Asus Announces the VivoBook Pro N580

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v1adimir

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Nice!.. Those specs are COOL!! Price isn't (too) high, it seems like desirable hardware, awesome! :)
 

Christopher1

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Hmm.... sounds pretty well outfitted for a laptop. The only thing I am concerned about is that thin laptops with NVidia graphics cards have a history of having overheating problems in them from what I have read on various gamer forums.
Have they fixed those issues? If so, this will be a very good investment for anyone.
 

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There's one other detail worth mentioning, although it could just be my experience.

Several years ago, when the Zen line was introduced, I got one. I've since either personally bought or had close friends get a total of 8 Zen laptops.

My original model, as well as the 3 others purchased in that time frame all still work. In addition, the 2 bought within 2 years of those also still work.

However, both of the laptops purchased in the last two years have broken, one within 9 months of purchase (the earlier purchase), and the other 4 weeks after the purchase (the later purchase, broke before the other failed laptop).

Asus seems to have some pretty serious quality control issues these days.
 
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