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ASUS ROG Mothership Laptop $6999 | Inwin 915 E-ATX Case $399 | J5create JCD382 USB-C Ultradrive Minidock $64 + Delivery @ Mwave

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Asus ROG Mothership GZ700GX $6999 (Was $9999) Ends 03/04/2020 or While Stock Lasts

In Win 915 - Silver $399 (Was $499) Limit 1 Per Customer. Ends 05/04/2020 or While Stock Lasts

J5create JCD382 USB-C ULTRADRIVE MINIDOCK for MacBook Pro/Air $65 (Was $129) Ends 05/04/2020 or While Stock Lasts

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  • +3

    Asus ROG Mothership GZ700GX(mwave.com.au) $6999(Was $9999)

    Buy this if you have money to burn.

    • +9

      But it's $3K off. Thanks OP. Bought 5.

    • +1

      Thanks. Bought 20. Good time to stockpile #corona

    • High yield investment

      • If he sticks 12 of them together maybe his boss will respect him.

    • +2

      reminds me of Apple products

  • jeeeeesus shit

  • +1

    Really only 60 Hz panel for such a beast?

    • +5

      That's at 4K. You have the option to play at 144Hz.

  • +1

    You'd be spending roughly half to literally 'top out' a desktop machine… kind of sobering!

  • +6

    Looking at the new Ryzen mobile processes, that wipe the floor with these overpriced laptops, I'd hold off if got the money to spend on this type of laptop.

    • +5

      They read the reviews on the new AMD chips, "DUMP ALL THOSE HIGHEND INTEL LAPTOPS NOW!!!!"

    • +4

      I noticed the reviews of the Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 today, with the AMD Ryzen 4900HS CPU taking a dump on the Intel I9 9980HK in the mothership. The 4900HS is only a 35W TDP CPU and not AMD's flagship.

      • +2

        when is it coming out in Aus?

  • +1

    That is an awesome piece of gear but god damn dat price

  • +1

    I've always wondered if retailers like MWave can pick what they want to sell from manufacturers. If they can, I'd love to know the the justification for stocking such monstrosity. Hoping a random millionaire walks in and goes "Hey I'd like the most expensive laptop here! Oh look what's this?".

    • +1

      A lot of stuff is "in stock at supplier", so it's no harm for a computer store to list it and hope they get a sale. The supplier might only have a few total for all of Australia.

      An item like this wouldn't be stocked in store.

  • +3

    I'd be worried about mistaking that inwin case for the nappy bin. It's pretty hard to think straight when you've got a screaming child covered in shit that woke you up at 2am.

  • +4

    What benefits does this personal computer offer over a train, which I could also afford?

    • +1

      It can play more than just train simulator.

      Also runs Office.

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