The UL80Vt also features switchable graphics courtesy of the NVIDIA GeForce G210M and Intel GMA 4500HD for shifting between discrete and power-saving integrated graphics, which is automatically turned-on when the laptop is not plugged to a power supply. The discrete graphics can also be manually turned on and off with the button on the upper half of the keyboard, directly opposite of the power button.
The 14-inch 16:9 screen displays brightly and vibrantly enough. The speakers do deliver, although they aren’t the greatest. Well, for $825, that’s not questionable. But still, the ASUS UL80Vt can perform, and at a reasonable price, too.