Asus ZenBook UX330UA i5 (7th gen), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 13.3" QHD+, £499.99 @ Costco
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Asus ZenBook UX330UA i5 (7th gen), 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 13.3" QHD+, £499.99 @ Costco

£499.99costco Deals
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Found 18th May
Seems like a good deal. I'd bite if I hadn't already gone for an Acer Swift 3 recently.

Obviously you need to be a Costco member to get this price (or know someone that will get it for you!).

  • Storage 256GB SSD
  • Memory 8GB
  • Processor Intel Core i5
  • Battery Life Up to 12 hours
  • Wireless Integrated 802.11 AC (WIDI Support)
  • Bluetooth Bluetooth 4.1
  • Graphics Card Intel HD Graphics 620
  • Operating System Windows 10 Home 64
  • Processor Speed Intel Core i5-7200U processor, 3MB cache, up to 3.1GHz
  • Touch Screen No
  • Screen Resolution LED backlit QHD+ (3200x1800) 60Hz Anti-Glare Panel with 72% NTSC
  • Ports 1 x Headphone-out jack (Audio-in Combo), 1 x USB 3.1 TYPE C, 2 x USB 3.0, 1 x Micro HDMI, 1 x Smart Card Reader
  • Built-in Webcam HD Web Camera
  • Storage Type Solid State Drive
  • Brand Asus
  • Colour Grey & Metal
  • Dimensions W 32.3 x D 22.1 x H 1.35 cm
  • Weight 1.2kg
  • Screen Size 13.3 Inch
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Waitin for cheaper one with i5 8250u which is faster, from Dell outlet
Edited by: "linhang90" 18th May
linhang906 m ago

Waitin for cheaper one with i5 8250u which is faster


Cool
linhang9033 m ago

Waitin for cheaper one with i5 8250u which is faster, from Dell outlet


Yeah, there's actually quite a bit of difference between the 7200 and 8250 (for once) due to the 8th gen being 4 core.

I'd still take a 7200 with dedicated GPU over a 8250, but that's probably not the case for non-gamers.
Themadcow21 m ago

Yeah, there's actually quite a bit of difference between the 7200 and 8250 …Yeah, there's actually quite a bit of difference between the 7200 and 8250 (for once) due to the 8th gen being 4 core.I'd still take a 7200 with dedicated GPU over a 8250, but that's probably not the case for non-gamers.


On a Zenbook you can only get a 940mx at this price point which is frankly useless for any semiserious gaming.
Lenovo 720s with 1050 Ti for £899 is best for gamers on a budget. Appreciate that’s significantly more than this.
Themadcow50 m ago

Yeah, there's actually quite a bit of difference between the 7200 and 8250 …Yeah, there's actually quite a bit of difference between the 7200 and 8250 (for once) due to the 8th gen being 4 core.I'd still take a 7200 with dedicated GPU over a 8250, but that's probably not the case for non-gamers.


Is there much difference in speed between the 8th gen i7 and i5 for everyday use, incl. browsing with very high number of tabs (not so much for gaming) ?
TellyLover1 h, 8 m ago

On a Zenbook you can only get a 940mx at this price point which is frankly …On a Zenbook you can only get a 940mx at this price point which is frankly useless for any semiserious gaming.


Yeah, I'd agree with that - but there was a Swift 3 with an MX150 a couple of months ago for £550 and that's actually a decent option for someone who wants to do light gaming.
alien748 m ago

Shocking retailer …Shocking retailer reviews=>https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/www.costco.co.uk


Wow those reviews are shockingly bad
Need a Zenbook deal for the 15.6 version with 8th gen i5.
Anyone know if this will run PUBG? Thanks
Nice spot, need to hold out for one with a touch screen though.
darthybaby49 m ago

Anyone know if this will run PUBG? Thanks


No. There is no discrete GPU and the native screen resolution is huge anyway.


Try the laptop deals on here with 1080p screens and GTX1050 graphics, as a minimum. It'll just about manage it but not brilliant, 1050ti and GTX1060 much more preferable.

Think £600 and up and up.......for a gaming laptop.
Is this price including VAT
sbirsen18th May

Is there much difference in speed between the 8th gen i7 and i5 for …Is there much difference in speed between the 8th gen i7 and i5 for everyday use, incl. browsing with very high number of tabs (not so much for gaming) ?


Why would browsing even with many tabs open stress the processor that much?
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