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Old 10th June 2010, 22:59   #1
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Default Asus G51J Core i7-720QM GTX 260M Notebook Review

Notebooks, we see them everyday. At home, at your work, on the bus,... you name it. These portable PCs are considered common now. Notebooks have gone a long way, not solely being designed anymore for the businessman. Asus is targeting the multimedia/gaming enthusiast with this G51J 3D version. Not being an avid fan of gaming portables, I might be in for a nice surprise. Without spilling any more words, let us have a look at this Asus 3D Notebook creation.

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I have myself an ASUS X55SV, bought two years ago and still going strong. It needs proper cleaning though, once in a while, but it can be done easily on the bottom, because I have full access to the blower.

The problem I have seen with the newer high performance laptops from ASUS at least is that even if they are using two blowers and cooling is much better than before, it is a pain to clean them up, because we have access to them only after removing the keyboard . A good example would be the ASUS G Series G73JH-A1(2,3) : http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16834220704

Here is a bit of the disassembly nightmare: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Tp90M_N6dzs

This reviewed model does not seem to have this problem, which is good.

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