Asus launches its hex-portable 15.6-inch N53SV SX792V platform that runs on Intel Huron River with a Nvidia graphics card combined with Optimus technology, a Core i5 Sandy Bridge, a good storage space and USB 3.0.

It enjoys a relatively homogeneous configuration built around a processor Sandy Bridge Core i5-2430M and 4GB of RAM provide performance that can satisfy users including multitasking. In addition, you can then easily switch to 8 GB DDR3 RAM by adding a bar on the free slot to make it evolve at low cost.

The hard drive on the other hand offers an attractive storage space of 750 GB, while the screen is more conventional treatment with its brilliant, its 16:9 format and definition of 1366 768.The connection is very correct as found including HDMI and VGA video ports, a wireless module Wi-Fi n and 4 USB ports, one of which is a USB 3.0 to benefit from transfers up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0 with USB 3.0.

The graphics provided a surprise since it consists of both the GeForce GT 540M dedicated card but also the Intel GMA 3000 HD integrated into Sandy Bridge processor. With technology from Nvidia Optimus, the laptop works by default it is low-energy and thus promotes greater autonomy. Optimus is also responsible for estimating real-time graphical requirements for the tasks performed by the user and asks if necessary Geforce GT 540M.

The dedicated graphics card can play a lot of titles as long as we accept to make concessions in the most demanding 3D resources, lowering the levels of detail and / or definition of the screen. It is also able to play HD video smoothly, what is also capable of HD Intel GMA 3000.