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ASUS VivoBook Flip 14, AMD Ryzen 7 4700U, 1080p IPS Touch, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD $979.42 + Delivery ($0 Prime) @ Amazon US via AU

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Powerful & efficient AMD Ryzen 7 4700U (8C/8T) Processor 3.6 GHz (4M Cache, up to 4.0Hz)
Windows 10 Home, 512GB SSD and 8GB DDR4 RAM (As far as I am aware, the RAM is upgradable on this model, with 4GB being soldered and the rest a SO-DIMM.)
14” Full HD Wideview touch display (with glossy finish) with up to 178° viewing angle12.9” wide, 0.7” thin with a stunning 82% screen-to-body ratio
Brushed aluminum chassis and lightweight at 1.49 kg
Portable 2-in-1 laptop with four viewing modes: tablet, tent, stand, and laptop
Stylus and holder included
Fingerprint sensor, USB 3.2 Type-A (Gen2), USB 3.2 Type-C (Gen2), USB 2.0
SD card reader, and HDMI;
Lightning-fast dual band Wi-Fi (802.11ac)

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    bought one in September for 1399. Very good for work

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      How is the colour accuracy and brightness ? I can't find these specs.

      Never mind , found them in this review

      https://laptopmedia.com/laptop-specs/asus-vivobook-flip-14-t...

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        Oh god, covering just 51% of the sRGB colour gamut is pretty horrible too by modern IPS display standards…

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          For the price, it isn't bad at all.

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            @BarginGrabber: I don't see why 14 inch screen with decent colour and brightness should cost an extra $500 or more.

            Look at how much 4k televisions cost now.

            The computer manufacturers are having a lend of us.

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              @morestuff: Yeah, I know and agree but this is the market for laptops.

              At least with this, it provides touchscreen, a stylus, good CPU and upgradable ram.

              It is also glossy finish, so the screen looks a lot better than the specs suggest.

              Compare this to any dell for similar price range and it is night and day imo.

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      How is it for gaming? I want something small and light for work, and also for a bit of gaming.

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        If you are playing mainly esports titles such as CSGO and DOTA 2, you should be able to easily obtain over 60fps at 1080p medium settings.

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    Are these made in Taiwan?

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    How does the warranty work on these ones?

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    This is beyond petty but the dumb neon green Enter key really bugs me

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    no charging via USB-C is a bummer :(

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    isn't it 12Gb ram (8Gb on the graphics if I read it right :?)
    hmmm… website definitely says 12Gb in the RHS box at the top, but 8Gb elsewhere (and 8Gb on the graphics). Just checked some reviews (pcmag) and these say 8Gb so perhaps a mistake on the website, or 4Gb of ram somewhere doing something that doesn't count.
    pcmag review is so so https://au.pcmag.com/netbooks/68540/asus-vivobook-flip-14 but note that the lenovo flex they prefer is currently $1400 on Amazon (although does occasionally go below for $1000 but only for very short periods that I've seen on camelcamelcamel.

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    Is this same software as the earlier AU one? I had huge issues. The KB driver is nuts. Doesnt work half the time. I'm returning it.

    Screen feels shit plastic too

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    How does this compare to the HP Envy 360?

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      The 13" Envy X360 would have better build quality. As far as I am aware, the AMD based 13" X360 has a 300nits, 100% RGB, Gorilla glass screen. However, the 13" X360 doesn't have expandable RAM.

      Note if you are looking 15" X360, it's screen is a lower quality 60% RGB gammut panel like the Asus and build quality would be similar.

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    if this is from Amazon US, do i need to get a transformer or anything like that? or does this come with AU charger?

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      All the chargers I've seen in a long time have been multi voltage, so you just need a $2 plug adapter.