ASUS G53SX-A1 is a gaming laptop model which captures our interest thanks to some of its features. It is more than enough to tell you about the fact that under the hood you can find a quad-core Intel Core i7-2630QM clocked at 2.0GHz. Or that it features a 15.6 Inch Full HD LED backlit display with a maximum resolution of no less than 1920×1080 pixels.
But unfortunately there are plenty of negative aspects too when it comes to this ASUS G53SX-A1 model. Upgrading it is not as easy as you might first think. To be more specific it requires removing the keyboard and palm rest to access the hard drive and RAM. But that not the worst of its disadvantages. What do you say about the fact that ASUS G53SX-A1 is one of the largest 15.6-inch notebooks available on the market at this moment?
We are talking about the exact dimensions of 15.6″ x 11.42″ x 2.36″ with a total weight of 8.7 pounds, so it is actually larger than a usual 17.3-inch notebook model and much heavier in the same time. As for the connectivity options, ASUS G53SX-A1 comes with some surprises too, but not in the pleasant way: you won’t find eSATA, ExpressCard slot or DisplayPort either.