Screen is LED HD 1080P, not IPS, hence the viewing angled is not 178 degree, more like 110 degree. The screen is set up for gaming not like a TV; it is built for "speed". The LED screen also uses lower power, IPS is about 20% more power with battery drain. Graphics uses 2 GB, which good for light gaming and watching 1080p. Onboard WiFi is 1x1 not 2x2; you need a 2x2 adapter($25) for faster gaming or network connection adapter($15) is needed also, just USB 3.0 onboard. These issues are irrelevant if you use a dual monitor and an adapter for WiFi. I use the laptop for internet browsing(Amazon Prime videos) and light coding. Overall the laptop is light weight (17.3 screen) and thin, unlike a bulky gaming laptop that uses more power (battery drain) and costs much more. ASUS - Vivobook 17.3" Laptop - AMD Ryzen 7 - 12GB Memory AMD Radeon Vega 10 - 512GB SSD- is much better than a laptop with integrated graphics.