Conclusion: The Asus G73JH-BST7 laptop has the hardware where it counts, and packages it all in a design that was clearly created with the serious gamer in mind. For the price, it's a powerful machine.
Pros: Great hardware. Thoughtful features. A design that will stop opponents cold.
Cons: No Blu-ray. 1,920 by 1,080 resolution not available.
Summary: The Asus G73Jh-A1 offers good performance for a gaming notebook and has a price that given its performance isn't out of line. If you want a unique gaming notebook, the Asus G73Jh-A1 is certainly worth a look.
Summary: But if you enjoy overclocking and updating your video BIOS and drivers, the ASUS G73JH is an awesome system that offers superb gameplay. The ASUS G73JH utilizes an AMD Mobility Radeon HD 5870 graphics card with 1GB of GDDR5. This video card offers smooth gameplay even at maxed out settings.
Summary: However, if you're on a budget, you can't go wrong with the G73JH-BST7 for the price. The ASUS G73JH-BST7 is loaded with features that gamers want. For starters, this gaming laptop comes equipped with an Intel Core i7-740QM processor.
Conclusion: Available for just under £1,650, ASUS's G73JH notebook isn't cheap, but you do get a lot of bang for your buck. The ability to run the latest games with little sacrifices in image quality is a huge boon, and ASUS's Republic of Gamers bundle - which includes a gaming mouse, a SteelSeries Siberia...
Review Update Asus G73JH (i7-720QM, FHD TFT) Notebook
22 May 2010
Conclusion: Both G73JH alternatives with an Intel Core i5-520M, respectively i7-720QM are very similar in the core competency that is the performance in current games. The single application or game ultimately decides if you can sooner benefit from the multi-core architecture or from a slightly higher core...
Pros: Attractive design, Matt surfaces, Good workmanship, Low soundscape, Low temperature development, Excellent image contrast, Large touchpad, Keyboard light, Good application performance, Excellent gaming performance, Convincing sound, As before, the excellent cooling concept by Asus, which manages ...
Cons: No eSATA, Firewire or ExpressCard, Reflective display with moderate brightness, Spongy keyboard, A FullHD display is a good approach to start with, the great given contrast is convincing. But a few more candelas of brightness wouldn't have hurt the screen.
Summary: While it doesn't have as many bells and whistles as the Alienware M17x, the ASUS G73Jh-A2 delivers tremendous power--and good looks to match--for much, much less. It's a great choice for gamers and multimedia mavens who demand more muscle than a traditional desktop replacement and an aesthetic...
Summary: The G73Jh is the latest laptop from gaming specialists ASUS. This, along with its price tag of around $1700, brings with it a certain expectation of powerful performance, and at first glance the G73Jh is one of the most advanced gaming laptops out there.