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ASUS - ExpertBook - 14" Full HD Thin & Light Laptop - 8th Gen Intel Core i7 - 16GB DDR4 RAM - 512GB PCIe SSD - Fingerprint - Windows 10 Pro - $649

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great high spec laptop. around $1200 elsewhere

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Created 06-21-2021 at 05:49 PM by FabulousArm6791
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How is an 8th gen cpu considered a good deal?
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How is an 8th gen cpu considered a good deal?
If it is cheap enough for what it comes with and getting a newer cpu isn't going to buy you anything for your use case. Roll Eyes (Sarcastic)

Not everyone is a gamer.
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How is an 8th gen cpu considered a good deal?
The CPU is plenty fast but the iGPU is horribly slow nowadays. If you don't intend to game it'll work just fine.Also it only supports HDMI 1.4b, so you won't be able to connect a 4K display at 60Hz, 24Hz - is what it's capable of.
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How is an 8th gen cpu considered a good deal?
I just received a "new" laptop from the military at work, and it has an 8th gen Intel chip. At least the government is finally starting to use SSDs. With all the added bloatware that the government puts on there, it takes forever to boot.
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