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Promoted 09-30-2015 by persian_mafia at 09:02 PM View Original Post
Costco Wholesale.com has ASUS Zenbook UX303UB Touchscreen Ultrabook (UX303UB) on sale for $999.99. Shipping is $24.95. Thanks GeorgeLucas

Non-members are subject to a 5% surcharge, making it $1049.99 + $24.95 shipping.

Please note, this ultrabook is backordered, and is expected to ship within the next 2 weeks.

Specs:
  • 6th Generation Intel Core i7-6500U Processor 2.5GHz
  • 12GB DDR3 Memory
  • 512GB SSD
  • 13.3" 3200x1800 QHD LED Touch Display
  • 2GB NVIDIA GT 940M Graphics
    • 3x USB 3.0
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x mini Display Port
  • Wireless-AC WLAN + Bluetooth 4.0
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • 3-Cell Battery
  • 3.23 lbs
  • Windows 10

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Written by persian_mafia

For an in-depth review, head over to Ultrabookreview - persian_mafia

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Edited September 30, 2015 at 01:42 PM by mlacey3
Link: http://www.costco.com/.product.1002349.html

Intel® Core™ i7-6500U Processor 2.5GHz
12GB DDR3L RAM
512GB Solid State Drive
Microsoft® Windows 10
Wireless-AC WLAN + Bluetooth 4.0
Integrated HD Webcam
13.3" Touchscreen IPS Quad HD+ (3200 x 1800) Display
2GB NVIDIA GT 940M Graphics
Integrated Audio
Backlit Chiclet Keyboard
3x USB 3.0
1x HDMI
1x Headphone-out/Audio-in Combo Jack
1x Media Card Slot
1x mini Display Port
3-cell (Up to 7-hour) Battery
Dimensions: 12.7"W x 8.8"H x 0.7~0.8”D
Approximate Weight: 3.2lbs
1 Year Accidental Damage Protection:
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Last Edited by gates2010 September 30, 2015 at 10:38 PM
Beware, I found this so you may not be able to get the 1 year accidental damage protection:

https://www.asus.com/us/support/article/693/
Quote :
The following Retailers are excluded from the ASUS ADP program*

Costco Wholesale (In-store and Online)
Also from the ASUS article:
* Select BRAND NEW notebooks and select tablets may be eligible for the ADP program at the time of purchase. Refurbished and/or open box products DO NOT QUALIFY for ADP. Please refer to your authorized reseller for complete details. Exclusions may apply and all claims are subject to verification and confirmation by ASUS. End-user is responsible to pay for one-way shipping to a designated ASUS Repair facility, and ASUS will cover the costs of returning the unit to your originating address within the United States and Canada only exclusions apply.



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They should use a 1 cell battery as well. I mean 3 cell is too heavy
Not to mention the weight of all those pixels!
Ditch 9
Exactly! And they should have made it 1366x768 because nobody can tell the difference!LMAO

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Super price, but touchscreen kills the deal. Bulkier and heavier than non-touch, and who needs a touchscreen on a laptop?
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killer deal--12GB! Embarrassment

wish i had an extra grand lying around Smilie
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Quote from ArgoNavis View Post :
Super price, but touchscreen kills the deal. Bulkier and heavier than non-touch, and who needs a touchscreen on a laptop?
I know what you mean - and what's up with the 512GB SSD? Certainly they could shave some weight if they just went with a 128GB SSD instead. Shame, I would've definitely bought it with a 128GB SSD instead of the bulky 512GB SSD.
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Quote from eryeal View Post :
I know what you mean - and what's up with the 512GB SSD? Certainly they could shave some weight if they just went with a 128GB SSD instead. Shame, I would've definitely bought it with a 128GB SSD instead of the bulky 512GB SSD.
They should use a 1 cell battery as well. I mean 3 cell is too heavy
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In for one, thanks OP. I really hope this is Skylake though, I haven't found anything about the UX303LB being released with Skylake yet.
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Quote from eryeal View Post :
I know what you mean - and what's up with the 512GB SSD? Certainly they could shave some weight if they just went with a 128GB SSD instead. Shame, I would've definitely bought it with a 128GB SSD instead of the bulky 512GB SSD.
Not to mention the weight of all those pixels!
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Quote from timbuktu View Post :
In for one, thanks OP. I really hope this is Skylake though, I haven't found anything about the UX303LB being released with Skylake yet.
Read this, looks legit.

http://www.ultrabookreview.com/81...s-skylake/

Specs look ridiculous for such a small ultrabook, discrete graphics and an i7 Skylake and the 12 gb RAM.
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Quote from ArgoNavis View Post :
Super price, but touchscreen kills the deal. Bulkier and heavier than non-touch, and who needs a touchscreen on a laptop?
Quote from Ditch View Post :
Not to mention the weight of all those pixels!
Exactly! And they should have made it 1366x768 because nobody can tell the difference!LMAO
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I know what you mean - and what's up with the 512GB SSD? Certainly they could shave some weight if they just went with a 128GB SSD instead. Shame, I would've definitely bought it with a 128GB SSD instead of the bulky 512GB SSD.
LMAO
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Any feedback from this laptop? I'm really interested. It seems like it has everything. Even 1 year accidental damage
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Quote from jcab2002 View Post :
Read this, looks legit.

http://www.ultrabookreview.com/81...s-skylake/ [ultrabookreview.com]

Specs look ridiculous for such a small ultrabook, discrete graphics and an i7 Skylake and the 12 gb RAM.
Excellent, rep to you!
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solid notebook, if only it the xps 13 wasn't so sexy already Wink
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