ASUS K93SM NOTEBOOK INTEL RAPID STORAGE TECHNOLOGY DRIVER DETAILS:
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ASUS K93SM NOTEBOOK INTEL RAPID STORAGE TECHNOLOGY DRIVER
The display lid is pleasantly flat, and the frame could be a little finer at the top and bottom. The hinges have been made very robust. Something that is definitely required for this display size, especially since the two display hinges are located so far towards the outside of the case.
They nevertheless failed to impress us entirely. Touching the display when it is open, or letting it go after changing the opening angle, results in the display still wobbling for several seconds - particularly when playing a movie this can be very annoying. The palm resting area is pleasantly wide, something that isn't a particular success when considering the entire size of the notebook though. The roughened surface provides enough grip when typing. Fully extended this wobbles considerably, and should therefore be loaded with media very carefully. If not, it can quickly happen that the DVD is wedged between the drive and the case, and eventually gets scratched.
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Altogether the manufacturing quality of the Asus K93SM gives a good and stable impression. The gaps between panels also don't give an reason for criticism. Merely the battery lid can be pushed in to the extent of causing concern when the notebook is closed. Heavy items should therefore not be left standing on it.
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Connectivity A comprehensive range of features could certainly be expected from a desktop replacement notebook, which doesn't allow its applications to be curtailed by the absence of important additions. With the exception of exotic or so far still very rare interfaces such as FireWire or Thunderbolt, Asus have proven themselves to be very generous with their "giant notebooks". This theoretically 10 times faster interface is located on the left side close towards the front, and is backwards compatible with slower USB standards.
For the increasingly popular microSD cards, an adapter is required. The interfaces on the left This may appear to be inconsequential at first glance, but if the notebook is supposed to replace a PC entirely, Bluetooth should definitely be included - for example for synchronizing smartphones or connecting to headsets for video telephony. A webcam is included, and is embedded into the upper display frame.
Apart from this, Asus provides the usual standard communication options. Accessories The accessories included with the delivery don't provide a lot of cause for discussion: Along with the device itself and the AC adapter, there is only a thin manual, a battery notice, a warranty booklet, and a notice that the manufacturer no longer includes recovery DVDs.
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Furthermore there is already a corresponding partition on the hard drive, which can be used for restoring Windows, or for creating a recovery DVD. Maintenance On the bottom of the notebook, there are two openings intended for being opened by users. The panel providing access to a compartment where a second hard drive can be installed is secured by a single screw. The panel concealing the primary hard drive, RAM and the battery, is secured by four screws. Also worthy of note is that the Asus K93SM is also able to operate without a battery.
Attempting to free the cooling fan from dust requires extended access to the inside of the Asus K93SM Notebook Intel Rapid Storage Technology. Provision for this is not provided by the manufacturer, and associated warranty claims as a result of this "operation on the open heart" are likely to be rejected if things go wrong. Out of consideration for the provider of the reviewed device, we have also forgone opening the device to a greater extent. Asus also provides further options though.
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