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Acer Predator Gaming Laptop 17 X Manufacturer Refurbished $1589 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 SSD G-SYNC VR Machine

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I think excellent price. Amazon sells for $$2300 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074JBK...g=UTF8&me= and ebay refurbished sold is $1700+. Warrany is 90 days and return 30 days.
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I definitely haven't seen a GTX 1080 laptop for less. Those suckers are expensive.
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GTX1080 at this price is unbeatable.
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What refresh rate on the gsync? They never list it

75hz ips, not terrible
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Shipping kills the deal
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10.03 pounds.
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Sub 2k 1080 is on point, good deal.

Little scared of the refurb, always hurts your ability to get accident extended warranty. Which is key, at least for me, on portable electronics.

Still worth a look, might wanna flesh out your post a bit. (Specs)
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About 10 months ago, someone posted on youtube that you can get this brand new for $1999. That makes this an ok deal after probably a year in the market and this being refurbished product...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8YJ7LltoMU
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GTX1080 at this price is unbeatable.
Yes good price and Acer had 4K version for $2,000 around new year time
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10.03 pounds.
Dealbreaker. I was planning on using this thing on my lap while packed into a sardine can of an airplane.
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Dealbreaker. I was planning on using this thing on my lap while packed into a sardine can of an airplane.
It also has a large heavy brick airline weight restrictions may force you to ship it (ja ja)..stays pretty cool though on your lap
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Sub 2k 1080 is on point, good deal.

Little scared of the refurb, always hurts your ability to get accident extended warranty. Which is key, at least for me, on portable electronics.

Still worth a look, might wanna flesh out your post a bit. (Specs)
There is a company called Staymobile, that offers a protect plan for $89.99 a year. They will cover any laptop repairs up to the value of the device. I got this laptop and that's what I got. Never had a problem with it yet but it good to get it covered incase something does.
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There is a company called Staymobile, that offers a protect plan for $89.99 a year. They will cover any laptop repairs up to the value of the device. I got this laptop and that's what I got. Never had a problem with it yet but it good to get it covered incase something does.
Yea I've seen a lot of new insurance providers pop up on mobile devices. The key, again at least for me, is accident protection. Refurbished items in general don't get the coverage, new ones are afforded (whether it's length of policy or lack of the above). Anything I can carry around I cover.

Squaretrade has cut a check to me for two laptops. Full retail value payout. Wife left one outside in the rain and one was abused at the dorm by a kiddo. They are subsidized by Allstate now, I've had nothing but great experiences with them.

As far as the weight, I agree with y'all's opinion but I would point out that most desktop replacements; ie:1070/1080 video card based systems with a 17" form factor, are generally like carrying around a small child.

I don't recall any weight restrictions on carry-ons tho. I used to lug my 17" in my backpack on many trips power brick included.
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Yea I've seen a lot of new insurance providers pop up on mobile devices. The key, again at least for me, is accident protection. Refurbished items in general don't get the coverage, new ones are afforded (whether it's length of policy or lack of the above). Anything I can carry around I cover.

Squaretrade has cut a check to me for two laptops. Full retail value payout. Wife left one outside in the rain and one was abused at the dorm by a kiddo. They are subsidized by Allstate now, I've had nothing but great experiences with them.

As far as the weight, I agree with y'all's opinion but I would point out that most desktop replacements; ie:1070/1080 video card based systems with a 17" form factor, are generally like carrying around a small child.

I don't recall any weight restrictions on carry-ons tho. I used to lug my 17" in my backpack on many trips power brick included.

I appreciate the input on square trade... I have often wondered about a true non-biased review on the company.... I now wont hesitate to use them based upon your good experience.. thanks for taking the time to post.. repped
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