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ASUS VivoBook Slim S510UQ-BQ517T 15.6-Inch Laptop (Gold) - (Intel Core i5-8250U, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce 940MX Graphics, Windows 10) £649.99 @ Amazon
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Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
Best priced 8th generation i5 model that I can find that has good all round spec and not an entry design. This looks to be a premium model and has dedicated graphics and good stor… Read more
persianrug

MacBooks are fake Laptops

Masteryates

Not sure how I feel about this. Seems like a Jack of all trades to me.

edwardalexanderbriscoe

These Vivobooks look nice and all but their bouncy keyboards are just the worst.

woster

Nice. I have the mi notebook pro but would have considered this at this price.

coventgamer

Fake macbook

ASUS Zenbook UX330UA-FB276T 13.3" laptop WQHD screen i5-8250u - £699.97 at Box.co.uk
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Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Been looking for new portable laptop and this one is the best deal I've managed to find for the money. Reasons I picked it: i5-8250u quad core processor 8GB ram 3200x1800 QHD … Read more
mould

Original thread - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asus-zenbook-ux330ua-69997-at-saveonlaptops-2908927?page=1#comments-last

mould

I have this machine I bought it around a week ago. The lid is metal but the base is not. The metal lid isn't really a pro other then the aesthetics - it is cold to touch! The battery life is said to be 5 hours but haven't used it enough to say so far. the charger for this machine is relatively small and light so if you get a decent laptop case you should be able to fit it in

tawse57

Glad you like it but shame about it not being metal. But I thik lots are like that today - they look it but are actually plastic. What about noise? How quiet is it? I watched a few more youtube videos about it today and every review rated it highly. One had a discussion about it or the XPS 13 with people saying that the XPS was not worth £400 more. I hope you have lots of fun with it. Keep us informed please. I am going to have a further think about buying one.

satnam99

So it is here. I actually don't think any of it is metal! The lid has a brushed metal effect but I think it's plastic. The rest of the unit is plastic. Still feels nice though and the weight of it is great for me Only annoyance so far is that the hinge on the lid is not very stiff so the screen can wobble a little bit if not used on a desk Not had it on enough to comment on battery life! Most of the time it has been on has been processing windows updates

tawse57

I've watched a few reviews of it on youtube and they contradict one anoher about it being all aluminium or just the lid. Ha ha - they can't even get that basic thing right.

ASUS Zenbook UX430UA-GV415T Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB, 256GB SSD, 14", Blue £995.95 @ john Lewis
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Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Featuring superb on-the-go performance thanks to an 8th-generation Intel i7 processor and up to 9 hours of battery life, as well as a beautiful 14" display – all housed in a compac… Read more
manishpatel80

I just got this laptop from the USA https://m.costco.com/ASUS-ZenBook-UX430UN-Laptop---Intel-Core-i7---2GB-NVIDIA-Graphics--1080p.product.100375043.html

Mark_Hickman

Thats funny my daughter has a laptop with 3gb ram that came preloaded with windows 10 64 bit, and running kaspersky internet security and opens several tabs/ pages without to much of an issue and minmum requirments for 64 bit is 2gb ram so where are you getting your facts ? 8gb is plenty

cabbagekitten

Can someone inform Mark that windows 10 uses at least 4gb of ram? And Thats without bloatware. Unfortunately this is the reality of computers these days

Mark_Hickman

Absolute rubbish why comment if you dont know what your on about, and make other people who might of got a good deal go buy something more expensive when they dont need it ?

