There’s a single, long hinge, running across the length of the laptop that keeps the screen in place. The screen tilts back about 160 degrees and the hinge offers good torsion. The 15.6inch panel has a non-reflective surface, which is good when you’re sitting under artificial lighting. It has a pixel resolution so visuals are sharp. Colours are also good, this being an IPS panel. However, the brightness doesn’t get high enough for us. We found ourselves maxing out the brightness level most of the time, and it was still just about adequate. During regular typing, we often found ourselves fumbling and hitting the wrong keys. The Power button is part of the cluster too, which we don’t quite like, and there’s only a single level of red LED backlighting for all keys.