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Asus F452EA-VX021H Notebook for $388 at Domayne


On the front page of catalogue:

Asus notebook (f452ea-vx021h)

AMD E1 dual core processor
2gb ram
500gb HDD
14.5" screen
Windows 8

In store or +$9 delivery online

I don't like asus at all but I think this is cheap. Couldn't see any previous info on ozbargain and static ice only has one other listing - Harvey Norman $498

Please give your opinions on the product below.

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  • i think the transformer t100 might be better value?

    • Yes but its not as cheap.

    • +10 votes

      Find me a T100 for $388 and I'll be on that like JV to a bad deal!

    • You can't really compare a computer/netbook 10" screen with a 14/14.5/15.4" screens as they would serve

      different purposes generally. Yes, technically they are both computers running full windows 8/8.1 and both do

      have keyboards with touchpads, the t100 is a lot more portable with much longer battery stamina, up to double

      the performance and has touchscreen. Having said that, the Asus F452EA-VX021H Notebook would be much

      easier and efficient to get work done on with far superior keyboard, touchpad and 45% +- extra

      screen real estate. Add to that the much larger HHD , extra usb port, full size hdmi, and it also has the 2

      second instant on wake from sleep, with about 8 to 10 days of battery stand by. We are looking at a very

      different computer. Yes, they do cross over with function and features, but most people would pick one

      over the other based on needs, well, logical people mainly would. Don't forget that this is also $50 to

      $120 cheaper, but that is a whole other matter. Enjoy either unit as they are both good at what their

      designed to do for the price. By the way, I have had 7 various Asus Laptops and tablets, and I

      personally think that they make innovative and good value for money products. My two cents worth.

  • OP you might like to change your description to "Windows8 ready."

    • What do you mean? (I copied what they wrote in the catalogue)

      • From the page to which you have linked:

        " Windows 8 Ready

        Experience the flexibility and freedom that only Windows 8 can offer you. Windows 8 lets you get the most out of your compatible devices ……"

        So not installed, you need to buy it separately. Going rate for a new license (ie not an upgrade) seems to be around $125.

    • Not sure what you are trying to say,as it looks like this computer is running Windows 8 currently.