Not a bad laptop for the price. The 4th gen i7 is a downside though.
not exactly true, performance wise, the mobile skylakes and haswells are on-par, the skylake is just far more power efficient. the 5th gen mobile hq/mq i7’s (broadwell) actually outperform both, but have just as much power draw as the 4th gen.
benchmarks show this too:
what kind of warranty? factory?
Really interested in this but after reading a lot of bad reviews on it, and even over the newer model too, I think I will pass. Such a shame, killer specs for the price.
It comes with a 60 day ASUS warranty. You can see the link at the bottom of the description.
Newer model in not 4K UHD
How many methods of storage are on this model? Is the a way to add another storage device?
Can the GTX 960M play any recent games at 4K resolution? I’m guessing not.
Notebookcheck reviewed this laptop and gave it an 85% as a gaming laptop.