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Great hardware. Thoughtful features. A design that will stop opponents cold.
Cool design, Good performance
Superb performance, good value for moeny.
Bright, crisp 1080p screen, Strong performance and smooth gameplay, Runs cool, Backlit keyboard and huge touchpad, Very good audio quality
Big screen delivers good color, Blazing specs push the latest apps.
Excellent performance; nicely configured for its cost.
Startlingly strong components, graphics prowess for the price; cool "stealth" design; beautiful LCD; roomy keyboard, touch pad; terabyte of storage
Extremely Fast Processor, High Performance Direct X 11 Compatible Graphics, Double The Memory Of Most 17inch Laptops
No Blu-ray. 1,920 by 1,080 resolution not available.
Small right shift key
Keyboard feels smallish, lacks discrete buttons for media controls, port assortment is basic, doesn’t come with bundled Bluray playback software.
Short battery life, No eSATA or USB 3.0 ports
Battery life is slightly too short, Lacks Bluray drive.
Small keyboard, lacks discrete controls for media, just basic ports.
Smallish keyboard for the laptop's size; no discrete media controls; massive power supply; basic port assortment.
Short battery life; huge power brick; subpar speakers
Very Large, Limited Battery Life, Lacking Some Peripheral Ports
By PC Mag on October 13, 2010
The Asus G73JH-BST7 laptop has the hardware where it counts, and packages it all in a design that was clearly created with the serious gamer in mind. For the price, it's a powerful machine....
By Ocaholic on August 23, 2010
General +-Alltogether the G73JH is a good gaming notbook which is able to convince with very good performance and an excellent display. Unfortunately with our testsample we encountered an overheating issue. When we've played Call of Duty Modern...
By I4U on August 17, 2010
The Asus G73Jh-A1 offers good performance for a gaming notebook and has a price that given its performance isn't out of line. If you want a unique gaming notebook, the Asus G73Jh-A1 is certainly worth a look. More Like This More I4U Gadget Reviews...
By HEXUS.net on July 28, 2010
Available for just under £1,650, ASUS's G73JH notebook isn't cheap, but you do get a lot of bang for your buck. The ability to run the latest games with little sacrifices in image quality is a huge boon, and ASUS's Republic of Gamers...
By Expert Reviews on July 26, 2010
Desktop-level performance and a great Full HD screen make the G73Jh one of the first truly desirable gaming laptops, but it's pricey and the keyboard's build quality is questionable...
By Atomic MPC on July 21, 2010
Very nice performance, old drivers hold it...
By Trusted Reviews on June 12, 2010
As was noted in our review of the , gaming laptops tend to be about compromise. While processors, memory and storage can all be within comfortable touching distance of desktop equivalents, this is not true for the single most important element...
By AnandTech on June 01, 2010
ASUS has made it a goal to increase their retail presence in the mobile market, with an eye on becoming one of the top brand names. There's no doubt that Dell, HP, and Acer continue to sell more laptops overall (especially if we leave out the Eee PC...
By HotHardware on June 01, 2010
Keep in mind, while looking at our benchmarks that we ran every game with every setting maxed out to see how well the G73 could handle them. Ideally, it would have ran through every test without a hiccup, but that wasn't always the case. Our...
By Good Gear Guide on May 25, 2010
The Asus G73Jh is a gaming notebook for grown-ups and professionals: its drab, no-nonsense exterior hides an ultra-powerful machine capable of running high-end applications. In other words, the gaming notebook has finally matured....
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