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Review One K56-3N2 (Clevo P157SM) Notebook
« on: June 01, 2013, 16:19:09 »
High flyer. What happens when Nvidia's fastest laptop graphics card, the GeForce GTX 780M, teams up with Intel's brand-new Haswell quad-core CPU? Exactly, an extremely potent high-end laptop is created. Despite its limited chassis volume, the 15-inch One K56-3N2 offers great performance. We are taking a more detailed look at its virtues and vices.


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Re: Review One K56-3N2 (Clevo P157SM) Notebook
« Reply #1 on: June 02, 2013, 00:23:48 »
While we do appriciate your reviews, you need to work on your reviews more.
GTX 780M is 29.6% faster than GTX 680M based on all 28 games. GTX 780M is 32.6% faster than 7970M based on 26 games.

Please update your chart accordingly.


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Re: Review One K56-3N2 (Clevo P157SM) Notebook
« Reply #2 on: December 28, 2017, 06:38:41 »

Im 4 years too late, but I bought an updated version of the same laptop 3 years ago, and it works brilliantly! My usage would be described as super-intensive with my laptop being turned on for about 20 hours a day and high usage for maybe 6.

Some problems I had to address were 1) adding an MSATA 2) Replacing the battery(wore down over time) 3) The AUX port is less sturdy than it seems.

The body itself is a lot stronger than I had anticipated. I dropped my laptop screen-first on a hard surface twice from about 1M and it didnt even budge, so that was brilliant.

And your review was par excellence! Thanks a ton!


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