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Lately, I have been searching Asus laptop and for some reason I am starting to like it more than any other Laptop's Brand.
What is Asus's Laptop good at?
I am not quite knowledge about Asus and their series.
Anyone mind to explain it to me, lol?

I am not getting any laptop for now.
    
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..not as good as a desktop biggrin.gif
 
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..not as good as a desktop biggrin.gif
isnt that a given though?
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I have had my ASUS laptop for almost 4 years now. It has been a great little machine. Laptops by nature are hot, but the cooling in mine is pretty decent. The cooling components are all copper and so far the little guy is going strong. It's getting a bit old, but worth every penny.
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Asus is pretty good.

They make some rather solid stuff at really good prices; and though some of their entry level units are seriously no-frills laptops; they always do the job.

Granted, it might not be as solid as a Thinkpad with regards to its outer shell, but even after the bits of trim and stuff fall off over the years, the hardware itself will continue to live and last a lifetime.
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I had the g53 for a while. I loved that laptop until my brother snapped the power coupling inside and blew it up in the process lol.

Other than that I never had a problem with it, however some tech repair peeps I know say they are quite a hand full to repair, ive no experience with that myself though.
    
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The product is good. If you're looking to buy a machine I'd go no less than the G55 (15") or G75 (17") laptops. The others are nicely made but these happen to have a bit better cooling and better component placement.
   
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I felt the same:rolleyes:, bought a few:mad:, returned a few & still looking but elsewhere:o. Their touchpads reminded me of driving on black ice in Michigan, takes off with a mind of it's own taking files & folds with it. %-0

Ask bubba google & add "problems" after the model number should take you to pages on forums & owners lounge. No idea how they make quality components & unrelaible laptops? Maybe they license their name to a dfferent latop company? Websites are now posting limited return policy. Also, ASUS US warrantee reduced to 1 year compared to other countries.

With that understanding, as you know, ASUS makes great centerfold:thumb: eye candy, their new matt screen looks great in stores if it boots, 2 drive bays, etc. People seem to have better luck with smaller screens, I bought the 17" G73 & 74. AM I expecting too much looking for a reliabe quality laptop vs gambling for luck??
Does gaming = gambling in texting language?

I'm still looking so please post comments about what you get..
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i have the g75 and its grate playes games nice and runs cool.thumb.gif
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I felt the same, rolleyes.gif bought a few, mad.gif returned a few & still looking but elsewhere. redface.gif Their touchpads reminded me of driving on black ice in Michigan, takes off with a mind of it's own taking files & folders with it. %-0

Ask bubba google & add "problems" after the model number should take you to pages on forums & owners lounge. No idea how they make quality components & unrelaible laptops? Maybe they license their name to a dfferent latop company? Websites are now posting limited return policy. Also, ASUS US warrantee reduced to 1 year compared to other countries.

With that understanding, as you know, ASUS makes great centerfold thumb.gif eye candy, their new matt screen looks great in stores if it boots, 2 drive bays, etc. People seem to have better luck with smaller screens, I bought the 17" G73 & 74. AM I expecting too much looking for a reliabe quality laptop vs gambling for luck??
Does gaming = gambling in texting language?
I'm still looking so please post comments about what you get..

In short: No.

Gaming doesn't mean Gambling when it comes to a laptop. In no way could you ever consider a laptop with a dedicated and modestly high end GPU, like my old 6970M, to be in a gambled machine. In other words, you have to KNOW what you're gonna get if you want something like that.

Also, I am having a rather hard time understanding your post, but it sounds like you just went off here-say and were disappointed. >_> Big surprise there. rolleyes.gif Research is your friend. Asus makes decent machines for a modest buy price. A 1080p screen, 2GB GTX 660M, i7, 8GB RAM, 750GB HDD, BluRay Player laptop that sells for $1,500 is phenomenal. However there are better choices out there.

Here's one: http://www.powernotebooks.com/PowerPro-R-12-17-675-MSI-1762-gaming-laptop-notebooks-sys-4819.html
   
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