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ASUS ExpertBook B1500 15.6" Full HD Laptop (Intel Core i5-1135G7, 512GB SSD, 8GB RAM) £399.99 @ Amazon

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Intel Core i5-1135G7 Processor 2.4 GHz (8M Cache, up to 4.2 GHz, 4 cores)
8GB DDR4 RAM on board
512GB M.2 NVMe PCIe 3.0 SSD
Display: 15.6-inch, FHD (1920 x 1080) 16:9, Wide view, Anti-glare display, LED Backlit, 250nits, NTSC: 45%, Screen-to-body ratio:90 %
Operating System : Windows 10 Home with free upgrade to Windows 11

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Perfectly-balanced power
Enjoy heavy-duty performance on ASUS ExpertBook B1, with a choice of advanced processors and discrete graphics, delivering the powerful performance you need to get the job done. Coupled with DDR4 memory and capacious storage, B1 is the everyday laptop that equips you for even the most intensive tasks and ensures quick access to the content you need.

Making life easier
ExpertBook B1 is engineered from the ground up to ease every aspect of your working, with a raft of innovative and configurable user-friendly features to drive your productivity. These include backlit keyboard, Ergolift hinge, and lay-flat display. The display is designed to make life easier, with a hinge that allows it to swing through a full 180° — perfect for sharing information with friends, colleagues or classmates.

Lay-flat display
The extended 180-degree hinge is smooth, flexible and durable, and allows the display to be laid flat for fast collaboration.

Freewheeling mobility
ASUS ExpertBook B1 is a thin and light business laptop, weighing as little as 1.73 kg — so it’s handy to carry anywhere. Just pick up and go!

The narrow-bezel Nano
Edge display features a frameless three-sided wide-view, with slim bezels that create a 90% screen-to-body ratio for incredibly immersive viewing experiences.

Fingerprint-reading power button
ExpertBook B1 has built-in biometric security, with a fingerprint sensor that’s integrated into the power button. So, just tap the button to switch on and log in - no difficult-to-remember passwords or PIN required!
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    Rightly or wrongly decided to have a go with this Asus, was hesitating as I wanted a backlit keyboard which Amazon spec didn't mention, but found out it has one, I like the ability to update the Ram if required, I also note the comments about the screen, hopefully will be ok for me and I will not end up returning it..
    The screen might not be as bad as I thought it's a 250 nit IPS display and from reviews it's pretty decent although not as good as on the Galaxy Book. (edited)
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    Oh damn, this thing has VGA.

    It doesn't seem a bad price for what it is. Somewhat slim and light, RAM seems upgradeable. Also, power button integrates fingerprint reader

    Though, the screen is underwhelming at 250 nits (this puts outdoor use in the sunlight out of the question entirely). Plus, while the 42WHrs is ok for this type of laptop and price, I would like a bit more battery capacity. (edited)
    I'm guessing Asus think it's still used by "experts" !?
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    Received this morning, set up and downloading windows 11 now, so far impressed for the price paid..

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    Not a very good deal considering the deals that have been posted over the weekend.
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    Hi Im not very techy. This deal looks much better than this one that is over 1000 heat hotukdeals.com/dea…500

    Samsung Galaxy Book Laptop, Intel Core i5, 8GB, 256GB SSD, 15.6" Full HD with 3 year guarantee - £399.20

    Am I missing something? Which is better?

    From what I can see this one has features the Samsung lacks

    Longer battery life
    Better build quality
    Expandable Ram
    Better connectivity via ports

    Any smart folk out there able to help us make our minds up? (edited)
    I don't think you can go wrong either way if you're just a typical user.

    I'd opt for neither of these just because neither has the features I'm looking for. But I think the Samsung may be more preferable despite the RAM not being user upgradeable as 8GB is absolutely fine for most, and also despite the lack of Ethernet port. This is because the screen is a bit brighter, the chassis is a bit lighter, and it does actually have another SSD slot (the Samsung website fails to mention the interface, however). Plus the 3 year guarantee seems good. I even read the power button also acts as a fingerprint reader, but it is apparently unreliable.

    Just to note, 256GB storage is more than enough unless you plan on downloading games or storing your photos/videos on it. But it won't be good for games anyway!

    I would say keep your eyes peeled because eBay just dropped a 10% off coupon and there may be some good deals popping up today. (edited)
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    Anonymous User
    Too old R3, look for 4300u at least, or R5 3500u (edited)
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    So the Samsung seems like a better laptop than this? I really like the Samsung but undecided as yet? Any recommendations?
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    Anyone know if I might get linux running on this machine?
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    Has anyone upgraded the ram yet? , does it need DDR4-2666 or DDR4-3200 ?
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    Gone up to £419.99 now and only 2 left at Amazon