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Quickly switch between 4 different modes for optimised gaming, general use, quietness or power saving. In Gaming mode the CPU is turbo cooled to keep it working at full speed, plus the Windows key and touch pad are disabled and the main gaming keys are highlighted in red, so you play faster with fewer errors.
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A simple Mode Dial lets you switch quickly between 4 different modes for optimum performance. Gaming mode make playing easier, while Balanced mode is ideal for general use. In Library mode fan noise is reduced and any unnecessary lighting or sound is switched off. And in Green mode you can save power eg. during long downloads.
Give yourself an advantage by switching to Gaming mode. It turbo cools the CPU to keep it working at full speed for non-stop gaming action. The Windows key and touch pad can also be disabled using the Gaming mode settings to avoid accidental interruptions, and the main gaming keys are highlighted in red, so you play faster with fewer errors. Plus it activates special wall paper and theme controls.
Supercharge your gaming experience with the blistering processing power of an AMD graphics card. A quad-core Intel processor also dynamically allocates processing power where it's needed for seamless game play. Innovative ExpressCache™ technology significantly improves startup, application launch, Internet surfing and information access speeds.
Enjoy high quality cinematic surround sound with Dolby Home Theatre v4. It lets you play your audio much louder over the built-in speakers and sub-woofer with less distortion. So wherever you’re playing you can immerse yourself in full-impact surround sound and savor all the subtle nuances of today’s games.
You’ll enjoy clearer, more vivid images in 16 million colours with a brilliant display. Its 400nit brightness is also 2x brighter than normal laptop displays, so you’ll never miss a thing. And it has less mirror effect from surrounding lights, like lamps, so you can game for longer without your eyes getting tired.
Enter a new dimension in 3D gaming and enjoy 3D movies and games in full HD quality. The combination of a 3D screen* working at 120Hz and active shuttering 3D glasses*, using proven Bluetooth technology, produces much smoother image playback and more natural colours with noticeably less visual disruption.
Windows 7 Home Premium makes it easy to create a home network and share all of your favorite photos, videos, and music. You can even watch, pause, and rewind TV or record it to watch whenever and wherever you want. For the best entertainment experience, choose a PC with Windows 7.
Simplifies everyday tasks, works the way you want, and makes new things possible.
After having this laptop for a couple of years things have started to go wrong like the blu ray started to stutter then would not read any blu ray or DVD disc's spoke to samsung... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mr. G. King
Please tell me, how long are we people from Europe, going to buy plastic toys from Asia?
These computers are plastic toys thats all. Is the lcd display calibrated? Read more
This is a very stylish looking computer and ticks all the boxes for playing the most demanding games. I bought the older version that came with windows 7. Read morePublished 21 months ago by geoffrey inkersole
Its really a gaming pc you can carry rather than a laptop because the battery does not last any appreciative time when serious gaming graphics are in use. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Mr I B Bulmer
lovely laptop, purchased from amazon as second hand, but when it arrived next day i had ordered free delivery 3-5 days. Read morePublished on 15 Dec 2012 by Lui
Well, I bought this recently for University. I do 3D modelling and animation. I also like to game a little. Runs DMC 4 quite nicely actually. Read morePublished on 18 Oct 2012 by Benny
amazing high spec for a laptop the 3D is amazing as is the 2D / 3D conversion easy set up excellant sound from onboard speakers would love to purchase another pair of the 3D... Read morePublished on 10 July 2012 by David Logan