ASUS Q550LF 15.6" (1 TB, Intel Core i7 4th Gen., 3 GHz, 8 GB) Notebook - Black - Q550LF-BBI7T07
About this product
|Processor||Intel Core i7 4th Gen. (3 GHz)|
|Installed Memory||8 GB|
|Hard Drive||1 TB|
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- bnz27Nov 1, 2014by
High quality, high powered laptop at an amazing price for what you get!
This is an amazing computer. I purchased it refurbished, but it seemed like new. If it wasn't for a few minor scratches on the case and a couple battery cycles, I'd have thought it was new. The computer starts up ultra fast, even without an SSD. Don't be scared off by the dual core i7. It's hyperthreaded and runs very fast. I have noticed absolutely no slowdown, and I normally use quadcore processors. Intel knows what they're doing with the i7, so don't be afraid of that. Not only that, but the processor is very energy effecient, so it doesn't drain power like a typical quadcore would. Windows 8 is what it is, but with a few tweaks, you almost don't notice it at all. Finally, the touchscreen and backlit keyboard is a nice touch. Usually a laptop with these features costs twice what this one does. Asus is a high quality brand that I'd recommend to anyone.Read full review
- calocrSep 4, 2014by
Nice product, nice price
Excellent!!...i like the design and the quality...I can't say nothing good about win 8. This crash when i never do something estrange, I don't know why?...
- jjjgsnAug 8, 2014by
Computer some small problems, the seller has been resolved<br>Good seller！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！！
- ifan99Aug 6, 2014by
This is a very be hardly worthy of belief of the baby, too perfect, just like new, very high ratio of performance to price, the fourth generation Intel Core processors, full HD touch screen, full size backlight keyboard, feel very good, I like it very much!
- bselckJul 25, 2014by
This computer isn't by any means top of the line but is a great laptop none the less, especially for the price. It handles multimedia and office tasks just fine and because it has both the Nvidia and Intel HD chips, it uses intel HD on the lower demand tasks to preserve battery life and then the Nvidia chip for higher demand processes such as gaming. The processor is also low voltage which helps battery life when the computer isn't doing too much, but do to the intel turbo boost can still run more demanding tasks when needed.