ASUS N750JV 17.3in notebook

This 4th gen Intel Core-based unit is designed to serve as a desktop replacement, for work and play

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    3.50 / 5
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    4.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
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Screen, Speed, Storage
Track pad a little iffy, Key's hard to see
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I bought this Laptop 2 days ago. So far I'm really impressed. I've not experienced any of the heat issues mention in some reviews, it's been strangely cool and quiet although I've not pushed it that hard. It is super fast though. My version came with a 256GB SSD and a 750GB. From completely off (shut down), the machine is ready to fire in less than 10 seconds and file transfers are speedy. I mainly bought this machine for video editing and jumped the fence from the MacPro due to the fact that you just get so much more bang for your buck.

Minor flaws would be the track pad is not quite as responsive as a Mac book and the key's like the review mentioned are a little hard to define in some lighting but the flaws are really just little things. The over all package, screen (Blu Ray looks mint) and power are top notch. It actually feels and looks like a Mac book with a really nice metallic finish. Over all, so far so good and recommended.

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