Summary: Desktop performance in a mobile form factor. I really cant say enough about this laptop. I also have a custom desktop that I personally built myself, unfortunately I built it just about a month previous to the swell of newer generation of graphics cards released.
I believe I made the right choice when I bought it
11 April 2014
Summary: I'm really happy with it, except I intend to upgrade from the 16 gigs of ram to 32 gigs. I hate the Metro interface, and have installed 'Classic Shell' I like the Graphics card. the fast start-up, the lighted keyboard, and about everything but the 'Microshaft' OS, I would prefer Linux, but have...
Summary: A absolutely beautiful machine from the moment you turn it on. Quiet fans, never shows signs of struggle multitasking beast and your games can be ran at high graphics without the fans getting loud or anything. Easy to maintain, the interior is extremely easy to get to and clean and/or add parts.
Summary: I purchased this model because it was the cheapest model that had the CPU and GPU combination I wanted. I upgraded the hard drives, optical drive, and RAM immediately. This machine is an excellent desktop replacement laptop.
Summary: I have owned this for a number of months now and I absolutely love it, everything I throw at it can be played in max settings, everything from Everquest 2 on 'extreme quality' right up to the yet-to-be-released Elder Scrolls Online, Maximum settings, maximum quality, runs sweet as.
Summary: I wasn't looking for a gaming laptop as much as I was looking for a powerful laptop with mobility to move room to room and stow away when not in use. Though I've been using gaming consoles for the last several years (due to frequent bugs and crashes often found in PC games), this laptop has me...
Summary: I've had this laptop since April 2013 and I would gladly say that I have no regrets on purchasing it. Out of the box I was a bit startled to see that it is quite lighter than what I've expected. Initial comment that I had when I powered on the laptop was that 'THEY' were right...