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ASUS ZenBook Flip 13.3" 2-in-1 Laptop: m3-7Y30, 8GB DDR3, 256GB SSD EXPIRED

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Walmart has ASUS ZenBook Flip 13.3" 2-in-1 Laptop (UX360CA-UHM1T) for $449. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available if stock permits. Thanks Rabble_Rabble_Rabble

Specs:
  • Intel Core m3-7Y30 2.60GHz CPU
  • 13.3" 1920x1080 IPS Touchscreen Display
  • 8GB DDR3 Memory
  • 256GB Solid State Drive
  • Intel HD Graphics 615
    • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C
    • 2x USB 3.0
    • 1x microHDMI
  • 3-Cell Battery
  • Windows 10
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Walmart [walmart.com] has the ASUS ZenBook Flip 13.3" 2-in-1 Laptop (UX360CA-UHM1T) for $449. Shipping is free or choose in store pickup.

Specs:
  • Intel Core m3-7Y30 2.60GHz CPU
  • 13.3" 1920x1080 IPS Touchscreen Display
  • 8GB DDR3 Memory
  • 256GB Solid State Drive
  • Intel HD Graphics 615
  • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C
  • 2x USB 3.0
  • 1x microHDMI
  • 3-Cell Battery
  • Windows 10
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$450 and it's 2.87lbs. No it doesn't have a super thin bezel display to reduce the overall size, but again, it's $450 and 2.87lbs. Quit unreasonably nitpicking.


EDIT: Out of curiosity I compared this ASUS to a Macbook Air 13 and a Dell XPS 13.

ASUS Flip X360CA: 12.71 x 8.66 x .54 inches (WxDxH)

Macbook Air 13: 12.9 x 8.94 x .68 inches (WxDxH)

Dell XPS 13: 11.98 x 7.88 x .6 inches (WxDxH)


So the ASUS is smaller and lighter (2.87 vs 2.96 lbs) than the Macbook Air 13 and just 3/4" of an inch larger than the Dell XPS in width and depth, yet its problem is that it's too big? Those are premium, traditional laptops twice the ASUS' price and the ASUS is a 2-in-1 to boot. Quit makin' stuff up and get out of here with your bullshit.
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If i recall right the deal here was the processor power draw is less than the ix-xxxxu processors. This lets those small batteries last longer and overall contribute to the lower weight. If you don't care if the laptop weighs 3 to 6 lbs than you will definitely have much better options on a spec by spec basis. If you want a laptop thats .5 inches thick and lighter you are going to see a lot of these specs unless your budget is on the high end.

Personally the 8th gen asus vivobook would be my preference but you need to add the ssd making that cost 590ish (plus your time and effort etc) and there is no touch screen. That unit is still thicker and heavier than this one and i would bet this ones battery life is over the 5 hours the vivobook gets.

So in comparison i think this is a pretty good deal overall if your budget cannot exceed 500 and you want thin and light. Processing power is great and all but if you literally don't do anything higher than checking your email its a non issue really imo. The ssd is way more important than personally preferences like thin, light, convertable touch etc.
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Not sure where you guys are getting your battery estimates from (or what your usage is) but mine with moderate use easily gets 8-9 hours.

Previous m3-6y30 model:
https://www.laptopmag.com/reviews...ip-ux360ca



I'd love for those complaining about the price and lack of i5 to show another 1080p laptop under 3lbs that has a near 10 hour battery life and similar specs (8GB ram, 256GB SSD). I guarantee those i5 laptops will have half the battery life and weigh at least 3.5 pounds.

The m3 is more than suitable for everyday tasks. This laptop is all about striking a balance between portability, battery life, and adequate enough power. It's fanless so you never hear a sound.

I can haul this thing to Starbucks and work all day without worrying about an outlet.
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Thinking the same here. 35xx passmark is meh at this price.
If i recall right the deal here was the processor power draw is less than the ix-xxxxu processors. This lets those small batteries last longer and overall contribute to the lower weight. If you don't care if the laptop weighs 3 to 6 lbs than you will definitely have much better options on a spec by spec basis. If you want a laptop thats .5 inches thick and lighter you are going to see a lot of these specs unless your budget is on the high end.

Personally the 8th gen asus vivobook would be my preference but you need to add the ssd making that cost 590ish (plus your time and effort etc) and there is no touch screen. That unit is still thicker and heavier than this one and i would bet this ones battery life is over the 5 hours the vivobook gets.

So in comparison i think this is a pretty good deal overall if your budget cannot exceed 500 and you want thin and light. Processing power is great and all but if you literally don't do anything higher than checking your email its a non issue really imo. The ssd is way more important than personally preferences like thin, light, convertable touch etc.
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this is def not for someone who is looking for a powerful laptop.
however, this is great for someone who does light usage with frequent travel with decent battery life.
battery life is around 5~6hrs and it weights 2.5~2.6lb.
perfect for college usage for the price.
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Is the brightness really mediocre to bad on this unit?

Most reviews says so but that's for the m6. This one is the m7.
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Not sure where you guys are getting your battery estimates from (or what your usage is) but mine with moderate use easily gets 8-9 hours.

Previous m3-6y30 model:
https://www.laptopmag.com/reviews...ip-ux360ca

Quote :
"The ZenBook Flip lasts far longer than other 13-inch 2-in-1s on a charge, enduring 9 hours and 58 minutes on the Laptop Mag Battery Test, which continuously browses the web over Wi-Fi."
I'd love for those complaining about the price and lack of i5 to show another 1080p laptop under 3lbs that has a near 10 hour battery life and similar specs (8GB ram, 256GB SSD). I guarantee those i5 laptops will have half the battery life and weigh at least 3.5 pounds.

The m3 is more than suitable for everyday tasks. This laptop is all about striking a balance between portability, battery life, and adequate enough power. It's fanless so you never hear a sound.

I can haul this thing to Starbucks and work all day without worrying about an outlet.
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What screen resolution ?


Can a power bank charge it ?
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Thanks, purchased at $479 a couple weeks ago, chatted with CS for a price match.
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ordered with 10% discover
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Argh! I just want one of these things to have a Thunderbolt 3 port.
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Argh! I just want one of these things to have a Thunderbolt 3 port.
Not likely for anything less than $750+. The controller costs a premium and serves as yet another differentiator between budget and higher end models. A gen 3 hub costs almost as much as this entire system in some cases.
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