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ASUS A55A-AH51-WT 15.6-Inch LED Laptop (White)

ASUS A55A-AH51-WT 15.6-Inch LED Laptop (White)

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  • Intel Core i5-3210M 2.5 GHz Processor
  • 4 GB DDR3
  • 750 GB 5400 rpm Hard Drive
  • 15.6-Inch LED Screen
  • Windows 8

A55A-AH51-WT, White, 15.6″ HD (1366*768), Intel Core i5-3210M (2.5GHz), 4GB DDR3, Intel GMA HD, 750GB 5400RPM, DL DVD±RW/CD-RW, W8 Home Premium (64bit), 802.11BGN, 0.3M Pixel, 1YR Global/1YR Accidental Damage/30-Day Zero Bright Dot/2-way FREE shipping/24-7 tech support

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List Price: $ 689.99

Price: $ 529.99

Laptop Travel Bag Attache for 13″ ASUS UL30A-X5, U36SD-A1, U30SD-XA1, U36SD-DH51, U31SD-AH51, U31SD-AH31, U31SD-DH31, U31SD-XA1 – Red. Bonus Retractable Cleaning Brush & Carabina hook.

311a2 Asus Laptops 41R591pjqmL. SL160  ASUS A55A AH51 WT 15.6 Inch LED Laptop (White)

  • Fits any netbook up to 14.1-Inch
  • Approximate Dimensions: W14 x H9.6 x D1.5 inches
  • Includes a mesh pocket inside for extra storage
  • Belcrow inside to hold your device in place
  • Thin and lightweight yet will keep your laptop protected

Bonus Retractable Cleaning brush for your netbook / laptop and a small Carabiner Hook for your keys, chains, etc.

This is a travel laptop bag that fits up to 14″ computer. The interior comes with straps to hold your devoce in place and a mesh pocket for all other small daily necessities. Dual, high quality zippers slide along the top and both sides of the case, allowing full access into the laptop compartment. Protect and carry your laptop in this Kroo Semi-Hard Case for durable portability.

*NOTE* *Due to monitor variations, bag colors may appear slightly different.

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List Price: $ 19.99

Price: $ 13.99

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  1. Joshua Wibisono says:
    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Laptop for Gaming., November 30, 2012
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    I bought this laptop on Cyber Monday Sale for a total of $545, after tax and shipping. It was a pretty good investment considering that it is i5 and 750GB hard drive. The only setback on this laptop is the sound. The sound sounds a little choppy and, but you can just buy speakers or use a headset to fix this problem. Overall, good laptop for school/gaming and I would recommend this laptop to my friends/family.

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  2. McKayla Evans says:
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Happy College Kid, December 23, 2012
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    This review is from: ASUS A55A-AH51-WT 15.6-Inch LED Laptop (White) (Personal Computers)

    My macbook pro finally expired of old age and sadly i’ve been kicked off the parental gravy train so I couldn’t afford a new one. I considered the sony e series but i’m happy I went with the ASUS. The size, speed, and capacity is perfect for me. I have no complaints about windows 8 and had no problem learning how to use it. I got my laptop before the estimated delivery date and the price was almost $100 dollars less than at Best Buy. Good buy. Hopefully it lasts me awhile.

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  3. Steve G. "Steve-in-Ky" says:
    16 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Very Good Laptop & Like Windows 8 Very Much, December 24, 2012
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    Steve G. “Steve-in-Ky” (Bowling Green, KY) –

    I read so many opinions, ranging from total novices to so-called experts. I finally just got one…this one, based on my own research and talking with a friend who is a computer engineer. First off, I am not some computer expert who nit-picks everything he can find. I have used computers since the late 1980s for the most part. I have had 2 desktops and 1 laptop. I’ve thought about the negatives that people have mentioned, and I’ll add my own perspective. There are some things about this computer than I absolutely love, and some things that I don’t like. If you go to the Asus page, it isn’t listed. The computer is actually the K55 base model, with some changes for Amazon. It has a few different specs, such as i5 vs. i7, etc., but the guts are basically the K55. First off, the complaints about the speakers. They aren’t what I had hoped for, volume-wise. I’ll explain… Yes, the sound comes from the bottom. It reflects nicely off the table for a rich sound; especially with bass boost. This appears to be more noticeable if it is in a cabinet. If you want to sit it in your lap, get earbuds–the sound does diminish quite a bit. The level of sound is dependent upon the input. This small of an amp can’t push that much. I (Heart) Radio gives a rich and loud sound. Soft modulated sounds are very low in volume. I am watching a streaming video, and the sound is such that I have to concentrate. Other times, the sound is very loud, as with the internet radio. Overall, the sound is not what I had hoped for, but it isn’t totally unexpected. This is disappointing… I will admit that softly modulated input can result in very weak audio. However, I didn’t buy it to listen to the bare speakers. I figured that I would use ear buds, or similar when I ordered it. I have a good set of computer speakers and an AC powered subwoofer from an earlier desktop that can get quite loud with a lot of bass, that that isn’t a problem. So, with external speakers or earbuds, it sounds great. With decent input volume to drive the speakers, it sounds pretty good. Give it soft input, such as people talking softly, or room noise and your opinion will change rapidly. But, again…this was not a deciding factor for me; merely a bit of an inconvenience if I’m someplace where it isn’t practical to use speakers. On to the keypad… I’ve never liked laptop keypads. That said, this one feels good, and I like it fairly well. I can type pretty well, and don’t make many mistakes on it. I actually sort of like it, now that I’ve had a chance to get used to it. I still have to be careful when hitting keys. It is definitely different than a desktop keyboard. The touch pad is weird, until you understand the things it will do, such as rotate images, etc. If you are used to separate buttons with the touch pad, this will take some getting used to. It is easy to press the wrong side of the key pad. Using a downward swipe to end a program can be a bit frustrating, as the mouse pad is one piece, with two separate types of functions. That noted, it is still weird. I don’t really like it. I honestly find the touch pad somewhat annoying. I haven’t explored the various uses of it. I use an external keyboard as well as an external wireless travel (Logitech M325–absolutely love it) mouse whenever possible. I keep the travel mouse in my case and use it almost all the time. Working with an on-board mouse frustrates me anyway. Battery power varies with usage and settings. It doesn’t seem to last very long, as other reviewers have noted. The level of settings does affect that. However, I have it set to high resolution, which I figure is a large part of the problem. Most of the time, I am near a power source, so no problem. I added 4 additional GB of RAM. Never used it with the 4 MB. It is 1600 MHz, so if you add additional, get that instead of the 1300 MHz. The webcam is .3 MP. It is rather poor, but I want to stress that this is typical in this price range. I was given a Logitech C920 HD Pro Webcam as a gift (retails about $90; Amazon sells for about $71). Together, they kick butt, as you can take photos, record video and have streaming video with the external camera, at up to 15MP and HDMI 1080. Performance-wise, the i5 3210 chip is the slowest in the i5 series, but quite sufficient. With Hyperthreading and Turbo Boost, it is quite an improvement over the i3, and is a high performing chip for anybody who doesn’t actually need the i7, which is considerably more expensive. Being a 3rd generation processor, the improvements are impressive over the 2nd generation chip. Likewise, the 5400 RPM hard drive isn’t as fast as a 7400, but it is the norm in this price range. From a practical perspective, it doesn’t use as much battery and doesn’t get as hot. This is good. Having 750GB is plenty. A computer LAN engineer buddy isn’t sure why they needed to partition the hard drive. He made a ghost copy of the drive for…

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