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ASUS Q427FL 14" Touchscreen Laptop: 1080p, i7-10510U, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, MX250 EXPIRED

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Specs
  • 14" 1920x1080 Touchscreen IPS display
  • Intel Core i7-10510U quad-core (eight-thread) processor
  • 16GB 2133 MHz LPDDR3 RAM
  • 512GB PCIe M.2 Solid State Drive
  • NVIDIA GeForce MX250 2GB GDDR5 Graphics
  • Dual Band WiFi 6 802.11ax (2x2) + Bluetooth 5.0
  • RGB backlit keyboard
  • Windows 10 Home
  • 3-Cell 50 WHr Li-Polymer Battery
  • Weight: 3.2 lbs. (0.7" thin)
  • Ports
    • 1x USB 3.1 Type A Gen 2
    • 1x USB 2.0 Type A
    • 1x USB 3.1 Type C Gen 1
    • 1x HDMI 1.4
    • 1x Audio Combo Jack
    • 1x Micro SDXC Card Slot
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10th gen i7 - 16gb ram -512gb SSD


Open box $830

https://www.bestbuy.com/site/asus...Id=6373045
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Review on BB site:

So first off. This is a Best Buy only model. While that isn't bad or good, if you are searching for reviews then you won't find any because it is specific only to BBY and ASUS doesn't send it out to popular tech sites to review. However, this is basically a ASUS Flip 14 (UX463FL) if you want to check out some reviews on a similar PC. I've done a bunch of research on this and the only difference that I can see is 1) Color and 2) this laptop does not have "ScreenPad 2.0" which is a small screen in the track pad that lets you do stuff and watch videos on the mouse pad and switch applications. Otherwise all the specs are 100% identical. So first, the stuff I like: 1) Specs are great. For this price a 16GB/512GB laptop with any sort of graphics is pretty impressive. It also has BlueTooth 5 and WiFi 6 2) The screen is nice. Easy to see and very clear. It is the same size as a 13 inch laptop but the bezels are smaller so ASUS was able to fit 14 inches of screen into it 3) Lots of ports for anything you need 4) Keyboard is pleasant to type on and when you open the screen it elevates the keyboard slightly. If you need a more aggressive angle you'll have to find a work around for it. 5) Performance is snappy 6) back lit keyboard 7) the track pad has a number keypad on it and you can type numbers into it if needed. Not sure how useful it is but to me it shows that ASUS is still trying to innovate. 8) build quality seems solid. No complaints so far. Here are some of the things I DON'T like about this laptop. Granted some are small but I'm going to point them out anyway. 1) the charging cable. Why do I have to get a new cable every time I purchase a new computer? USB-C is now the standard so can we please please please start using that? (Also, the USB-C port will not charge the laptop. I tried. 2) There is your normal bunch of MicroSoft and ASUS bloatware installed. But it really isn't that bad. But still, bloatware is always a negative to me 3) The dude at BBY didn't know much about this model. He insisted that it had that ScreenPad thing in it and it clearly does not. My point is that you are pretty much on your own for questions and research other than comparing it to the previously mentioned model in the first part of my review. Here are some things that I wanted to know but had a hard time finding out 1) The USB-C will not charge the Laptop 2) the USB-C can not be used for video output. Finally, I ran NovaBench on this for some basic performance scores. Overall: 1546 CPU: 825 RAM: 256 GPU: 379 Disk: 86. Hope this helps. Also, best I can tell, if you have some knowledge of doing computer work yourself, the SSD looks to be able to be removed and increased. Not sure about the RAM though. Good luck.
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The Lenovo Flex 15" from Costco has identical specs, DDR4 RAM, a larger screen, and a potentially free 4 year warranty for $770.
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seems good specs for the price, other than it saying lddr3. I know people say that isn't the same as regular ddr3, but still.
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how many nits is the screen?
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power over usb? i can't find anything on the best buy faq or the asus site about it. i'll assume not but with a 10th gen processor i thought maybe it'd be new enough to.
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Is this the same quality as their Zenbook lines? Can't find zenbook in description
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Processor is the
i7-10510U

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The Lenovo Flex 15" from Costco has identical specs, DDR4 RAM, a larger screen, and a potentially free 4 year warranty for $770.
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This or Lenovo C940?
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how many nits is the screen?
274 nits of brightness, according to Laptop Mag review:

https://www.laptopmag.com/reviews...ok-flip-14
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Is this the same quality as their Zenbook lines? Can't find zenbook in description
I believe this is the zenbook flip, right?

https://www.laptopmag.com/reviews...ok-flip-14
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I bought one from BBY. Getting it delivered tomorrow. Great specs on this laptop. Did tons of research and finally pulled the trigger. Will probably upgrade to W10 Pro. I believe the RAM is soldered but should be able to upgrade M2 PCIe hard drive.
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power over usb? i can't find anything on the best buy faq or the asus site about it. i'll assume not but with a 10th gen processor i thought maybe it'd be new enough to.
No power with usb-c. You have to use the power adapter.
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Review on BB site:

So first off. This is a Best Buy only model. While that isn't bad or good, if you are searching for reviews then you won't find any because it is specific only to BBY and ASUS doesn't send it out to popular tech sites to review. However, this is basically a ASUS Flip 14 (UX463FL) if you want to check out some reviews on a similar PC. I've done a bunch of research on this and the only difference that I can see is 1) Color and 2) this laptop does not have "ScreenPad 2.0" which is a small screen in the track pad that lets you do stuff and watch videos on the mouse pad and switch applications. Otherwise all the specs are 100% identical. So first, the stuff I like: 1) Specs are great. For this price a 16GB/512GB laptop with any sort of graphics is pretty impressive. It also has BlueTooth 5 and WiFi 6 2) The screen is nice. Easy to see and very clear. It is the same size as a 13 inch laptop but the bezels are smaller so ASUS was able to fit 14 inches of screen into it 3) Lots of ports for anything you need 4) Keyboard is pleasant to type on and when you open the screen it elevates the keyboard slightly. If you need a more aggressive angle you'll have to find a work around for it. 5) Performance is snappy 6) back lit keyboard 7) the track pad has a number keypad on it and you can type numbers into it if needed. Not sure how useful it is but to me it shows that ASUS is still trying to innovate. 8) build quality seems solid. No complaints so far. Here are some of the things I DON'T like about this laptop. Granted some are small but I'm going to point them out anyway. 1) the charging cable. Why do I have to get a new cable every time I purchase a new computer? USB-C is now the standard so can we please please please start using that? (Also, the USB-C port will not charge the laptop. I tried. 2) There is your normal bunch of MicroSoft and ASUS bloatware installed. But it really isn't that bad. But still, bloatware is always a negative to me 3) The dude at BBY didn't know much about this model. He insisted that it had that ScreenPad thing in it and it clearly does not. My point is that you are pretty much on your own for questions and research other than comparing it to the previously mentioned model in the first part of my review. Here are some things that I wanted to know but had a hard time finding out 1) The USB-C will not charge the Laptop 2) the USB-C can not be used for video output. Finally, I ran NovaBench on this for some basic performance scores. Overall: 1546 CPU: 825 RAM: 256 GPU: 379 Disk: 86. Hope this helps. Also, best I can tell, if you have some knowledge of doing computer work yourself, the SSD looks to be able to be removed and increased. Not sure about the RAM though. Good luck.
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This or Lenovo C940?
C940 is far superior, but also more $.
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