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Aero 15s OLED 9750H GTX 1650 256gb NVME 8gb DDR4 RAM $1099

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This is my first time posting so please be considerate. Smilie

I actually bought this laptop 2 months ago and it was priced $1,249. It was a good deal that time since it's already an OLED laptop with a sizeable battery (94WH) and all aluminum build- I especially like the silver color compared to the standard black- You still get the freebies which I got a backpack, neck pillow and some stickers.

I know the GPU is kinda basic (GTX 1650) but for this price point especially the OLED panel and 4k. Nothing comes close IMO. So yeah check it out!

https://store.gigabyte.us/free-bu...10-silver/
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In for one. Thanks OP.

Seems also for $400 more there is a model with 512GB/16GB/GTX1660Ti
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8gb ram/256gb SSD

Killer WiFi AX1650

4.4 lbs/0.78" thick
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RAM expandable up to 64!

Room for additional storage!!

Anyone have experience with opening this thing up?

The only MIA is see is a fingerprint reader. Anything else?
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especially the OLED panel and 4k
are those 2 really desirable on a laptop?

OLED = Burn in, especially prevalent on Windows which has a lot of static UI. You've probably noticed it on display models if you've been to Best Buy or something.
4k seems kind of pointless on a laptop and Windows 4k scaling still has issues.
Also drains a lot of battery but I think the huge battery makes up for it.
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are those 2 really desirable on a laptop?

OLED = Burn in, especially prevalent on Windows which has a lot of static UI. You've probably noticed it on display models if you've been to Best Buy or something.
4k seems kind of pointless on a laptop and Windows 4k scaling still has issues.
Also drains a lot of battery but I think the huge battery makes up for it.
The specs seemed geared toward content creation, with the exception of the ram which is a cheap and easy upgrade.
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The specs seemed geared toward content creation, with the exception of the ram which is a cheap and easy upgrade.
That's worse! Photoshop panels or something like that being stuck on this screen for hours on end, will certainly result in burnin for the display. Crud, I Had a Galaxy S8 burn in from using a GPS app.
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That's worse! Photoshop panels or something like that being stuck on this screen for hours on end, will certainly result in burnin for the display. Crud, I Had a Galaxy S8 burn in from using a GPS app.
I'm sorry you had a bad experience with your S8.
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That's worse! Photoshop panels or something like that being stuck on this screen for hours on end, will certainly result in burnin for the display. Crud, I Had a Galaxy S8 burn in from using a GPS app.
That's why I'm happy with my LG g7 ips screen. No burn in and easier on my eyes. Trade off is that the blacks look dark gray
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are those 2 really desirable on a laptop?

OLED = Burn in, especially prevalent on Windows which has a lot of static UI. You've probably noticed it on display models if you've been to Best Buy or something.
4k seems kind of pointless on a laptop and Windows 4k scaling still has issues.
Also drains a lot of battery but I think the huge battery makes up for it.
As someone who just picked up an OLED XPS 15 on the cheap ($1,040 open box from Microcenter), I can confidently say, yes, if you're looking for something with incredible media viewing or production capabilities, something similar to that IS going to be highly desirable.

Especially at/near the price I paid. I dig the white/clean aesthetic of this laptop but I can't justify returning the Dell for it because the build quality, battery and storage performance are all still going to be superior with the Dell. Cooling also isn't as bad as you'd think if you undervolt and repaste (9750h was the last Intel chip capable of user undervolting).
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If it uses a newer tv hdr pixel layout burn in souldnt be a factor unless u leave it on while not in use... Better than plasma and crt s we're... Use my old t.v. lg c9 as pc monitor..4000hrs since November
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If it uses a newer tv hdr pixel layout burn in souldnt be a factor unless u leave it on while not in use... Better than plasma and crt s we're... Use my old t.v. lg c9 as pc monitor..4000hrs since November
Even newer layouts still experience the issue as rtings has shown multiple times. The problem is with static images like, say, the CNN Logo, or the Chrome menu bar, the Photoshop tool bars, and the like.
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Even newer layouts still experience the issue as rtings has shown multiple times. The problem is with static images like, say, the CNN Logo, or the Chrome menu bar, the Photoshop tool bars, and the like.
You are officially the OLED hater of Slickdeals 😂
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The specs seemed geared toward content creation, with the exception of the ram which is a cheap and easy upgrade.
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As someone who just picked up an OLED XPS 15 on the cheap ($1,040 open box from Microcenter), I can confidently say, yes, if you're looking for something with incredible media viewing or production capabilities, something similar to that IS going to be highly desirable.

Especially at/near the price I paid. I dig the white/clean aesthetic of this laptop but I can't justify returning the Dell for it because the build quality, battery and storage performance are all still going to be superior with the Dell. Cooling also isn't as bad as you'd think if you undervolt and repaste (9750h was the last Intel chip capable of user undervolting).
ignoring the fact that you wouldn't want to use a display with burnt-in images for content creation for obvious reasons, OLED also has the issue of varying color gamut depending on brightness.
so I'd personally prefer a high-quality IPS panel instead even for content creation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtQPwbftSLg (skip to 7:00)
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ignoring the fact that you wouldn't want to use a display with burnt-in images for content creation for obvious reasons, OLED also has the issue of varying color gamut depending on brightness.
so I'd personally prefer a high-quality IPS panel instead even for content creation
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtQPwbftSLg (skip to 7:00)
Didn't rtings have to leave them in for 24/7 for months to get any burn in?
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