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Asus N43SL-VX024V

Asus N43SL-VX024V
alaAverage 3.6

6 reviews

Dec, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 6 reviews of Asus N43SL-VX024V. The average rating for this product is 3.6/5, compared to an average rating of 4.0/5 for other Laptops for all reviews. Reviewers really like the sound and usability. Opinions are divided on the design. There are some less positive opinions about the battery.

performance, usability, sound

battery

On average, users rate this product 73/100.

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ASUS N43SL Jay Chou Special Edition Review

 

Although the ASUS N43SL's ostentatious design will turn off some, Jay Chou's many fans may love the personal flourishes the superstar added to the laptop. Regardless, the $999 N43SL outperforms both the HP Envy 14 ($1,079) and Dell XPS 14z ($999) in...

Strong graphics performance, Loud, crisp audio, Minimal preloaded software

Polarizing design, No keyboard backlighting, Substandard webcam, Poor battery life

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ASUS N43SL Notebook Launch (Taiwan)

 

ASUS launches the N43SL multimedia notebook at a press event held in Taipei today. The 14-inch laptop's artwork is inspired and designed by popular Taiwanese artiste, Jay Chou, along with audio hardware co-developed by the Bang & Olufsen ICEpower team.

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Asus N43SL

 

We sink our teeth into the juicy Asus N43SL, one of the first Intel Sandy Bridge based notebooks on the market.

The speed and power of the Sandy Bridge processor continued to amaze us throughout our time with the Asus N43SL. Basic but highly essential functions such as inserting a USB flash drive into the device performed at blistering speeds. The very second a...

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