ASUS Demos Glasses-Free 3D Gaming Laptop

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jrharbort

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I read an article a month ago hinting at this release, and I must say that ASUS never ceases to amaze me. The only major question here will be the price. The current top end G53 is around $1,500. Another downside will likely be a reduction in the resolution, which is currently 1920x1080 on the top end G53. I suspect they'll use 1366x768 or 1600x900.
 

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it is one thing to ceate such powerhouse machines and totally another when it comes to providing support when the computers have problems. Asus ranks at the bottom in terms of providing a post-sale customer service. My experience was such a nightmare where the morons at Fremont site took four different teams of technicians to diagnose a RAM fault in 35 days. Asus is a piece of garbage despite all its glitter.
 
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ASUS might suck in customer support, but they've been number one in computer reliability/quality for many years now. Least hardware failure rates from all computer firms. Maybe that's why they chose to skim on customer support? Oh well, I'm a hardware enthusiast elitist - customer support usually gets my way.
 

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I could go for a lot more info on this one. The article implies it's a regular HD 1920x1080 screen. But glasses free 3D is impossible of it's not some kind of special screen like the one on the 3DS. I really don't expect the tech behind it is nearly as "unique" as they claim.
 

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[citation][nom]chichad[/nom]it is one thing to ceate such powerhouse machines and totally another when it comes to providing support when the computers have problems. Asus ranks at the bottom in terms of providing a post-sale customer service. My experience was such a nightmare where the morons at Fremont site took four different teams of technicians to diagnose a RAM fault in 35 days. Asus is a piece of garbage despite all its glitter.[/citation]
Strange because most statistics puts Asus ahead of most companies.
 

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asus is probably the best out there for innovation and reliabilty. hope they keep it up, whoever is running that company should get a medal.
 

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Awesome . I'm definitely putting this on top of my buying list, if the price is good and what they're saying about the "uniqueness" is really true.
 
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