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Pros: -i5 is a beast
-dedicated graphics card
-750GB hard drive
-Runs videogames I did not expect.
-I like how the keyboard feels myself, it is small but it has a nice push resistance.
Cons: -Not 1080 resolution, which is strange in this price range
-comes with windows 8
-Usb 3.0 drivers only sometimes work. (maybe from downgrade to win 7)
Other Thoughts: I tried to use windows 8 for about a week, but this is not a touchscreen so I switched to windows 7. Unfortunately windows 7 didn't install any drivers automatically. not even Wifi or Ethernet drivers and I had to use Linux to get them, wasn't too bad but still a pain.
Ran every game I have so far. Source engine games are a breeze. League of legends runs perfectly and so does Splinter Cell Blacklist, surprisingly.
Its a good little laptop for $700, I bought it for college and has served me very well so far. It does everything that I want it too besides a few USB 3.0 hiccups.
Pros: -Im "cool" now, i guess.
Cons: -Unbearable balance. took way too much work on a EQ to make them sound decent
-Give the same sound quality as my 30 dollar gaming headset.
-most uncomfortable headset i've ever owned, granted they may never break, but they don't have any give to fit my head.
Other Thoughts: they have an awful fit, sound like a cheap pair of gaming phones. but i mean, they're cool I guess. I've had better audio quality out of earbuds...READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: -bought it for $80.
-comes with a HDD bracket that looks nice.
Other Thoughts: You have to be careful when you first attach the drive to the bracket because you can attach it the wrong way so the cords hand on the connectors and could break off.READ FULL REVIEW
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