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ASUS Zenbook 14: 14" 2.8K OLED, i5-1240P, 8GB LPDDR5, 256GB SSD $549.99

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  • Intel Core i5-1250P 1.7 GHz (12M Cache, up to 4.4 GHz, 4P+8E cores) 12th-Gen Evo Processor
  • 14" 2.8K (2880 x 1800) 16:10, 90Hz, 600-nits, 100% DCI-P3 (133% sRGB), HDR OLED Display
  • 8GB LPDDR5-4800MHz RAM (Soldered)
  • 256GB NVMe PCIe 4.0 SSD
  • Wi-Fi 6E(802.11ax) (Dual band) 2*2 + BT 5
  • Windows 11 Home
  • Backlit keyboard
  • Fingerprint sensor
  • HD 720p cam
  • 4-cell 75Wh battery
  • 3.06 lbs.
  • Model: Q409ZA-EVO.I5256BL
  • Ports:
    • 2x Thunderbolt 4 supports display / power delivery
    • 1x USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A
    • 1x HDMI 2.0b
    • 1x Headphone jack
    • 1x microSD card reader
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Before anyone points it out, yes, this deal was posted before at $500 few months ago. However, it hasn't dipped down to that price ever since, even on BF. It may as Christmas approaches. Feel free to wait if you can, for those who can't it's $50 more.
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I've never seen Intel CPUs branded like this. Can anyone explain?
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Quote from PueliPow79 :
I've never seen Intel CPUs branded like this. Can anyone explain?
https://www.intel.com/content/www...tions.html

Its the naming scheme for 12th generation processors.
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https://www.intel.com/content/www...tions.html

Its the naming scheme for 12th generation processors.
Here's to hoping that these are actually readable
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Here's to hoping that these are actually readable
Here's their guide for interpreting it:
https://www.intel.com/content/www...mbers.html
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I bought this laptop during the July 4th sale for $500.

Screen is beautiful. It's a nice laptop I use for travel. My only wish was that this thing had 16GB ram -- would have been perfect for my needs. When you boot up, it takes 4gigs ram with nothing running. So you have 4 gigs left for your applications. For traveling, surfing web, some lightroom edits, watching netflix, it's good.

Ask me any questions and I'll try to answer.
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Bought it for $500 as well, excellent device, love it.

Not using it for any heavy stuff, so 8GB RAM works just fine for me.
Only negative thing besides the RAM, would be slow boot, from off.

Btw, RAM isn't upgradable.
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Quote from FatKidEatingCake :
I bought this laptop during the July 4th sale for $500.

Screen is beautiful. It's a nice laptop I use for travel. My only wish was that this thing had 16GB ram -- would have been perfect for my needs. When you boot up, it takes 4gigs ram with nothing running. So you have 4 gigs left for your applications. For traveling, surfing web, some lightroom edits, watching netflix, it's good.

Ask me any questions and I'll try to answer.
My use case will be 99% web browsing and YT videos, any issues with it getting too hot or noisy while doing this? I plan on under-volting too. Looking for a 14in laptop with the "best screen possible" and for the price feels like it will be tough to pass on this. Any reason you wouldn't buy it again?
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I also bought it at $500 in summer. The screen is literally as good as it gets nowadays, whether you're paying $500 or $5000. Beats my 120hz Galaxy tab 7+ OLED, which I use as a second monitor.

Ms office (word, excel, teams, PowerPoint) + 20 browser tabs in edge / brave (don't use chrome) is still manageable with 8gb. I am under 100% memory utilization. But I don't use huge files, I cleaned win11, and I replaced SSD with Samsung pro.

As a media consumption device it's excellent.
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Beware that you cannot upgrade or replace the 8GB RAM. I almost went for this deal a month ago, but that stopped me.
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Isn't the $600 asus vivobook 14x laptop that had this screen but 8gb soldered and 4gb upgradeable a better deal? That same laptop was at Costco for $700.
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My use case will be 99% web browsing and YT videos, any issues with it getting too hot or noisy while doing this? I plan on under-volting too. Looking for a 14in laptop with the "best screen possible" and for the price feels like it will be tough to pass on this. Any reason you wouldn't buy it again?
This is the currently the best screen you can get in a 14" laptop.
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My use case will be 99% web browsing and YT videos, any issues with it getting too hot or noisy while doing this? I plan on under-volting too. Looking for a 14in laptop with the "best screen possible" and for the price feels like it will be tough to pass on this. Any reason you wouldn't buy it again?
This laptop is perfect for the use case you're describing (unless you want a tablet). 1240p is snappy enough and actually beats 1260 in some tests by throttling less. And 12700 needs a jet engine cooling which ruins media consumption experience in more expensive laptops.
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Isn't the $600 asus vivobook 14x laptop that had this screen but 8gb soldered and 4gb upgradeable a better deal? That same laptop was at Costco for $700.
Not for the media consumption use case due to noise and heat.

Plus, Zenbook is just better built, it feels premium vs "budget" Vivobook
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