Summary: As a sub-$1000 gaming machine I have been thoroughly impressed. I can run far cry 3, bf3, crysis 3, on either high or ultra. To those of you complaining about the processor: the a10 5750m can have its clock speed locked to 3.2ghz with software called bar-edit.
Summary: Everything is nice and tight, meaning there is nothing cheap about this laptop. Has everything that a computer user and gamer could want. I installed my Blu-Ray recorder from my other laptop without a hitch, just changing the faceplate.
Summary: Got this for my wife to game on. She likes it very much. She doesn't require top of the line, but something that runs games well enough to be enjoyable. If you don't require a super computer gaming rig but want something that is much better than minimally adequate, then you can't go wrong with this...
Summary: It's great, the gx60 is known for its top of the line gpu but its very lacking cpu. But in all honesty it hasnt let me down been playing games on high and ultra settings and hitting frames per sec between 40 and 90. Of course there is always fram drops everyonce in awhile but thats normal for me.
Summary: I am partial toward AMDs because of the quality/price ratio. If one shops for a comparable Intel laptop, he/she can expect to pay almost twice the price, and I have no problems playing Skyrim or Splinter Cell Blacklist.
Summary: Big step up from standard laptops. Will keep up with the most demanding games with an excellent graphics card, processor and screen. Well built and a great addition for all you gamers out there.
Summary: I absolutely love this laptop. I'm a big gamer and a Web Developer so I wanted something with enough portable that I can take it to work, friends, and out of town when I need to work remotely but still have the power of a desktop. This definitely fits the criteria.