MrAlbert

Only 13" but there are some similar spec'd Dell Inspiron 2-in-1's on the outlet at the moment for about £700 once VAT added. http://m.dell.com/h5/m/uk/SecondaryInventorySearch?p=%2FOnline%2FSecondaryInventorySearch.aspx%3Fc%3Duk%26cs%3Dukdfh1%26l%3Den%26s%3Ddfh%26sign%3DPXhcOSHtr1T4IOw%252fPR7UdWjPdS4YQAQe%252fy%252bQgs6S7E15cqsVdJGdsz%252f34VBUmwaHOw7uuDTwdpS9zD9clWyUQ%252bgqAjip4MF1RovgzH%252bVi0zf458no6GXUACMKn9cJ43j66a9IZZRrBv1VK0ARO0SwLNasbqN3A1tV7hw93fNT1p3f6hb1TDhMyt5bZOxJN5LQZIwMs3XHbHZrFneZ%252bXA7AZB0qN50EKr1DGUXvOgHATI1miMxCehb8mOlTtnLcJK

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ASUS GX501VS-GZ058T ROG Zephyrus 15.6-Inch Gaming Laptop for £1,999.00 @ Amazon.co.uk
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Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Brand name: ASUS Item Weight: 2.24 Kg Product Dimensions: 26.2 x 37.9 x 1.8 cm Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included) Item model number: GX501VS-GZ058T Series: ROG… Read more
manowarbruno

That's a weird keyboard layout

nao

I have the 1080 gtx version and its outstanding for the size. It's a 120hz g-sync panel which is perfectly driven by the max-Q card. Great price thanks OP

Bigspin

This model use Max-Q version GPU. Which is slower than standard 1070.

James_W-8c8c9.70550

For gaming screen res doesn't matter much, and just tends to drain the battery more. That said, when gaming, you'd probably want to be plugged in anyway.

shaildyp1

£2K but not 4K, is bit disappointing

ASUS ZenBook UX330UA-FC300T 13.3-Inch Full HD Display Laptop (Black) - (Intel i7-7500U Processor, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Harman Kardon Speakers, Windows 10) £699.99 Amazon
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Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
£200 off currently and for the spec and design this is a bargain! Processor: Intel i7-7500U RAM: 8GB Storage: 256GB SSD Screen: 13" Full HD Aluminium casing as well apparently!
hezzajm

Processor is pretty abysmal, about a third as fast as a full dekstop i7...

johnwillowlfc

20% off the warehouse deals options too £520.79 for very good and £537.59 for like new

ASUS VivoBook E203NA 11.6 Inch Intel Celeron 1.1GHz 2GB 32GB Windows Laptop - £89.99 @ eBay Argos Store
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Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
ASUS VivoBook E203NA 11.6 Inch Intel Celeron 1.1GHz 2GB 32GB Windows Laptop. Its a Argos outlet deal and it normally costs around £190.00 from what I have seen.
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CatKisscat

Cheap player for films, I bet people pay more for smaller screen tables with lower specs

plewis00

So do I, but nevermind, don’t let that stop you spreading untruths. If you really get so many returned, why do you even stock or sell them :/

Farhan007

I sell computers for a living, I see the amount of these we get returned day in day out, you don't know what you're talking about

speighty101

Thanks. I brought one mine looked new to

g1to1

3 in stock time of posting i just ordered one =)

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Asus VivoBook Core i5-8250U 8GB 256GB SSD £579.97 @ Laptops Direct
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Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
Seems like a good price for that processor and SSD Screen size15.6in lIntel Core i5Processor Number8250U RAM Memory8GB Storage 256GB Screen Resolution1366x768 Operating System W… Read more
stsonic

I had big problems with the touchpad on this laptop for a long time trying numerous differnet things to fix it. Finally I think I fixed it by updating all drivers with snappy driver tool. Funnily enough the drivers from ASUS did not fix this problem.

win26

https://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/asus-vivobook-core-i5-8250u-8gb-256gb-ssd-15.6-inch-hd-windows-10-laptop-s510ua-br686t/version.asp

BFCsider

No probs. I struggle with my kids homework too (highfive)

TellyLover

Thanks.

