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ASUS ZenBook 14 UM425 Full HD 14” Ultrabook Laptop (AMD Ryzen 5-4500U, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, Backlit Keyboard, £599.99 at Amazon
Posted 4 h, 54 m agoPosted 4 h, 54 m ago
The ASUS ZenBook 14 Times beauty, effortless portability The beautiful new ZenBook 14 is more portable than ever. It’s thinner, lighter, and incredibly compact, yet includes HDMI, … Read more

nature of corporate oligarchies. so many times all the companies have been caught doing it. price fixing. market manipulation. the savings is minimal for them. less than what consumers would pay to have the option to be able to upgrade the ram. but having consumers upgrade phones or laptops every 2 or 5 years makes them a lot more money than every 4 and 10 years. double the revenue in fact.


There is I am sure a saving for them too, RAM chips will be cheaper than buying sticks for a start. Think most consumers would pay the extra £5 for future proofing, but it can't all be cynical insurance that their goods will need replacing sooner, can it (confused)


planned obsolescence


Agreed, I understand we are aiming for smaller machines, but the difference to put replaceable RAM slots in is tiny, give the consumes a break.


Just done a bit more googling and found this Which states 2 USB "3.2 Gen 2x2 20Gbps" You've got to love how the USB standards people have managed to cock up the naming in such a way that Amazon has one thing Asus has another and has yet another specification for the same port!! :D AO seem to have got round that problem by not even listing USB C ports which as it charges via USB C, might be a problem.

ASUS ZenBook 14 UX435EG Full HD 14" Touchscreen Laptop Intel i7-1165G7, Nvidia MX450 Graphics Card, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD £984.18 @ Amazon
Posted 25th JulPosted 25th Jul
Thought this seemed like a pretty decent price for a latest gen i7 with Nvidia MX450, 16GB ram and 512GB SSD. Just dropped by £200: Intel Core i7-1165G7 Processor 2.8 GHz (12M C… Read more

I'm pretty sure I had a faulty factory unit but Asus refused to replace it. They kept sending it to a 3rd party repair shop which just caused more problems. At one point they even replaced the entire motherboard and screen, which baffles me since they could've easily just replaced the entire laptop. I also had trackpad issues (it doesn't register clicks at all and is stuck on 1 side), the Bluetooth wasn't working, some of the keypads stuck, and there were probably more issues that I can't remember. I had to send it for repairs maybe 5 times, so for around 2 months I didn't have a usable laptop. Right now my Zenbook just has touchpad issues, but I won't be touching Asus again. I'm pretty sure I'm a very rare case, but their warranty service is just terrible.


Was only £920 a couple of weeks ago, may come down again


I like it.. All metal and feels solid, gets a little hot near the top. Performance is good, light gaming I got arkham city at 1080p max settings. I'm using it with egpu set up now, works well. The little track pad is good I think, I wasn't keen on the asus software so I deactivated it and use it as a second screen.


Found customer service and build quality lacking for their laptops and GPUs, but a premium machine like this should be good. Spec is decent.


Yeah I was very lucky in that.

ASUS ZenBook Flip UX363JA 13.3" Full HD 300nits Touchscreen Laptop £599.99 at Amazon
Posted 21st JulPosted 21st Jul
Looks like a cracking deal Amazon have here Albeit looks to be 10th gen i5, still a touchscreen, convertible zenbook, with 512GB SSD for under £600 seems like a brilliant deal to m… Read more

Thanks for sharing.


God i hate tablets...and mobile phones, still have a SNote3.


I would avoid the 10th gen i5 personally. The UHD graphics are terrible. The newer 11th Gen has iris graphics or the Ryzen version with Radeon graphics are significantly better. This isn't just for gaming, but also for Photoshop, video editing. High Res video playback etc. Skip to 1min 10sec in this video


Plastic case? Oh no


I'd like to know too honestly. Need a light weight, breezy laptop. Would be nice if its convertible so that I can flip and take notes on the couch if needed. Is the HP envy good? Have a hp zbok from work. Its soo heavy and ridiculously slow I never want to own an HP again after that experience.

ASUS ZenBook UX325JA 13.3 inch Full HD Laptop Intel i5-1035G1 - £679.99 @ Amazon
Posted 19th JulPosted 19th Jul
Looks like a good deal. lowest price ever on Amazon.

Thanks for posting and a belated welcome to hotukdeals @bargainLoverShip


22 hour battery life. Wow.


It's worth spending a bit more (or looking for an unboxed version) of this laptop with the screenpad 2.0. The 2nd screen in the touch pad on that can be used to open documents, watch videos/YouTube, play music, etc. And the main screen used for something else.


10th gen.

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ASUS Zenbook OLED UX363EA Flip Core i5-1135G7 8GB 512GB £744.96 @ buyitdirect eBay (UK Mainland)
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Posted 12th JulPosted 12th Jul
Flexible performance, effortless mobility The distinctively elegant ZenBook Flip 13 has an all-new design that combines ultimate portability with supreme versatility. Its sleek Na… Read more

I recently bought this Dell 13" 2in1 for £650 refurbished which has 4k screen, 11th gen i7, 16GB RAM, 512 NVMe SSD: Dell 7306 You can pick up on the Dell website for around £1k when discounts are on (which is most of the time!) - also check their warehouse store. Similar in many ways to the Asus, though mine is a higher spec version except for the OLED, which is a questionable 'upgrade' anyway (potential issues with burn in). I love it, but beware the Asus weight is similar to mine and at 1.3kg is a little too heavy to use in tablet mode. The 2in1 is a bit of a gimmick anyway - the tablet I used previously had a keyboard attached 100% of the time as a screen protector and stand. The Asus linked to above is out of stock, but you can still buy on Amazon for slightly more: As someone else mentioned, if you aren't tied to Windows, the M1 MacBook is currently the way to go. I say this as someone who hates Apple and would never buy one myself, but currently it's still the right choice for most people. Windows laptops will catch up in the next couple of years with a load of ARM powered laptops, which will instantly make these Intel laptops dinosaurs, so personally £650 was the most I was willing to spend to get a good 3 years of use.


Unless your tied to Windows, the M1 MacBook is the Gold Standard for exactly these needs.


You could buy a non oled zenbook for around £600-£650


If you don't need a convertible, also check out the matebook X pro. You get an extra inch of screen in the same form factor 8)


I don't really need an Oled. Just something light weight, good battery life and 13". Thanks for your suggestions mate

ASUS Zenbook 14 UM425IA 14'' Laptop AMD Ryzen 5 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD 9 Hours Battery Life £549 @ Currys PC World
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Posted 11th JulPosted 11th Jul
Hope it helps. More screen Enjoy a big screen without a massive laptop with the ASUS ZenBook 14” Laptop . Get immersed in the big picture with the frameless NanoEdge display. … Read more





Here's another Obviously these are £25 now, better than nothing


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