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Asus ZenBook UM425 14" 1080P IPS 4700U 16GB 512GB SSD $1397 + Shipping ($15 to Melb CBD) @ Domayne

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Looks like the same model as the other deal, but with 16GB soldered RAM. It's a chunk extra to pay for the 16GB ($198 for 8GB), but I figured I'd post it in case anyone was interested. I couldn't see a cheaper price on staticice, google shopping or ebay.

Processor Model 4700U
Processor Speed (GHz) 2.00
Processor Max Speed (GHz) 4.1p [suspect this is a typo for 4.10]
Cache Size (MB) 8
Installed RAM 16GB
RAM Type DDR4
Primary Storage Capacity 512GB
Storage Type SSD
Digital Media Cards Reader Micro SD
Screen Size (inches) 14
Screen Type IPS
Screen Definition Full High Definition
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080
Screen Aspect Ratio 16:9

Connectivity 1x USB 3.1 Type-A Gen1, 2x USB 3.2 (Type-C, Gen 2) , HDMI 2.0a

Product Width (cm) 31.90
Product Depth (cm) 1.43
Product Height (cm) 21.00
Weight (kg) 1.22
Manufacturers Express Warranty (months) 12

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    Not sure how to add tags, gimme a sec.

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      Maybe start with adding the price

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        lol, thanks

        Edit: who downvotes this? It was a useful comment.

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    was it so hard to add a headphone jack asus? and why release a 400nit screen variant but make it virtually impossible to find. youd have to buy one from sweden.

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    I bought for this price in December, they were running $100 cashback as well till Dec 31st.

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      Ahh, you know that might have put me over the edge! I've got a 4 year old Zenbook flip which I love, but I could do with the extra RAM, DISK and CPU power these days and I don't really use the flip part of it.

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      How is it? I ordered this the other day, getting delivered tomorrow didn't realise no headphone jack so thinking of sending it straight back unopened

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        you can use bt or USB connected.

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        I have this laptop. It comes with a USB headphone adapter.

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        Come with the Type C adaptor for headphones, didn't worry me as I use wireless headphones. Laptop has been great though, as speedy as you would expect in everyday tasks. Build quality is nice, super slim and light. Speakers are lacking a bit of clarity but that's nothing new with notebooks.

        Overall pretty happy, but bound to run into some issues eventually.

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    Any recommendation for year 3 kid school laptop? School wants BYOD. 8GB,i3 for around 500-600$?

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    I just received this one. It is 1.22 kg, although sticker on the laptop says that it is 1.13. screen is quite good and bright

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      Theres a variant of this laptop (which is rare as hens teeth from what I can see) with a 1watt 400nit display which is 1.13kg I believe. So they market on that figure for the rest.