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Sager NP8268-S (Clevo P150SM-A) by Michael English Date Added: Saturday 18 April, 2015
Sager NP8268-S (Clevo P150SM-A) How to install Debian on the Sager NP8268-S laptop Debian is used as a base for many more Linux distributions so these instructions should be similar for Ubuntu and others. I encountered two problems when installing Debian on this computer. First, you need to install the WiFi firmware manually once the installation finishes. Second, NVIDIA Optimus will generate error messages with the nouveau driver at each boot and shutdown. Download the appropriate firmware from https://wireless.wiki.kernel.org/en/users/drivers/iwlwifi Then, copy the firmware files to /lib/firmware and restart your computer. Add contrib and non-free to your sources.list and run apt-get update && apt-get install bumblebee-nvidia primus After that, restart your computer again and everything should work. I hope this helps!..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
ASUS UX303LA-DS51T Touch by Jonathan Pitt Date Added: Monday 13 April, 2015
ASUS UX303LA-DS51T Touch ASUS UX303LA-DS51T Touch Received the laptop from XoticPC with Windows 7 64bit installed as I requested, and the USB 3.0 was functioning at USB 2.0 speeds. This was a major glitch that got through XoticPC's QA unfortunately. I discovered that the Intel USB 3.0 driver would not install untill I updated to the latest asus BIOS version 205. Hope info this is helpful to others. Jonathan

Rating: 2 of 5 Stars! [2 of 5 Stars!]
INSURGENT - Stage 1 by Benjamin Freet Date Added: Wednesday 08 April, 2015
INSURGENT - Stage 1 I ordered a laptop with a 4800MQ and the laptop came with a 4700MQ... Really??!?!?!? So I emailed for a refund or a return with a corrected model, haven't heard back yet but this is pretty wrong.

Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
ASUS G751JT-DH72 by Cody Rumburg Date Added: Saturday 21 March, 2015
ASUS G751JT-DH72 I purchased this laptop from XoticPC around November 2014 I think. it was one of the few laptops at the time that had the GTX 970M at a good price in a well known laptop distributor (Asus ROG). My last gaming laptop was a sager/clevo laptop and it was a piece of crap. components overheated, the keyboard was so terrible you had to bring an external one to type anything, and the battery life was around 1 hour. So this time I decided to go with a more well known and a little pricey-er laptop in hopes of getting better quality for my money.This laptop has been a breath of fresh air. It can go about 3 hours of moderate use on battery. I can play hearthstone on it battery powered for about 2 hours. I play games such as skyrim with mods, world of warcraft with mods, starcraft, boarderlands the pre sequel, league of legends, and a few other steam games. I have been able to play all of these games max settings (skyrim for several hours at a time) with the laptop staying at a decent temperature...

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
Sager NP8268-S (Clevo P150SM-A) by Willy Burhan Date Added: Friday 20 March, 2015
Sager NP8268-S (Clevo P150SM-A) I've been looking for a good gaming laptop/workstation computer for a long time. Been always an ASUS fan for a long time (Owned 2 ASUS Gaming laptop). After looking around on the internet, I came across this website. I asked around on /r/suggestalaptop, many people suggested me the Sager NP8268-S. I'm satisfied with this laptop. It performs well and has a good build quality. It's a bit thick, but hey it's a gaming laptop and it's cheaper compare to other brand. It's upgradeable too :D It's been like 3 months now and our honeymoon is still going strong. i7 4810 + GTX 970M is a beast combination for working as well as for gaming!..

Rating: 5 of 5 Stars! [5 of 5 Stars!]
INSURGENT - Stage 1 by Ryan Muck Date Added: Monday 09 March, 2015
INSURGENT - Stage 1 Im sorry but this just seems ridiculous to me. This PC with all its most base components costs almost a thousand dollars. I recently researched the parts, and you could build this EXACT PC (minus the case) for less than $650. I obviously understand that there is a price to pay for the assembly and the warranty, but is all that really worth almost $400? No chance. Way overpriced. Watch a few guides online, do some research, BUILD YOUR OWN PC, PLEASE! Now i know better.

Rating: 1 of 5 Stars! [1 of 5 Stars!]
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