Asus 17.3" Full HD Core i7 Gaming Laptop

**Item: **Asus 17.3" Full HD Core i7 Gaming Laptop
Price: $999.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Condition: New

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OH COME ON, THE FIRST BOC I’M READY FOR…

I felt the blank coming… and I F5’d away anyway. :stuck_out_tongue:

Welp. Time to go home. Good luck everyone.

http://nooooooooooooooo.com/

Still 49 more of these to go. Buy this crap please. It is not like you would care about the longer battery life and energy efficiency that haswell brings in a behemoth gaming laptop. Just buy this one and skip haswell.

Pros: you can brag about being PC master race

Cons: windows 8

Verdict: buy so we can move on

You will save $165!!! Compared at $1170 on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B009M2XB3U

So it was 98% when I last checked and now it is 45. Being lazy, I used wolfram alpha to calculate the LCM… Could it be that they’re trying to move over four thousand if these today?

Maybe if they lowered the price a bit since it is a “Woot Off” these would move a bit quicker… it’s been $999 over and over

I have the laptop that is the generation before this (G74SX), and I get about 3.5 hours on battery life, no joke.

Also gaming is AMAZING on it, seriously blew my expectations away. I imagine this one is even better.

Whoever gets these will not be disappointed. Windows 8 also FLYS on it, and I noticed a huge boost in stability and performance when I installed it.

No SSD on a gaming laptop? fail.

sorry. this may be able to play games, but for $1K, I want a $100 at cost ssd instead of a 750gb hdd.

There are two hard drive bays, feel free to pop one in.

I bought one 14 months ago and then found out the battery life was 2-3 hours max. This doesn’t have the SSD which is becoming more and more standard on high end laptops. I now have an Asus Ultrabook with a 256 Gb SSD and wouldn’t trade it for the world. It’s a great brand, this just isn’t a very efficient system unless you need something to do gaming in bed.

Putting a SSD in, except at an overpriced authorized dealer, voids the warranty

The cost is prohibitive, why not just buy a good laptop that already has a SSD?

Asus doesn’t care about hardware upgrades like RAM, HDD, and ODD stuff. I’ve dealt with their support multiple times. This laptop is actually DESIGNED to be upgraded, there are 4 RAM slots and dual HDD bays in it specifically for that purpose, lol.

:slight_smile:

/squee

I don’t know anything about the laptop, but here’s a cat in a shark suit riding a roomba while it’s owner shucks corn.

[youtube=tLt5rBfNucc][/youtube]

Drat. I thought I was going to get one. I even found it.

Small victories, I guess.