'Acceptable noise level, Good sound'
'Excellent performance and graphics, Comfortable keyboard with strong feedback'
'Poor build quality, Unresponsive keyboard'
'Affordable Price, Strong General and 3D Performance'
'Provide solid performance, Numeric pad'
'Very thin case, USB 3.0, Low consumption'
'Good everyday performance, Can handle mainstream games'
'Poor display quality, Fan whine'
'Large Hard Drive For Price Point'
'Best under $400'
'Solid performance and graphics for price'
'Inexpensive price, Comfortable keyboard'
'Powerful Core i7 processor'
'Faster Core i5 Processor'
'The touchpad sometimes seems unresponsive or insensitive.'
'slim form factor'
'breathtaking thin and lightweight design'
'Fast Core i3 processor.'
'Solid Performance From Updated Core i3 Processor.'
'New games should run on these cards, but only with low details and mediocre resolution. '
'latest connectivity technology'
'no blue-tooth, and poor battery life'
'Lightest in its class.'
'lackluster build quality'
'Poor battery life, even for a desktop replacement.'
'top budget notebook pick'
'No keyboard backlight.'
'It was unable to run FutureMark's PCMark Vantage benchmark test.'
'The power button and QuickPlay launch key are discrete controls that are visible at all times.'
'decent general performance desktop replacement'
'Integrated Blu-ray • Good battery life • Great keyboard and touchpad.'
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