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ASUS G771JW i7-4750HQ/16G/2TB $1299, ASUS Transformer Book 10.1" 64GB T100HA $299 @ MSY Technology

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Cheapest price for the ASUS G771JW-T7187T according to Statice and also the ASUS T100HA-FU007T appears to be a bargain price as other stores are selling for more which are refurbs!


ASUS G771JW-T7187T i7-4750HQ/16G/2TB/17.3"FHD/Win10 64bit/2G GTX960M $1299

  • CPU: Intel 4th Gen. Core i7-4750HQ 2.0GHz(Turbo 3.2GHz)
  • 64bit OS: Windows 10 Home
  • RAM: 16GB RAM
  • HDD: 2TB SATA
  • Graphic: Nvidia GTX 960M Graphics 2GB Dedicated VGA
  • Screen: 17.3” FHD LED Screen(1920X1080)
  • Connectivity : Blu-Ray Combo HDMI *USB3.1 type C 2.59kg 802.11ac Spk, Mic, HD Webcam Card Reader, Bluetooth, Intel WiDi
  • US G771JW-T7187T i7-4750HQ/16G/2TB/17.3"FHD/Win10 64bit/2G GTX960M

ASUS Transformer Book T100HA-FU007T Quad-Core X5-Z8500/2G/64GB/10.1"WXGA Touch(1280x800)/Win10 $299

  • CPU: Intel Quad-Core X5-8500 1.44GHz(Turbo 2.24GHz)
  • OS: Windows 10
  • RAM: 2GB DDR3
  • Storage: 64GB eMMC SSD
  • Graphic: Integrated VGA
  • Screen: 10.1” WXGA LED Multi-Touch Screen
  • Connectivity: Speaker, Mic, Camera, 580 gram, 1.03kg w/Keyboard Dock, Bluetooth, WiFi

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closed Comments

  • Good price on the transformer. A comparable cheap chinese tablet will have higher resolution and more ram and will only cost around 250. But I don't think the gamble is worth it.

  • T100HA, Shame about the resolution and ram but.

    Apparently has ghost touch issues too.

    • T100HA. Bought one and sold it immediately. I dont have high expectation due to the price but please, i need something that smooth at least in web browsing. Not recommmended

  • is the gaming unit a bargain?

    • +1 vote

      I believe so :) Here are some other retailers selling the similar model however with lower specs;

      Major difference being the RAM and HDD between this and the competitors :)

  • For the laptop.

    Do we need to worry about 4th gen cpu as we are at the 7th now or we wont notice the difference?

    Im in the market for "light" gaming laptop

    • Im still gaming on a 3rd gen i7 but for desktop. And it seems fine for most 1080P resolution games.

    • Yeap should be good enough but dont expect very high setting. You should concern more regarding the GTX 960M instead of the processor.

    • Performance gains from second and third gen right up to 6th gen are small.
      Most difference is in better power usage.
      If using the intel GPU and interested in light - moderate gaming then i7 is the go.
      An i3 or i5 with dedicated AMD/Nvidia graphics will be better though.

      ::edit:: not sure about 7th gen, haven't taken a good look performance/economy yet

  • If you can get the Enterprise SKU on to the T100 it runs smoothly. Though it has issues with mSDXC above 32GB.

    If anyone gets it, uninstall the Intel software. It'll leave you with without ISA and the SD card reader will thank you for it.

    Disable Asus Web storage and drop box and one drive.