Asus ups the ante where 3D vision notebooks are concerned with the G51J model, boasting NVIDIA’s 3D Vision technology that caters for extensive game compatibility (currently standing at around 400 games and counting), alongside a 120Hz, 15.6″ display which works best in tandem with a pair of active shutter glasses. Some say that the shutter method is more comfortable compared to a polarized version, but really, that boils down to personal preference. You won’t find the G51J running out of breath anytime soon as it has a GeForce GTX 260M video card armed with 1GB of DDR3 RAM. Prices start from $1,700 upwards.
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