Asus laptop comes K93SV-YZ118V, a 18.4-inch model that runs on Intel platform Huron River with a swift hard drive capacity of beautiful, Sandy Bridge processor i5, a Full HD, USB 3.0 and a dedicated Nvidia graphics card technology associated with Optimus.
It takes effect in a 18.4-inch format that lends itself more to a sedentary nomadic use, especially as its weight and dimensions are quite large. The screen sports a 16:9 format particularly well suited for video playback and a Full HD, enough to enjoy a beautiful space to work and play and enjoy on the PC HD video. However, the optical unit is unable to support the Blu-Ray that perhaps some regret.
The connection it is very correct with HDMI, Bluetooth 3.0 + HS, Wi-Fi, but also VGA 4 USB ports, enough to connect multiple devices simultaneously, including a USB 3.0 for file transfers take up to 10 times faster than USB 2.0 if it connects to the USB 3.0 port of the PC.
Also good for storage space 1000 GB that keeps many files directly on the computer. The hard drive is also a model swift as it works to 7200 rev / min against 5400 r / min which usually improves system responsiveness.
It therefore shoulder the Core i5-2410M Sandy Bridge and 4 GB of RAM that deliver good overall performance including multi-tasking to meet a majority of users in this area. In addition, you can then add a strip of 4 GB DDR3, for example in order to provide a small boost.
As for performance graphics, HD video playback is smooth thanks to the Intel GMA 3000 HD integrated processor but also the Geforce GT 540M. In fact, the laptop runs on one or the other according to need: Optimus technology onboard Intel GMA favors the HD 3000 which is less energy intensive and thus promotes greater autonomy. Optimus evaluates real-time graphics needs depending on the tasks performed by the user and need to switch on the Geforce GT 540M when a power greater than that which can deliver the Intel GMA 3000 HD arises.