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CyberPower Tracer 15.6" Laptop: i7-6700HQ, 16GB DDR4, 480GB SSD EXPIRED

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CyberPowerPC.com has CyberPower Tracer 15 Gaming Laptop + $50 Amex Gift Card + $100 Window Store Gift Card for $738 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free. Thanks LSoares1
  1. Click here to get started
  2. Under Black Friday Featured Promotions, select "CyberPowerPC AULA Explosive Gaming Headset ($29 Value)!] [+0]" & "Razer Deathadder Chroma Gaming Mouse [+0]"
  3. Under Message, select "FREE $50 Amex Gift Card with all Deskotops or Laptops purchase [+0][Black Friday Daily Deal - Today ONLY!]"
  4. Under Freebies, select "FREE Black Death & 4-Game Mystery Bundle [+0]"
  5. Under Hard Drive, select "480GB Kingston SSDNow UV400 SATA-III 6.0Gb/s SSD - 550MB/s Read and 500MB/s Write (Single Drive) [-61] [Black Friday Mega Sales - Free upgrade from 240GB Sandisk Z410 SSD (Primary Hard Drive - Single Drive Only)]"
  6. Under Operating System, select "Windows 10 Home (64-bit Edition) w/ $100 Windows Store Gift Card [+0][Black Friday Mega Sales - Free $100 Gift Card with Windows 10 Intel® Based Desktops & Laptops!]"
  7. Under Security Software, select "McAfee AntiVirus Plus [Black Friday Mega Sales - FREE McAfee Anti Virus Plus for all Desktops & Laptops]"
  8. Add to cart.
  9. Total will be $738. Shipping is free.
Specs
  • 2.6GHz Intel Core i7-6700HQ CPU (6th Gen Skylake)
  • 15.6" 1920x1080 Full HD IPS Display
  • 16GB DDR4 Memory
  • 480GB Kingston SSD
  • Nvidia GeForce GTX 965M Video Card
  • Dual Band WiFi AC + Bluetooth 4.0
  • Red Backlit Keyboard
  • Windows 10 Home
  • 6-Cell Battery
  • Ports
    • 2x USB 3.0
    • 1x USB 3.1
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
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UPDATED: Now $738 with increase of RAM to 16GB and slight decrease in SSD capacity (512GB to 480GB)
Use this link:
http://www.cyberpowerpc.com/saved/1JB4T4


Very Similar to the deal from a few days ago, but with only 8GB RAM vs 16GB last time
If you missed it and wanted it, you can now get a good laptop.

Inlcudes for free
  1. $100 Window Store Gift Card
  2. CyberPowerPC AULA Explosive Gaming Headset
  3. Razer Abyssus Gaming Mouse + Mousepad

Edit: Or, use this Pre-configured Laptop Link to Automatically add everything mentioned below: Link [cyberpowerpc.com]

Click here [cyberpowerpc.com]
Scroll down to the Early Black Friday Tracer 15 Special, and click customize
Make sure to select the freebies listed above.

