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Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 Ryzen 7 4800HS, 512/16GB 1660TI W10P $2299 Free Delivery and Insurance @ Shopping Express

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Bank transfer only. 1% surchage on other methods $2321.99

Might be a good discount on this unit For those looking at getting it. Was comparing against lenovo T14 and found both priced almost the same. You get better CPU, Screen, Gpu with the ROG though.
Bit the bullet and realised it is free delivery and free delivery insurance. Seems to be an automatic code applied for delivery so make sure to click on courier + insurance instead of just courier.
Black and white available.

CPU:
AMD Ryzen 7 4800HS

RAM:
16GB

Graphics Card:
Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 Ti

Graphics Card Memory (VRAM):
6GB

SSD:
512GB

Screen Size (Inches):
14"

Screen Resolution:
1440p QHD

Screen Panel Type:
IPS-level

Screen Refresh Rate (Hz):
60Hz

USB Type-C:
2

USB Type-C Power Delivery Support:
Yes

USB Type-C DisplayPort Support:
Yes

USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A:
1

USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A:
2

HDMI:
1x HDMI 2.0b

WLAN (WiFi):
802.11ax

Audio In/Out Type:
Combined 3.5mm

Backlit Keyboard LED:
Yes

Colour:
Moonlight White

Weight (kg):
1.6kg

Operating System:
Windows 10 Pro

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Comments

  • Got the same model. Can vouch for its sheer power, build quality and portability. Light gaming is fine as well.

  • Ooh here we go, the model we've all been waiting for! An Asus Zephyrus G14 finally with a GPU worth considering… Paired with a 60hz 1440p display… 🤔

    • i know right, this will kill 144hz and 2080 by far

    • I don't get this. Throw in an external monitor if you'd like. I can't stand more than 30 mins playing games on a small screen like this anyway. I always think that this screen size is just like a backup option for heavy gamers or so.

      • Which in itself is totally fine and understandable. But 1440p in 14" is like 210 PPI, arguably imperceptible by the naked eye. So the machine is rendering all that extra for what? To eat more power?

        According to dpi.lv, 14" into 2560 x 1440 is 210 PPI
        By comparison 27" rendering 2560 x 1440 is 109 PPI

        I guess you're sitting however much farther away from a 27" monitor on a desktop compared with being arm's length from a laptop screen. Still think 1440p is overkill at 14" but would love to see a 1080p side by side in person to verify my hypotheticals.

        • just my personal experience, but I use 2 laptops simultaneously, one FHD, one 1440p. I can tell the difference right away especially when reading, and my eyes are not even that good. I guess it depends on how you are accustomed to different screen resolutions. I also have a 4k 27 inch monitor and can't tell the difference between it and the G14 one, but I can't really bear the FHD one after using these two screens :).

          • @machiavellian: I can vouch for this as well , I have a 12.5 1080p Xiaomi mi notebook air and a Lenovo s540 13.3 inch at 2K.

            Ppi levels are night and day on the Lenovo over the Xiaomi. Makes a big difference since I'm sitting about the same distance from each screen.

  • seems to be the case everytime.. low-end GPU and panel specs

    Yet USA is gifted with the crème de la crème of spec options and suitable pricing.

  • If this had Thunderbolt 3 it would be my ideal laptop. Like almost perfect in every way.

  • But it looks like its own price, not much with discount.

  • why qhd on a 14inch whyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy. Also USA got the 120hz 1080p with these specs…. I don't get it…

  • Is this much better than the 1650 at 2199?

    • gpu is much better, however the screen is QHD, so it nullifies a lot of its performance increase due to double the amount of pixels on screen as compared to the 1650ti 1080p model.

      unless you don't mind playing at a non-native resolution

      • I see, so higher resolution screen might mean less fps compared next to each other but youl be getting higher res on this one
        I doubt Il be doing hard gaming on this I just like high performing laptops for work too, productivity wise is still the better choice?
        I mean if you could buy one or the other which would it be?

        • also noted is the screen is 60hz, rather than the 120hz 1080p model. productivity wise, i mean it all depends on the work. For me, I read a lot of research articles, and would find the 120hz easier on my eyes as I scroll through a lot of text. Better GPU better for program such as 3D rendering, solidworks, etc. QHD might be better for applications of photo editing or video editing, not sure about this one. Buy one or the other, probs the 1660ti model, GPU is a massive factor for me, and I'd just scale my games down to 1080p.

          this is only $100 more than the 1080p model, so i think value wise this is the better choice, as long as screen is okay for your use.