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Asus VivoBook F402BA-EB94 Laptop: AMD A9-9420, 14" 1080p, 8GB DDR3, 256GB SSD, Radeon R5, Win 10 $389.99 AC + Free Shipping @ Newegg

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Asus VivoBook F402BA-EB94 Laptop: AMD A9-9420, 14" 1080p, 8GB DDR3, 256GB SSD, Radeon R5, USB Type-C, Win 10 (Dark Blue) $389.99 + Free Shipping
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Created 11-17-2017 at 06:29 AM by delz4stelz
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This seems pretty decent for this price range. Especially the 14" screen. But im not so literate when it comes to AMD products, so does anyone know what kind of/battery life/light gaming performance (rainbow 6/fortnite on low settings) one can expect?
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If this had a backlit keyboard, I would be the perfect fit for me. I hate having to dive into the specs and reviews to find out if a laptop has a backlit keyboard. That info should be right up there in the main specs of every page. Arrgh!
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If this had a backlit keyboard, I would be the perfect fit for me. I hate having to dive into the specs and reviews to find out if a laptop has a backlit keyboard. That info should be right up there in the main specs of every page. Arrgh!
Amen it makes me mad how they sometimes show battery life (which you cant believe) or just the cell count or type of battery (lithium ion, polymer, whatever prismatic is). The newer thing is they are sometimes giving you the mah rating but don't explain what it means at all and that its per cell and not a total mah rating. So some of these laptops will have 2 cell batteries with 4000mah and some will have 3 cells with 2000mah and consumers think the three cell is better.

Really there should be a requirement to give the proper translated kWh number.
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