BFCsider

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ASUS Zenbook UX330UA £699.97 at saveonlaptops
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Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
i cannot find a better deal online for anything like this at the moment! amazing screen, 8th gen i5, m.2 ssd and just 1.2kg :) still considering this heavier beast though... http… Read more
mould

Ordered this Zenbook yesterday, does anyone else have one and knows how it performs?

crumpetman

Seems like a waste of qhd to use scaling, may as well get a resolution which you can use without messing about.

londonguy

paid £273 for a 15-5570 i5 8250 not slim but substantially cheaper.

you_gotta_be_kidding

My wife's Dell 7373 is cheaper than this, 360 degree hinge, has an i7-8550u, touchscreen with wacom pen support, almost double the battery life, charges in 45 mins, USB c With power delivery, PCI SSD (around 30% faster than Sata which this has), and incredible speakers. Only downside is that it's a refurb but direct from Dell with full warranty. I stand by what I said.

daveconroy3532

Do you want to post the best available prices for those latest 2018 models so then people can compare and contrast and make a decision. In context of price I stick by what I said.

ASUS ZenBook UX330UA 13.3" Light Weight Ultrabook Core I7-7500U, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD for £572.97 delivered @ Currys eBay
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Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
(y) The ZenBook UX330 is simply breathtaking. It has a supremely elegant aluminum-alloy unibody chassis is unbelievably thin and light. And with several hours of battery life… Read more
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paul1109

Normally £900 on Amazon

thesnowman86

1K

Panthera

I know they are gone now, but how much do these go for normally?

SRM_87

Finished reading a couple of reviews and sold out before I got chance... sure there's a saying about snoozing..?

ezzer72

Haha, someone bought all 7, good lad!

ASUS Zenbook Core i7-7500U 8GB 256GB SSD 14 Inch Windows 10 @ Laptopsdirect for £829.97
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ASUS Zenbook Core i7-7500U 8GB 256GB SSD 14 Inch Windows 10 Laptop UX430UA-GV232T 14 Inch Screen Intel Core i7 7500U Processor 8 GB RAM For offers on memory upgrades call o… Read more
cheaperbythe12

Very informative post and you're quite right about some of the rubbish reductions AW offer but, as mentioned, keep an eye out if interested as every so often there can be major reductions on price. However, despite amazon stating 30 day returns, they do offer up to 2 year returns if a product becomes faulty. I know this since I returned a 15 month old Surface tablet late last year which could not be repaired and was fully refunded by Amazon. I have also returned the odd item within a year (from warehouse) without any issue at all from Amazon chat once mentioning the issue I was experiencing. Only slight issue was I had to organise my own delivery to their warehouse to be sure it was fully insured for the Surface but this was also fully refunded once I uploaded proof of posting to them. Hope it helps someone.

polar111

Whilst it may be the case that there are deals sometimes to be had on Amazon Warehouse in terms of product cost, I do have two huge reservations about buying anything from them. The first is a real biggie and it's this: "Due to the unique nature of each Amazon Warehouse Deals item, we unfortunately will be unable to replace any item. Please note that used products are not covered by the original manufacturer's warranty. If a product becomes defective after 30 days you won't be able to return it using our online return centre. You may wish to visit the manufacturer's website or contact them directly as they may be able to offer troubleshooting and support with the issue you have with the product." So in your case you have a brand new laptop for a good price but you effectively have a guaranteed warranty of 30 days. Any issue after that time and you will be reliant on the good graces of Amazon or Dell to aid you. I would hold out more hope that Amazon will do something for you but, for my part, if I were laying out the thick end of a grand on some electronic item such as a laptop (and I soon will be) I'd want more than a months warranty on it. If I were buying a non-new Dell (and I won't be doing so anytime soon having dealt with them recently and found them to be dreadful) then I would go via their outlet because they provide a 12 month warranty on what they sell. The other issue I have with the Warehouse "deals" is that many of them are far from it. Current real-life example? Sure. ASUS ROG Strix GL702VM-GC182T, brand new, 2yrs manufacturers warranty, £1,282.16. Warehouse "deal" price for exactly the same item? £1,230.87 (lol) Really, Amazon? Gee, thanks. Fifty two quid - a gnat's over 4% - off in exchange for twenty three months warranty? In my book that's absolutely taking the f in p. Let's take another example. ASUS GL502VM-FY172T 15.6-inch Full HD Gaming Laptop (Titanium). New price, £1,349.97. Warehouse price, £1,229.43. £120, or about 9% off. Sounds better, doesn't it? But look closer. That's less than 10% off a used item in this instance, not an open or mere damaged box return. There's another you can have for 40 quid more which is "As new", but that will cost another £40, so the reduction is now down to £80, or 6% and the sacrifice of 23 months warranty. And that, quite frankly, is just garbage. That's thirteen hundred quid items being discounted by single figure percentages - some ridiculously with low single figures to boot - and being sold with less warranty than a lot of established Ebay and Amazon third party sellers are offering. Good luck with your XPS, I hope it gives you years of trouble free use but I caution the unwary about Warehouse for the above reasons. Also they seem to be offloading 6th gen processor machines in the guise of bargains. Maybe they are but do your research before buying one, assuming you fancy the warranty lottery. (skeptical)

