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Notebook ASUS G51VX-A1

Review Notebook ASUS G51VX-A1

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Asus G51vx-a1

The ASUS G51-series is a 15.6″ gaming notebook offering dual hard drive bays, NVIDIA GTX 260M graphics, and an optional quad-core processor. To enhance the multimedia experience this notebook offers a 1080P 16:9 display, a backlit Chiclet-style keyboard, and Altec Lansing speakers. Base configurations start as low as $1,049 with a dual-core processor and a single drive, and go as high as $1,699 with the quad-core processor and dual hard drives. In this review we see how well this system performs in a number of new games, to help you decide if this is the right gaming notebook for you.

Our review unit of the ASUS G51VX-A1 features the following specifications:

Windows Vista Home Premium (SP1, 64-bit)
Intel Core 2 Quad Q9000 (2GHz, 1066MHz FSB, 6MB Cache)
Intel PM45 + ICH9M chipset
15.6″ WUXGA FHD LCD display at 1920×1080
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 260M 1GB GDDR3 memory
Intel 5100AGN Wireless
4GB DDR2-800 SDRAM (2GB x 2)
Two 320GB Seagate 7200RPM Hard Drives
DVD SuperMulti
Webcam, Altec Lansing speakers, Backpack, Razer Copperhead USB mouse
120W (19V x 6.32A) 100-240V AC Adapter
6-cell 53Wh 11.1v 4800mAh Lithium Ion battery
Dimensions (WxDxH): 14.6″ x 10.3″ x 1.3-1.6″
Weight: 7lbs 9.0oz
2-Year Global Warranty/1-Year Accidental damage
Price as configured: $1,699

The G51 is part of the Republic of Gamers lineup from ASUS, meaning it incorporates the ROG logo on the front cover and a more aggressive notebook design. The outside cover has chrome trim around the side and bottom edges, and a futuristic pattern painted onto the lid; both helping to push the overall gaming theme. The sides are black plastic, with a silver strip painted on the sides and front of the notebook. You can tell these strips were painted separately, since you can see some faint overspray near the border edges. The inside of the G51 has a more back-to-basics look with a rubberized black palmrest, black backlit keyboard, and glossy black trim around the display. I personally think the design could have been helped by using the rubberized on more surfaces around the notebook, but that might be the ThinkPad fan inside of me talking.

Build quality is above average, with sturdy plastic used throughout the notebook, but there are some areas that could see some improvement. The screen cover feels very durable, and protects the screen against any distortion from impacts to the back cover or flexing the screen side to side. The palmrest and keyboard have absolutely no flex at all, which is something you need if you are going to be playing high-stress games and occasionally taking out some of your anger on your computer. The two areas that I think ASUS could have improved are the painted silver trim pieces, which shows some overspray, and the keyboard itself. It looks like this notebook was designed with a different keyboard in mind for it, since the Chiclet-style model included is sized just slightly small for the bezel around it. It is loose enough that with some careful prying, you can pop the keyboard out of its tray. This is a small gap of about 2-3mm, but it is just enough to let the keyboard slip past the notches that secure it in place.

best new latest coolest funny top high technology gadgets Image02978352Users looking to upgrade components inside the notebook will find it very easy, thanks to a single panel giving you access to all user-replaceable components. The only “warranty void if removed” sticker is covering one of the screws used to tension the processor heatsink, meaning that if you want to change out the processor or graphics card you will be forfeiting your 2-year warranty. Given the configuration of this notebook, I only see users really looking to swap out the RAM for larger modules or the hard drives for SSDs. is a gadgets review with figures, graphics, photos, images, videos, something like that. blog with commets of webmaster. The contents are uploaded by visitors or webmaster. All of the content on this blog (including figures, graphics, photos, images, video recordings, and such.) is covered under Canadian, US and international copyright and trademark laws. The information contained in this blog is for general information purposes only. These pictures, graphics, photographs, images, video recordings, something else. have been collected from various public sources including different web sites (blogs, etc.), considering to be in public domain. Certain other content, pictures, graphics, photos, images, videos, something else. published on are protected by copyright and are the property of their respective owners. retains no copyright to pics, graphics, photos, images, videos, etcetera on this site. We have no representations or warranties of any kind, express or implied, about the completeness, accuracy, reliability, suitability or availability with respect to the blog or the data. If you find any content, figures, graphics, photos, images, videos, and so on that you believe shouldn’t be here, mail me a del message.

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