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Clevo N150SD (Eurocom Shark 4) 15.6″ gaming laptop, GTX 960M, I7-4710HQ, 8GB RAM, 500GB 7200RPM HDD, 1080p AUO IPS display for $800 including shipping

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Shark 4 [eurocom.com] (Clevo N150SD)

10% off coupon: EUROCOM-S410-150515 (enter in "Configuration Instructions" box after clicking on "order"). Should be around $776 after the 10% off + $23 shipping to the US. According to the notebookcheck review, the thermals are better than the VN7-591G and Y50 and less throttling takes place under full load (Furmark + Prime95). Also, the IPS display is a top notch, unlike the Y50 and I think it's better than the new VN7-591G's display too

- I7-4710HQ
- GTX 960M
- 1x8GB DDR3L
- 500GB 7200RPM HDD
- 1080p AUO B156HAN01.2 IPS display, eDP
- 2.5kg more or less
- TPM 2.0
- 3 storage bays, 1 SATA and 1 M.2 + 1xSATA2 (DVDRW)
- no OS included

Reviews: 1 [notebookcheck.net]

What do you think?

Personally, I'd wait for some Broadwell/Skylake update that will surely come until the end of the year. The soldered CPU is a minus in this case (like with the Y50, VN7-591G and others). Even Broadwell CPUs are much more power efficient and worth the wait
And maybe even AMD will suprise with the Carrizo CPUs
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Last Edited by NTsd May 1, 2015 at 04:30 PM
Instruction to claim for 10% discount for student. Not sure if we can stack with the coupon above. Wink

Claiming your education discount program is simple, just follow these steps and you are on your way to owning a high quality, fully upgradable Eurocom notebook.
1. Go online to www.eurocom.com; select your ideal Eurocom system.
2. Configure it to your needs & place your Order by clicking "Order".
3. Enter into the "configuration instructions" the name of your Education Institution, Faculty and your Student ID card #.
4. Place order by clicking "Order" at bottom of screen.
5. You will be sent your "Order Confirmation Number".
6. In an email to sales@eurocom.com include your "Order Confirmation Number", along with proof of your enrollment in the form of a photo of your student card or application letter.
7. We will apply 10% discount before processing your payment. The discount will be given before taxes and shipping charges.
8. You will receive a confirmation email from Eurocom in regards to payment being processed & your system being shipped.
9. Go to Eurocom.com & register your notebook for new deals & exciting Eurocom news!

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Your post needs a lot of work, but it's not a bad price. This setup should be able to play a lot of different games with decent settings. I would say it's slick enough, but I don't know enough about the seller though. Plus, you're also shipping electronics internationally, so there's more chance of it getting bumped a bit too much.
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Your post needs a lot of work, but it's not a bad price. This setup should be able to play a lot of different games with decent settings. I would say it's slick enough, but I don't know enough about the seller though. Plus, you're also shipping electronics internationally, so there's more chance of it getting bumped a bit too much.
What do you think should be added?
The talk about Eurocom/Clevo has been going on over few posts now - search it, maybe I should mention they are ok,
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What do you think should be added?
As a suggestion, I think adding the price to the thread title would be helpful.

Thank you for posting,
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As a suggestion, I think adding the price to the thread title would be helpful.

Thank you for posting,
Tofu Vic
oops. Thanks!
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Do you always post clevo deals every other day?
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Quote from Arbai89 View Post :
Do you always post clevo deals every other day?
I post the ones I think have some juice in it
The Acer VN7 got a lot of upvotes, selling for $900 with the same hardware, lower quality display, less connection ports, less storage options, no TPM chip

People, if you vote down please explain!
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TU from me.
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TU from me.
thanks!
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$173 for an extra battery???
$127 for a ac adapter when this one goes bad.
So when either one goes bad, is there a generic option on ebay??
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gaming laptop, lol. no one who is serious about gaming games on a laptop. i don't know why there's even a market for these. i guess it might be dumb gamers who like subpar built systems and spending copious amounts of cash to upgrade them every 2 years. they must also be infatuated with the idea of not being able to upgrade anything but the RAM, minimal cooling solutions, PITA dust removal, crippled components, and a nice small screen.
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$173 for an extra battery???
$127 for a ac adapter when this one goes bad.
So when either one goes bad, is there a generic option on ebay??
Oh, upgrade prices are way too expensive

Yes, this is Clevo N150SD, you can find batteries from other places, even Amazon I think, after some time

About ac adapter - a good and new one will cost you like $30-$60 (depends on the model) from all major retailers, maybe some neighborhood store (are there any like this anymore?)
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gaming laptop, lol. no one who is serious about gaming games on a laptop. i don't know why there's even a market for these. i guess it might be dumb gamers who like subpar built systems and spending copious amounts of cash to upgrade them every 2 years. they must also be infatuated with the idea of not being able to upgrade anything but the RAM, minimal cooling solutions, PITA dust removal, crippled components, and a nice small screen.
It's the same debate over and over

If I can game and enjoy my integrated AMD HD4250 with Athlon X2, then one can enjoy an I7 + GTX 960M

Smaller screen makes smaller pixels, resulting in a finer image for many. Dust - a problem, should be handled with being clean and air compressor
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gaming laptop, lol. no one who is serious about gaming games on a laptop. i don't know why there's even a market for these. i guess it might be dumb gamers who like subpar built systems and spending copious amounts of cash to upgrade them every 2 years. they must also be infatuated with the idea of not being able to upgrade anything but the RAM, minimal cooling solutions, PITA dust removal, crippled components, and a nice small screen.
lol, you dont have real life friends who game? gaming laptops are for lan parties.
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