ASUS N61Vn entertainment notebook

ASUS' entertainment notebook is fast and feature-packed, but also power hungry

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  • Expert Rating

    3.75 / 5
  • User Rating

    4.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
  • Price

    $ 1,999.00 (AUD)

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saade gibran melki



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I have just purchased the Asus n61vn. It does everything you would need and want a laptop to do. The user friendly touch pad with the one, two and three finger functions is definitely something I haven't seen before (except in Apple Macs.....whatever) and this will catch on with other laptop manufacturers. The lappy has excellent power and speed. It could do with a bit more of a slimline design but I guess it would comprimise the power it offers. Another thing is the screen resolution - just excellent, offering Blueray capability and if you are into online gaming during your study or work breaks then this is the machine for you. The price tag is a little heavy but you know what they get what you pay for and in this case it is definitely true. You do get quite a bit for your money. Go and buy one now if you need a laptop with quality part and parcel.

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