Asus 15.6" 4K UltraHD Intel i7 Touch Ultrabook
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 Business Days. (Wednesday, Jan 04 to Monday, Jan 09) + transit
Condition: Factory Reconditioned
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Very fast and powerful, and with solid metal body.
Tempted, but that stupidly offset touch pad means I will have to pass. Why can’t they center the touch pad with the letter B?
Walmart sells a nearly identical Dell laptop for the same price, but it’s new. As I have now checked to post the link they have raised the price $100 from the $849 I paid before Christmas.
Just another option if you are looking. Microsoft store has a nearly similar deal and price for new also.
I was just about to buy one based on the specs, then I read a review. The review was glowing, extolling the virtues of every part of the laptop, including the battery life of 8 hours, saying it was much improved “…versus the pitiful 4:25 we got from this machine’s predecessor.”. Sadly, it appears the one on sale today is that predecessor based on the lack of the USB-C port the new one sports.
With the GTX 1050 Mobile GPU being released soon, I’m not sure I can say its reasonable to spend this much on a refurbished laptop with a GTX 960M unless you don’t care about graphics performance. The GTX 1050 is faster than a GTX 970M and will be available in low priced notebooks.
Another 4k ZenBook with the cursed mustard yellow display. No fix in sight.
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This ASUS has 512GB of SSD. The Walmart one only has 128GB. BIG difference.
And the Dell is not a PCI drive, not in the same league as the Asus. And as a current Dell owner, quality sadly doesn’t match Asus.
This product seems to have both Thunderbolt 2 and a 6700HQ processor, the only retail version which had a 6700HQ did not have Thunderbolt 2 but rather USB-C, and the only retail version which had a Thunderbolt 2 port had a 4720HQ processor. Is this a product of the refurbishing? Also does anyone have a link to the actual product? I would like more details like battery size etc. Lastly, if I get the product, open it, and don’t like it and wish to return it, do I get hit with a 15% restocking fee? The return policy seems deceptively worded, and when reading into it actually seems more like it only applies to Dead-on-arrival, misadvertised, or unopened laptops.
WARNING to potential buyers: The “4K” display in this laptop is fake!
The display uses the RG/BW Pentile matrix to cheat the ability to advertise 4K UHD 3840x2160, without actually providing the full detail of the resolution. If you do the math, it actually has less chromatic detail than the 3K 2880x1620 in the older ASUS UX51vz.
The Inspiron 4K someone else linked has this same problem. If you want a 100% honest true 4K 15.6" display with a NVIDIA 960M at a close enough price point, you pretty much have to buy the Lenovo Y700 4K: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16834332105 ($1099, a great option but also your only one)