Add to cart
Total should now be $799 w/ free shipping
Specs:
Intel Core i7-6700HQ 2.6GHz CPU (6th Gen Skylake)
15.6" 1920x1080 IPS Display
8GB DDR4
512GB Sandisk X400 M.2 SSD
Nvidia GTX 965M 4GB GDDR5 Graphics Card
2x USB 3.0
1x USB 3.1
2x USB 2.0
1x HDMI
Red Backlit Keyboard
Dual Band WiFi AC + Bluetooth 4.0
6-cell Battery
Windows 10 Home
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You should probably add that it has a 965m to the title.
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So, $200 more for a lower-spec GPU @ Costco, doesn't make sense.
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As good as the raw hardware is for the price, I'm very concerned this isn't a smart purchase. After all the deals on Slickdeals it's basically impossible to find a real review from anyone on this machine. I've never seen anything like it, there just aren't reviews. There's an unboxing on YouTube by a 13 year old. Seems like an $800 gamble. I want to believe but I've never seen anything with basically no reviews.
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Can anyone vouch for this "cyber power" brand
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As good as the raw hardware is for the price, I'm very concerned this isn't a smart purchase. After all the deals on Slickdeals it's basically impossible to find a real review from anyone on this machine. I've never seen anything like it, there just aren't reviews. There's an unboxing on YouTube by a 13 year old. Seems like an $800 gamble. I want to believe but I've never seen anything with basically no reviews.
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Can anyone vouch for this "cyber power" brand
I've owned one in the past, and a close friend owns one now. Granted, both of ours are desktops. The build quality is good and both of our units were 100% operational when we received them (fresh install of Windows, worked perfectly out of the box). Wiring was messy, but that won't be an issue with a laptop. My only gripe is that CyberPower doesn't always use name-brand components, but that's also how they keep the cost down.
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As good as the raw hardware is for the price, I'm very concerned this isn't a smart purchase. After all the deals on Slickdeals it's basically impossible to find a real review from anyone on this machine. I've never seen anything like it, there just aren't reviews. There's an unboxing on YouTube by a 13 year old. Seems like an $800 gamble. I want to believe but I've never seen anything with basically no reviews.
Someone in the other thread I believe said this is a rebranded MSI, but don't quote me on that.
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Someone in the other thread I believe said this is a rebranded MSI, but don't quote me on that.
It looks like one, and I would think it'd be better for them to state that so we'd get an Idea for quality, like ibuypower always mentions if it's an MSI. If it was like $500-$600 I'd consider just risking it. Costco has an Asus with a 960 for $1000 with extended warranty included. And I know Costco customer service. I'd feel better if notebookcheck or someone reviewed this machine first
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It looks like one, and I would think it'd be better for them to state that so we'd get an Idea for quality, like ibuypower always mentions if it's an MSI. If it was like $500-$600 I'd consider just risking it. Costco has an Asus with a 960 for $1000 with extended warranty included. And I know Costco customer service. I'd feel better if notebookcheck or someone reviewed this machine first
So, $200 more for a lower-spec GPU @ Costco, doesn't make sense.
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I found this review on consumer affairs:

"I bought the Tracer-15 200 laptop and not even three months the LCD back cover breaks after use. I just opened my laptop like any other day and the LCD back cover breaks from the inside screws without forcing it. I guess that's what happens when they are cheap on getting LCD back covers that are screwed with only the back cover. The nut screws attached to the back LCD cover broke off and now I can even open or close my screen without trying to break the screen.

I called them said I have to ship it and I have to pay to ship, the part, and labor asking for more than what its worth. The folding arm that makes the LCD close and open is good it's just the case that wasn't well built but they say it's physical damage and is not covered by the warranty. I ask if I could get the cover itself and buy it they just said to either go to Best Buy or else where to fix it. If anyone know where to get the back cover replacement for it or the whole body case please help and message me. "
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So, $200 more for a lower-spec GPU @ Costco, doesn't make sense.
You're buying a brand name and an extended warranty. I'm not willing to pay $1000 but you know what you're getting. Here there's no information to make this worth $800 except the raw parts. Cyberpowerpc had something similar and it was a MSI so you could research and determine quality
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You're buying a brand name and an extended warranty. I'm not willing to pay $1000 but you know what you're getting. Here there's no information to make this worth $800 except the raw parts. Cyberpowerpc had something similar and it was a MSI so you could research and determine quality
If you're going to pay that much, you might as well keep going and get one with a 1060. Maybe once some people get theirs from the last deal, there will be more information and reviews.
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The deal they ran on this laptop 2 weeks ago was better. (Better headset, 16GB RAM instead of 8GB)

With that being said, this is still a decent deal considering you get bunch of freebies with it. The gtx 965m is about 70-80% faster than the usual gtx 960m we see in this price range. The OEM for this laptop is the same as one of the MSI models that's currently out there.

Also, you can configure this laptop without the OS or the HDD for $624, which makes it a great deal for me since I already have a copy of Windows 10 and a 256GB M.2 SSD laying around.
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This is a much better deal

http://www.xoticpc.com/msi-gs60-g...-8286.html

This is 100 dollars more ( 999 - 100 rebate), with a better design, twice the RAM, and actual reviews online.
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This is a much better deal

http://www.xoticpc.com/msi-gs60-g...-8286.html [xoticpc.com]

This is 100 dollars more ( 999 - 100 rebate), with a better design, twice the RAM, and actual reviews online.
This is with the old Intel CPU: Broadwell compare to the latest one SkyLake here.
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This is with the old Intel CPU: Broadwell compare to the latest one SkyLake here.
it's look like i7 5700hq even faster than i7 6700hq
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