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Ermelious
07-13-2013, 03:29 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bl00FFSls8c

Here's a preview of this laptop but it's in low quality. By the way as for the screen issues, i've yet to get my unit, but i've tested the demo sets around my area and all had no issues with the screen while playing some trailers with dark scenes. Unfortunately i couldn't test any game on it, so not sure whether this problem will occur in games or not. Tried installing Crysis 3 and Left 4 Dead on the demo set but both games wouldn't start up (Crysis 3 loaded but all i see is a black screen) (Left 4 Dead loaded to the main menu and didn't responded thereafter)

EpIcSnIpErZ23
07-13-2013, 03:56 PM
My G750JW Works perfectly. I bought it from frys in Texas. The sound is crisp and the matte screen is very nice. I have games such as Battlefield 3, Left for Dead 2, Far Cry 3, Grid 2, etc. and they all work fine! This is a great laptop for the money.

Anvirol
07-13-2013, 04:07 PM
I bought G750JX yesterday from a Finnish retailer.

The good:
For me the screen has no issues and color quality is good, although the white point is leaning a lot towards blue. I fixed that with my Spider3Elite.
Internal speakers are very good though for a laptop.

& Bad:
3,5mm headphone jack has static noise problem and I can't use my headphones at all.
What pisses me off the most are the Asus custom MXM graphic card designs that prevent using reference Geforce notebook drivers. Now I'm stuck with ancient 310.59 drivers, because Asus is not not keeping their VGA drivers up-to-date.

DeltaActual
07-13-2013, 04:16 PM
I bought G750JX yesterday from a Finnish retailer.

The good:
For me the screen has no issues and color quality is good, although the white point is leaning a lot towards blue. I fixed that with my Spider3Elite.
Internal speakers are very good though for a laptop.

& Bad:
3,5mm headphone jack has static noise problem and I can't use my headphones at all.
What pisses me off the most are the Asus custom MXM graphic card designs that prevent using reference Geforce notebook drivers. Now I'm stuck with ancient 310.59 drivers, because Asus is not not keeping their VGA drivers up-to-date.

Go to laptopvideo2go.com for the latest drivers. They are simply modding INF file, so you not risking anything

Anvirol
07-13-2013, 04:47 PM
I'll give it a try. Thanks.

DeltaActual
07-13-2013, 07:04 PM
I'll give it a try. Thanks.
Let us know how it goes.