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Double RAM & SSD Metabox P960RF RTX2070, i7-9750H, 512GB, 32GB, Opt W10, $2379 Delivered (Save $338) @ Kong Computers

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Get double the RAM and SSD, plus $100 off the base Metabox Prime-S P960RF price, Saving $338 all up
Usual price is $2717 with same specs. Base spec P960RF is usually $2479.

Offer valid until midnight this Sunday evening, 29th December.
Please allow up to 7 business days for building and testing at the Perth factory. All orders ship directly to you from the Perth factory.

Metabox Prime-S P960RF OzBargain Special
No Windows OS - Select your own Windows or use your own copy
16.1" FHD 1920x1080 IPS-Grade Edge-to-Edge Matte 144Hz LED - 98% SRGB Colour Gamut
9th Gen Intel® 6 Core™ i7-9750H (2.6GHz-4.5GHz, 12MB Cache)
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 8GB GDDR6 VRAM with Max-Q Graphics Card (Supports 4 active displays)
32GB RAM DDR4 2666MHz, 2x16GB, 2 slots (usually comes with 16GB RAM)
512GB Intel 660P PCIe M.2 SSD (Usually comes with 256GB PCIe M.2 SSD)
No Optical Drive
Intel 9462 AC Dual Band WIFI/BTv5 (up to 433 Mbps)
RGB colour illuminated keyboard with numeric pad, three separate colour zones
Size: 380(W) x 252(D) x 19.9(H)mm
Weight: 2.09Kg, Including Barebone and 62WH Battery
2 Year Warranty (1 Year Platinum + 1 Year Extended Premium Care Protection)

Please ask any questions below.

Thanks
Kris

This is part of Boxing Day Sales for 2019

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  •  

    so here is says 144hz but the link shows 60hz, some clarification would be good. insane specs for the price though. if only 60hz the highend gpu is wasted.

    •  

      My Bad, I had made a mistake on the specs. Must have been a Christmas hangover :)
      Actually the original P960RF was wrong too, and since I had duplicated that page, the wrong specs had come across. My apologies.
      It has been fixed now. Cheers for pointing it out.

      The correct screen specs are 144Hz. And you can downgrade to 60Hz if you like and save a further $100.

      Kris

  •  

    want to clarify where the 238 saving is? a 512g 660p is $90 so lets assume a 256g nvme m.2 drive which is no longer the norm and does not represent good value for money, is roughly $60. a 2x16 kit of sodimm 2666 ram is roughly 180-200. a 16 gig kit of the same spec is around the price range of $110. that works out to a saving of $120 all up on the high end, i little shy of the 238 mentioned.

    •  

      Thanks for the message.
      I'm not too sure what you mean by this, the saving is $338.
      The standard laptop is here and sells for $2479 ($100 more) with 256GB SSD and 16GB RAM.
      https://www.kongcomputers.com.au/laptops/laptops-by-brand/me...

      So the price has been dropped by $100 ($2479 down to $2379), the 512GB Intel 660P SSD is normally $59 more, and the 32GB RAM is normally $179 more.
      All adds up to a $338 saving.

      Could you confirm that this is now what you have?

      Thanks
      Kris

  •  

    I feel like this is a better deal, only 16GB of ram but $500 less.

    • +1 vote

      Thanks for the message.
      I think the Metabox P960RF will appeal more to Professional users, as it has a slimmer design with all alloy chassis. Some of our customers don't want the Gamer look if they have to meet with clients.

      Cheers
      Kris

  • -2 votes

    Avoid metabox and similar brands. Impressive hardware list on paper. But constant BSOD. Not even metabox themselves can fix the BSOD issue. Metabox blames everything (W10, drivers, software..etc) but themselves.

    •  

      Could you elaborate on "similar brands"?
      And have you had an issue with a Metabox laptop in the past? What was the order number? I'll investigate.

      Kris

    • +3 votes

      Havent had any BSOD on my metabox. These laptops are built like a tank