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The folks over at Laptop mag have just taken the Asus S6F for a test spin. For those of you with short term memory (meaning us), the S6F is the same notebook we talked about at the start of the year (it's only now available State-side). Laptop reviewed the non-leather S6F ($2,199) and praised it for its looks, performance, and battery life (the ultraportable raced on for just shy of 5 hours). The notebook scored a 3 outta 5 star rating, but got dinged for its cramped keyboard, stiff touchpad buttons, and tiny 11-inch display.

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We spent a few weeks with the S6F ourselves and though we admit it's pricey and the keyboard is cramped, we'd give it a full 5-star rating. This laptop is the best Windows ultraportable we've used to date. Sure, it's not packing a Core 2 Duo, but if you can live with that, this little machine will definitely impress.

Asus S6F [Laptop Mag]

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