cost 1600 dollars that was 4 years old. this blows that other laptop out of the water and costs 400 less it is very reliable and quick. love multitasking with mozilla, itunes, many disc drives open, bluetooth devices and other things without any delay. i upgraded to 8gb ram which was very much worth it. the camera is medium quality but i barely use it.
Summary: I really love this computer, but it seems to have a flaw in it some where. It has froze up on me six different times now. Three times while using Excel, twice while using Word and once while playing a chess game. At first I thought it was a conflict with Office 2007, but I guess I was wrong. Other than that, it is a very nice computer.