ezzer72

Would that not be a plastic pig though? I think the Zenbook is a metal premium model, a bit like a MacBook? Could be wrong.

thsou

That is sooooo expensive. How possible is that people voted heat!! you can buy a 8th gen i7 with same spec or even better.

cheaperbythe12

Keep an eye on Amazon warehouse guys. I managed to snag an XPS 13 with 8th Gen i7 processor (8gb, 256gb, fhd model) for 830 the other week - was brand new with seals intact. Amazing laptop too. Do keep an eye out as they become available every few weeks if interested.

ASUS ZenBook UX360UA, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, QHD+ 13.3 Inch Notebook - £614.89 @ Costco (with code)
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Found 10th MarFound 10th Mar
This is at COSTCO so you should be a member there to get this. USE CODE: SAVE15 to take down the price. 7th gen i5 (8th is better i know), 256GB SSD (sounds about right), 8GB RAM… Read more
joshm

Nope

PYLK

They have an updated hinge from this model and onwards and should be much better. Not that many problems reported and thus the lack of many videos replacing them. It is a delicate ultraportable after all. Also there are different versions around the world. This one is with the 7th gen i5 and QHD so reviews can vary quite a lot between the different versions. The fan noise seems to be an issue though. 90days to change your mind and at least two years warranty (will check about the possible extension to 5 years on Monday).

Picard123

Bear in mind that Asus have a history poor hinge design on their Zenbooks: https://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?100236-Is-it-difficult-to-replace-the-hinge-on-a-Zenbook-Flip-UX360CA

Trilink

Would you mind telling me what laptop have you got? I'm in the market for a new one

moleyboy

Couldn't see it in Cardiff store

ASUS ZenBook UX430 14" Laptop - Dark Blue £749 at Currys
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Looking for a lightweight, Full HD laptop for coding on the saw this in Currys. Nice size, comes with mini-HDMI to HDMI adapter. Possible more reduction if you use Quidco or TopCa… Read more
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GadgetHunter

Personally I dont find comparing laptops just by spec very helpful. The most important aspects of a laptop to me are its screen quality and its overall portability - weight and size. (Although I do generally decide on a bare minimum spec for performance. An i5 CPU, 8gb RAM and 256GB SSD is the minimum spec that I would want to buy.) Many, many laptops seem to have very poor screens with very poor contrast. This Asus ZenBook is a good price for such a slim and light weight laptop. It also has a very good quality display. I am considering one for my daughter. If being slim and light and having a good screen are not so important then there are many other laptops like the Dell Vostro that will have similar specs for less money. Alternatively, if you are willing to have a 15.6" laptop then you can save even more. Personally, I would pay much more to have a 14" laptop than a 15.6" with identical specs but more bulk/weight. Horses for courses though as some people prefer the larger 15.6" screen.

CampGareth

Decent battery life and being able to play fornite are opposing desires. To play competitive games you'd be looking for a laptop with a GPU, but by having a GPU the idle power draw increases so battery life worsens even when not playing games. Uploading videos to youtube isn't a hard task, your phone can do it. Time is cheap, money is not so do your research.

stoney73

For that sort of cash, I would want an 8th Gen chip.

