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- Sleek, attractive designImpressive switchable graphicsBetter than average battery life
- Nearly unusable mouse buttonSlightly cheap-feeling build qualitySeriously fingerprint prone
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- 83AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE6 ReviewsAnandTech80AnandTech: ASUS UL80Vt and G51J: Going for the GolAt its heart, the UL80Vt is a thin and light notebook that's capable of delivering stellar battery life while at the same time providing sufficient performance to handle virtually any task - yes, including gaming.Engadget80ASUS UL80Vt review: thin and light on a budgetThere are enough useful, pleasing features about this unit to outweigh the minor performance and hardware issues we found.PC Mag90Asus UL80Vt-A1The CULV-equipped Asus UL80Vt-A1 laptop is loaded with lovable features, including switching graphics technology, a huge battery, and a metallic design.Laptop Magazine80ASUS UL80Vt (Vt-A1) ReviewThe ASUS UL80Vt costs more than other ULV thin-and-light notebooks, but it’s worth the extra money for the better graphics performance.Computer Shopper80Asus UL80Vt Review and RatingsLong battery life and good performance help make the feature-packed UL80Vt today's best under-$1,000 thin-and-light.Notebookcheck90Review Asus UL80Vt-WX028V NotebookIt has a few smaller weaknesses, but you can overlook that with the otherwise good implementation of individual requirements.
- 90AVERAGE USER SCORE1 ReviewsEngadget Reader90May 21, 2011Feedback submitted!Unable to submit feedback!For my needs, this has been the most perfect laptop. It is small and lightweight and does it isn't "Loud" as far as aesthetics are concerned. Powerful enough specs, overall an awesome unit.
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