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    G750 Chassis (Internal frame) material: ABS Plastic?

    I am curious.

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    why do you want to know? meet any problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pitcher@asus View Post
    why do you want to know? meet any problem?
    While we are at the plastic part, not that I'm complaining, but my ASUS G750JH came with (I hope I can describe it properly) somehow wobbly plastic around the ASUS logo, that is, when I press the ASUS logo, or around it, somehow it there is a gap, basically, I can press it a few mm down, glue issues or?
    The retailer said that all of their JH's came with plastic like, that, and obviously I asked for them to send me an unopened box, the box came a few days later to their store, and guess what, the same thing with the plastic around the logo.
    Is this a common issue, or?

    I know the thread is not related to my ASUS, just asking.
    For any reply I'm grateful
    ASUS G750JH-T4086D
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    RAM: 16GB
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    Display: Anti-Glare (yup, I'm bragging about it :P)

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    I believe that the ROG series had target on performance and not on the quality.
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    well that is because the screen is flat but the lid isn't, of course there's a gap, especially in the middle of the lid. I guess they could have put some filler to make it more rigid but that would have added to the weight of the laptop.
    ASUS G750JX -- i7-4700 - 16GB - 128GB 840 PRO SSD + 1TB HDD - Nvidia GTX 770M - 120Hz 3D glossy display

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    I'm not badmouthing the quality. I'm just curious.

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    My JX has the same space between the lid and screen, so, normal I guess.

    I don't like it either, but, I don't think it's a big deal. The only time I encounter it is removing it from a carrying case.
    ASUS G750JX-TB71
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    I'm not complaining either, but when you think about it, it's a premium laptop ( ._.)
    Meh, the notebook, flies when it comes to games, like I said, I ain't complaining
    The thing that matters to me the most is performance, it's not like it came without a keyboard or touchpad xD
    ASUS G750JH-T4086D
    CPU: Intel Quad Core I7-4700HQ@ 2.4GHz
    GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 780M
    RAM: 16GB
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    OS: Windows 8 64-bit
    Display: Anti-Glare (yup, I'm bragging about it :P)

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