YesReally

Buying a new laptop seems such a difficult task, knowing what is decent for what you need. Trying to find one with a decent battery time that my son can play fortnite on and that I can use to upload videos to Youtube - My aging HP DV7 can't handle anything lately, even though upped the ram to 8gb and replaced with hard drive.

SD3013

The Vostro wasn't a recommendation, just highlighting that for the hardware included, this isn't a great deal. Personally I'd pick up a 15.6" with better hardware for less money if I were on the lookout for a new laptop.

ASUS Vivobook i7-7500U / 8GB RAM / 1TB HDD / GT 940MX / Full HD £549.97 @ Box
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Found 27th FebFound 27th Feb
Worth a shout, it's no beastly gaming machine but it is capable of some good gaming on the lower end of the settings spectrum. If you check out the GPU performance on Youtube then … Read more
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jamsandjax

Ah I see it now. I was looking at the 17" one. My apologies. Great find!

jessmullen511

I'm not forgetting vat! I just paid £592.92 yesterday including VAT. They only had two at that price point so I'm guessing the other one has since sold. They had a lot more at higher prices with similar specs.

jamsandjax

You are forgetting vat! Comes to £700.92 inc vat.

hill_Billy

Link?

shasto100

Link plz

Asus Zenbook UX430UA-GV232T 14 Inch Nano Edge Screen (Blue) dropped £100 - £799.97 @ Amazon
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Found 25th JanFound 25th Jan
I just noticed that this literally just dropped in price by about £100, its got the same specs as the lower end smaller model however is a good price and has a nicer design build! … Read more
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superleeds27

Same price on Laptopsdirect

Dany1234

I have this model amazing and very fast and amazing quality. I got the 500GB on ao.com when they had 100 off for Boxing day sales got it for yhis price.

James123

That's what DPI scaling is for, I find 1080p @ 115% scaling is the sweet spot on a 14" screen for me effectively giving 1770x940px, much nicer/sharper than 720p but still easily readable.

juliet_bravo

Nice find @HarveyCocks - extra tenner off this as well until midnight using BIGTHANKS at checkout :)

micronX7

I was looking at a Zenbook today to assess the FHD over HD. The FHD made everything very small, virtually beyond enjoyable for general browsing. I switched several times from one display to the next on different pages. Probably nice to have FHD as an option but perhaps not worth the premium charged on a 14 inch screen and some will find FHD makes the display difficult. But the Zenbook's are nice, would really be looking for 8th gen now though. Voted warm at the price.

Asus Zenbook UX310UA 13.3 Inch Ci3 7100u 7th Gen 4GB 256GB SSD Laptop - £499 @ Ebay Argos
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Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Got this delivered today from Ebay Argos, it's very slim and made from aluminium. Has an i3 7100u with 256GB SSD and 4GB ram. Comes with USB to LAN dongle, VGA dongle and a sleeve.… Read more
Nujol

? No it boots up in a second....?! Instant on I would say or similar...!

joepineapples901

*[disclaimer] may take more than one actual second to boot*.

Ratti3

Yes the fan is on all the time, you can hear it an a quiet room.

Agharta

Different specs but a comprehensive review: https://www.notebookcheck.net/Asus-ZenBook-UX310UA-7500U-Full-HD-Laptop-Review.202608.0.html Take a look as they may well have reviewed the QHD+ Touch screen version as well which will have worse battery life for sure.

paul1109

Does the system fan stay on nearly all the time on this model or only when doing something strenuous? I've heard it's on 95% time which would annoy me in a quiet room. Cheers

Asus VivoBook Slim 14" Laptop - Grey £399 w/code @ ao.com
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USE CODE AOSNOWDEC Key Features Up to 9 hours battery life Ultra-lightweight and super-portable at 1.4kg Intel® Core™ i5 processor - for effortless multitasking 8GB RAM – … Read more
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Rellika

Give it a month or two and it'll be down as an early easter special deal.

amour3k

It's a pity, as it's £649 now. :-( A serious bump!. :-(

Gestr

Pity. I've been torn between this and the curry's lenovo. (better screen vs better battery basically). Would have finally made a decision at £400.

