Interesting surface haptic.
Good price performance ratio.
Acceptable battery runtimes.
24 months of manufacturer's warranty.
Consistent fan behavior.
Builtin WiFi and optional Bluetooth capabilities.
Powered by a Core i5 processor.
Midrange ATI graphics card for games.
Excellent typing and navigating experience.
Adjacent numeric keypad.
FullHD playback support.
Great big widescreen to work on.
Simple, straightforward design.
Cheap price and solid build quality.
Surprisingly decent audio output.
Respectable battery life.
Rickety input devices.
Imprecise, sharpedged clearances.
Feeble glare panel with blue cast.
Slow hard drive.
Radeon HD8750 without turbo.
The screen resolution could be much higher on this laptop computer.
Lackluster battery life.
No ExpressCard slot.
No Gigabit Ethernet.
Missing video connections.
Offset keyboard with a too small number pad
Minimal port assortment.
Glossy plastic chassis.
Previous-generation CPU can't keep up with newer Core i3 chips.
No eSATA ports.
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