expired Asus ZenBook Flip UX461UA 14" FHD/8250U/8GB/256GB $1,097 C&C or + $5.95 Delivery (+ $100 Cashback by Redemption) @ Harvey Norman

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A good price for Asus ZenBook Flip 14" 2-in-1.

Description

Sleek, lightweight, and convenient to use, the Asus UX461UA-E1072T 14" Laptop is specially designed for the modern trendsetter, letting you take care of office and entertainment needs even when on the go.

Key Features

  • The Asus UX461UA-E1072T 14" Laptop is powered by an Intel Core i5 quad-core processor and 8GB RAM for seamless multi-tasking and switching between different applications.
  • Made with a 256GB SSD, this laptop quickly boots-up to let you get to work immediately.
  • The Asus UX461UA-E1072T laptop comes with a Full HD (1920 x 1080) 14" touch-enabled display for sharp and vibrant visuals.
  • Pre-loaded with Windows 10, this Asus laptop provides easy access to Cortana, your personal digital assistant.
  • The UX461UA-E1072T laptop has two USB 3.0, one USB 3.1 Type C (Gen 1), and one HDMI port to accommodate different devices.

And there is a $100 cash back through Asus Cashback Promotion.

Terms and Conditions

Introduction

Participation in this promotion is deemed acceptance of these Terms and Conditions.

The Promoter is iGoDirect (Trustee) who point from ASUS Global Pty Ltd. reserves the right to alter the incentive, product offerings and specifications at any time, without notice.

Subject to the following Terms and Conditions the Promoter is offering its customers (also referred to as: Consumer, Participant or Claimant) a reward when they purchase an Asus product (participation products below per campaign), during the offer periods:

ASUS Xmas Cashback Campaign – 23rd November 2018 to 31st December 2018 *subject to change

Offer is only open to residents of Australia & New Zealand aged 18 years or over. Employees and the immediate families of the Promoter and its agencies (including but not limited to ASUS resellers) associated with this promotion are ineligible to participate.

Eligibility

To be eligible for the reward in the promotion, consumers must purchase one or more of the following participating products from an authorised and participating ASUS retailer/reseller within Australia & New Zealand.

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    $997 not bad

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    crazy price, great laptop

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    A better deal was the 12% off from BingLee, $967.12 [$30 less than H/N] was cheaper and they are throwing in a printer

    While that 12% offer expired 7AM this morning, they do say they price match and beat, plus you get the $50 printer

    If that PC is on the cashback list another $100 off……… $867.12 WINNING!

    https://www.topbargains.com.au/bing-lee-12-12-hours-sale-sta...

    https://www.binglee.com.au/asus-tp412ua-ec047t-vivobook-flip...

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      That's a different laptop

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        Yes, but i am sure when i checked last night, they both had the same ASUS for sale, like you said may have been a different model…NOT winning :-(

        B/L had 15% off ASUS earlier in the year, i still did'nt bite…LOL

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          I wonder how is this compare to yoga 920. I think yoga costs much more.

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            @Bimo: Good question, hard to know which to choose

            That is why i am stuck buying a new 2:1 cannot decide which of the main players i want, and they all seem to have been tweaked differently so it is hard to compare prices

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          I've checked on Bing Lee website last night before posting, there is no stock on 8GB/256GB model.

  • +1 vote

    Hmm… this or a Dell Latitude 7390 refurbished for the same price?

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      Indeed a tough choice!

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      Have read many complaints on Dell QC which led me away from them. Ended up with a Toshiba portege X20

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      dell dosent have good battery life

    • +1 vote

      Latitude 7390 is business grade.

      Open up an Asus zenbook and you will see inside is actually plastic.
      It's a thin piece of aluminium layered on plastic to give you the illusion of premium build quality. Fact is, the plastic will break on a small drop.

      Source: I own an older zenbook UX303, taken it apart.
      If you want to verify my claims, look into a disassembly video of the zenbooks, and you will see when they take off the bottom cover that the inside is a dull grey plastic.

      I also have taken apart latitude 7390.
      The base is definitely sturdier.

      Zenbook is prettier though.

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        I also own a UX303 and considering I have dropped it on the screen edge from waist height and its still working says its fairly sturdy to me. Screen is spider webbed with a substantial dent in the edge but otherwise working.

        ASUS have been quite good with warranty with one out of warranty MB change outside of warranty period for free.

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          UX303 hinges fail. Even with the "new hinges" found in the later models UX303LB and UX303UB

          ASUS warranty used to be attrocious, it's gotten a lot better.
          I've dropped a latitude 7390 2-in-1 from waist height as well, barely any damage due to it's construction.

  • +1 vote

    Perfect, just what I needed! Thanks OP!

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    Why these laptop manufactures keep 16:9 screen ratio when it has been proven that 16:10 or 3:2 screen ratio is much popular.

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      3:2 and 16:10 are tablet resolutions.

      For laptops 16:9 has a smaller footprint. If the screen is taller, then the base where the keyboard is will also have to be deeper, which means it takes up more space on the desk.

      What aspect is best depends on what you do on it. For general web browsing, 3:2 and 16:10 are better. For gaming and watching movies, 16:9 is better.

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      Considering majority of monitors and laptops are 16:9, not sure how your claim 16:10 is more popular is true (although I agree it’s better).

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    Dont think the ram is upgradeable? No TB port, can’t charge via usb-c. Pen sensitivity is average compare to lenovo Yoga.

    Otherwise its a decent 2in1 for the price.

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    I need good value laptop like this but also want 4G sim slot. Any recommendation?

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    But Harvey Norman

  • +4 votes

    I can say that, thanks to your post, I went right back to HN and got $250 back (I had bought it 2 days ago for $1367). Thanks so much! And surprisingly I didn't need to argue - I just showed them Domayne's website showing the same laptop and same price, and got $250 refunded.

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    Thanks. Just got one for my wife, too

  • +1 vote

    The specs say this thing has ddr3 ram, surely that has to be wrong yeah? On an i5 8250u?I very much doubt it but if somehow this is running ddr3, that makes it a pretty bad deal imo

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