parasyte

It doesn't work

johnsaab1

Asus ZenBook UX430UQ  i7 NVidia 940MX 8gb ram 256gb ssd  £710.10 with code @ ao.com possible £686.43 with top cashback
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Found 28th Dec 2017Found 28th Dec 2017
topcashback pending at £23.67 1.25kg i7-7500U 2.7 Ghz (3.5Ghz with Turbo Boost) 8GB RAM 2546GB SSD I almost went for the i5 integrated graphics version in the John Lewis clearanc… Read more
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foxinthebox12

No worries at all, glad it benefitted someone :) I thought it was a good deal too and I am very happy with mine.

whitman_the_cat

Thanks to the OP for posting this, as we took the plunge and first impressions are that it's a great laptop. The extra bonus feature is the fingerprint reader, which wasn't listed in the spec and that the UX410 probably does not have. The downside I was expecting was fan noise, to be combatted by installing NBFC, but so far it is silent. In fact, I only saw this deal from being cross posted on the JL UX410 deal. This deal didn't even make 100 degrees so I would normally have missed it and I don't know why so low. I had similar overpriced comments when I posted a similar (but not as good as this) UX430 deal in August, but I don't know what else comes close. Something thin and light can be worth paying a premium for. This laptop is ~£1k elsewhere and the Dell XPS13 seems close but is £1k with voucher and only close in the outlet. The 10% off Windows laptops from AO s back on, but this model now seems to be OOS. Glad we bought when we did.

darthvader666uk

amazing! I want it for work and that spec is perfect for some dev work :) just pop another 8GB and that thing is flying :)

foxinthebox12

Best deal I could find, arrived today :)

darthvader666uk

This might be the lightest and good priced i7 right now? the other half has the i5 version and its so thin its unreal! very tempted to grab this...

[AMAZON WAREHOUSE DEAL]ASUS ZENBOOK UX305CA-FB038T - 13.3" - Core m3 6Y30 - 8 GB RAM - 256 GB SSD
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I think it's a really decent price. Hope someone make great use of it.
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Agharta

If it was M5 and backlit keyboard I'd give this a go. Still good value for the price though for this class of laptop.

itsdavidjones1984

I used to have one of these. It's good for basic tasks but you can't really push it to do much more.

luketelfer

It is a 256gb hard drive clearly says on Amazon’s description

Hal

It’s 128gb SSD not 256gb, and the reviews are awful. I ordered it but cancelled after reading the reviews.

rofiquel

I can add to basket

ASUS i7-7500U Vivobook A556UQ-DM1469T £549.99 @ Saveonlaptops
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I've been looking for a new laptop and this seemed like a good price for an i7 with good processor speed, full HD and 8GB Ram...
diktiomenos

Yes, this is an i7 in this laptop. I think what he/she is trying to say is that the i7-7500U is actually a dual-core processor. Out of the older Core i7s, only those ending in HQ/MQ/UQ are quad-core. The new 8th generation i5s (Core i5-8xxx) are quad-core and at the same TDP as the ones they replace. So, these would be much better than previous dual-core i7s. Case in point, from cpubenchmark: i7-7500U @ 2.70GHz, Average CPU Mark 5216, Single Thread Rating: 1933 i5-8250U @ 1.60GHz, Average CPU Mark 7514, Single Thread Rating: 1916

Preet_Singh

Sorry not sure what you mean by this. This is an i7 Processor according to the retailer, is it not ?

123jhb123

Isn't it the retailer who's responsible for accepting returns not the manufacturer? https://www.resolver.co.uk/consumer-rights/product-manufacturing-manufacturers-guarantees-warranties-complaints

doctorf

Just make sure it’s UK stock. If it’s not, ASUS will refuse all warranty claims, stating that their products have a regional warranty only. They would not budge an inch when I tried to return under warranty.

cantonbean

Yeah I’ve just got the XPS 13 with 8th gen proper quad core. Better getting i5 8th gen due to mm it is only for short periods of power but any none HQ i7 7th gen laptop over £400 is a tough sell now.

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