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Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: Atlantic Canada
ASUS N50Vn 15.4" Notebook
Looking for a well-rounded notebook that won't break the bank? That's a lot easier to pull off today than it was a few years ago, and ASUS proves it with their N50Vn. For its $1,149 asking price, this 15.4" notebook offers a lot for the money, including the ability to not only get your work done, but even get some gaming taken care of as well.
You can read our full review here and discuss it here!
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