Here you can see the angular flat black lid of the ASUS G73JH-A1 and the large cooling vents on the rear. You can also see the Blu-ray drive, two USB ports and headphone/mic jacks.
The big 17.3-inch screen is very glossy with lots of glare. The front edge of the notebook has indicator lights for wireless, HDD, and battery charging.
You can get a better view of the angles of the ASUS G73JH-A1 resembling the stealth fighter and the flat black finish here.
The left side of the notebook has a memory card reader, two USB ports, HDMI output, VGA out and the power port.
This is a close up view of the large cooling grates on the rear of the machine.
The keyboard is large, well spaced and backlit.
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