The Sager NP6370 is Sager’s midrange 17.3″ gaming laptop. It is based on the new Clevo W370ET barebone and equipped with the GTX 660M and I5 (base configuration).
- good (but not great) build quality.
- No schmaltz styling – no glam monster looks, just a plain solid design.
- Default display is a FullHD display.
- Many customization option. Noteworthy are the excellent 90% Gamut Color, very high contrast and very good brightness FullHD (+185$).
- Excellent performance per price ratio. However, not the best (See Lenovo Y580).
- Easily upgradable. You can take it apart quite easily and add things yourself.
- Two HDD bays. If you want to add, for example, a SSD drive, you can do it without removing the DVD or default HDD.
- Acceptable battery running times – almost 4 hours surfing. Not the best. Again, see the Y580.
- Not bad verity of connection ports, including USB 3.0 ports, HDMI, eSata and more.
- Cooling system could be better. Other GTX 660M machines have better thermal/noise levels.
- Higher price than other GTX 660M+I7+FHD machines. Y580 as you probably already understood.
- Weight. 3.2-3.3kg without the AC adapter. More than other gaming laptops.
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Direct Competitors and Alternatives:
suprise! Lenovo IdeaPad Y580 (15.6″)
Sager NP6165 (15.6″), Sager NP6175 (17.3)
Dell Inspiron 17r special edition (17.3″)
HP Pavilion dv7t (17.3″), HP Envy 17 (17.3″)
MSI GE70-0NC/ GE70-0ND
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