The Asus X75VC may be a fairly chunky portable computer – the X75VC's designers haven't wheeled out the standard chrome-effect metal or brushed metallic element for this machine; instead, this machine is clad entirely from black plastic. There are not any lights on show, and therefore the solely sop to vogue may be a lined pattern carved into the plastic across the wrist-rest and lid – and, even then, it's barely visible.
The heavy-set Asus makes up for its lack of favor with smart build quality. It's sturdier than the Toshiba due to barely any ‘give' in its wrist-rest and base, and therefore the screen did not flex abundant from facet to facet, with no screen distortion after we depressed the centre of the rear panel. The keyboard contains a firm base, a decent layout and variety pad, and its keys have a lot of travel and a lot of consistent action than the flimsy Toshiba's unit. it isn't the simplest keyboard during this check, tho' – the smaller Asus V550C and therefore the dingle Latitude 3440 each have writing actions that square measure firmer and fewer spongy than on the X75VC.