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Jefferies The Sager NP is a sleek inch gaming machine designed for extreme performance. Before we start the review, I would Sager NP5320 Bison Camera to give a special thanks to Donald Stratton at PowerNotebooks. Our test unit is configured as follows: Intel Core 2 Extreme X 2. Windows Vista Home Premium bit Wireless: It has the performance desired to play the latest games at high settings and sleek looks to match its performance. Both the X and M are dual video card capable machines. The Alienware is available with the same components as the Sager but at a significantly higher price. Instead, it has a more understated look, encased in smooth matte black plastic.

Around the base of the unit is a thin border of orange, giving the NP a sophisticated look.

Sager NP Review

The keyboard and touchpad area are surrounded by a carbon fiber-like border, which appears to blend in from a distance but up close is quite detailed. At the very top of the lid is a thin strip of glossy plastic, yet another design detail.

A thin border surrounding the screen is of the same material. The NP has a squared-off shape unlike the soft corners that have become prominent in the mainstream notebook market. It gives the machine an aggressive, bold stance. The base of the notebook is chiseled inward, making the NP look and feel slimmer than it really is. The matte black plastics used on the base of the notebook are thick and inflexible. They are smooth but not slick to the touch. The hinges are rock-solid and hold the large inch widescreen display in place with authority. The display is resistant to twisting and flexing; the NP has one of the least-flexible displays I have seen on a inch notebook. The back of the screen is well-protected as I mentioned earlier; I was unable to get ripples to show on the screen by applying pressure on the back.

The base of the unit uses thinner, granular plastic but it is still of good quality and does not undermine the strength of the unit. The base of the machine is extremely rigid. The Sager NP is one Sager NP5320 Bison Camera the best-built notebooks on the market without a doubt — it matches up and even surpasses many high-end business notebooks in the build quality aspect.

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Thanks to its understated looks and durability, the NP is at home at a Sager NP5320 Bison Camera parties and offices alike. If I did not say this is one of the best-looking displays I have seen on a inch notebook, I would be lying. Contrast is excellent — blacks are deep and whites are stark — and the brightness level is high as well, noticeably more so than my HP w desktop monitor.


There is no noticeable light leakage, even against a black screen. There is also no graniness. Side-to-side viewing angles are excellent, as there is very little color distortion. While gaming, I noticed no ghosting.

Vertical viewing angles do leave room for improvement though, as colors get too dark from below and too washed out from above. This is common among LCD displays though. Speakers There are two stereo Sager NP5320 Bison Camera on the NP They are located at opposite ends of the rear of the chassis, on the sides and next to the display hinges. I found the odd placement made surround sound from two speakers more believable.


The speakers are small and borderline tinny; I am neither impressed nor disappointed with them. The sound is detailed I could hear picks hitting guitar strings and bullet casings hitting the ground but volume is limited and bass response is nil. Treble Sager NP5320 Bison Camera is measurable but again, nothing special. The two speakers are adequate for music although I highly recommend a good pair of external speakers or headphones to make for the best sound experience. These speakers are much better for games than music. There are two powerful fans in the base of the notebook: The vents on the back of the notebook are large and reach more than one-third of the way across.

The copper heatsinks are clearly visible inside. Much of the bottom of the notebook, especially the area on the right toward the front, is perforated with holes to let air in.

Even after hours of playing Crysis at full settings, the machine barely felt warm. The Sager NP is a sleek inch gaming machine designed for extreme.

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