Asus N53S review
|Review Date||27 Apr 2011|
|Processor||Intel Core i5-2410M|
|Processor clock speed||2.3GHz|
|Memory slots free||0|
|Sound||Realtek HD Audio|
|Viewable size||15.6 in|
|Graphics Processor||Nvidia GeForce GT 540M|
|Graphics/video ports||VGA, HDMI|
|Total storage capacity||640GB|
|Optical drive type||DVD+/-RW +/-DL BD-ROM|
Ports and Expansion
|Wired network ports||1x 10/100/1000|
|Wireless networking support||802.11b/g/n|
|PC Card slots||none|
|Supported memory cards||SDHC, MMC, Memory Stick Pro|
|Other ports||minijack audio output/S/PDIF (shared), minijack microphone input|
|Operating system||Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit|
|Operating system restore option||restore partition|
|Software included||Microsoft Office 2010 Starter, CyberLink Power2Go v6|
|Warranty||one year RTB|
The review specification states 4 x USB2 ports plus Bluetooth. Other versions of the specification for this model state 3 x USB2 and no Bluetooth. Which is correct?
Also, Alan's review mentions USB 3.o, but none of the specs I have found say that this model includes USB3. Am I missing something?
By sidelong on 7 Jun 2011
If you look at the gallery, you'll see one USB port on each side has a blue tongue - these are the two USB 3.0 ports (there's another USB 2.0 port on the rear that's not shown). The specs above don't specify USB 2.0 or 3.0.
By bpdlr on 7 Jun 2011
there's 4 usb ports 1 of them being a usb 3.0. also, the last image in the library is not an n53s lol and there's only the dc and vga port at the rear of the unit.
By ghen03 on 12 Jul 2011
What is the display type? IPS/TN? Is it good for graphics processing.
By nedko on 29 Dec 2011
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