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Asus ROG Flow X13 R9 5900HS/RTX 3050 $2499, R9 5900HS/RTX 3050Ti $2599 + Delivery + Surcharge @ Centre Com

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The one linked is the model with a Ryzen 9 5900HS and RTX 3050ti, and it does not come with the XG mobile eGPU but does come with a pen.

Free delivery to most areas. Surcharge applies for select payment methods.

The Ryzen 9 5900HS and RTX 3050 model is here. It also comes with a 2 year warranty instead of 1 year.

This is definitely a one-of-a-kind laptop which is super portable (1.3kg) and relatively powerful (dedicated GPU in 13") at the same time. I think the 3050ti model is worth the $100 for applications that are not limited by its 4GB VRAM, but when VRAM-limited obviously there is no performance difference.

Specs:

  • 13.3" WUXGA 16:10 (1920 x 1200) 120Hz IPS touchscreen display
  • AMD Ryzen™ 9 5900HS processor (3.2 - 4.3 GHz)
  • NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 3050 Ti 4GB GDDR6 graphic (35W, 40W with Dynamic Boost)
  • 16GB RAM
  • 512GB SSD storage
  • 1 x HDMI 2.0b port, 1 x USB-A 3.2 Gen 2 port, 2 x USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 ports, 1x 3.5mm Combo Audio Jack
  • Bluetooth v5.1
  • Wi-Fi 6 802.11 ax
  • 100W AC USB Type-C adapter
  • 1.30kg
  • Windows® 10 Home

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Comments

    • +3

      For the 13 inch form factor it makes sense.

      Struggling to think of a use for a 13inch with top end 5900 cpu but only a 1900x1200 display (albeit has touch) and windows home.
      Perhaps if you work in maths heavy data crunching roles but not GPU maths, and you also need to move around a lot? IDK? If you work a big american IT company and need to move between locations a lot? Wouldn't the company just provide you your laptops anyway?

      If your metric is just retarded plugged wall gaming as you seem to be implying, gtfo, or better yet, why aint you in desktop places?

      2.5k for a 3050 laptop is probably the biggest rip off I have ever seen

      I've seen much much worse. I recall alienware doing $4.5k for a rtx2060 recently.

    • +7

      How many times do we have to go through this convo my gamer friends?

      Its a 13 inch, surfacebook like, foldable, touchscreen (120hz as well) machine at only 1.3kg, and which packs one of the most powerful mobile CPU there is second only to the few with much higher power draw and comes with a 3050ti.

      it might not seem much if you just compare it directly with other 2.5 grand machines, but the specs absolutely destroys any other machine at this form factor.

      • The price does not destroy others at this form factor though 😉

        • I'm curious to know more, please.
          I'm very interested in something in this form factor, with this much "punch", but haven't been able to find anything even remotely as good.

          Thanks!

  • +1

    perfect form factor, cpu and gpu for my modelling tasks.

    16gb ram….. no thanks

    • +1

      Yes, would be perfect but we only get the 16GB, non-upgradeable SKUs unless you grey import. The M.2 would be hard to find in that form factor too. I believe is 2230, not the common 2280 size.

      • I'm willing to grey import, but I can't find the 32gb model.
        Waiting for it's availability in the US

  • Purchased the R7 version from previous JB deal for $2100, with Suncorp gift card, ended paying $2000. Little disappointed that there was no pen or sleeve. Luckily they have a spare and got it for free, thumbs up to the sales person.

    Try to load Windows 7 Pro using the Windows 7 USB DVD and Asus EZ installer to transfer the installation to USB(with USB and NVME driver), changed the bios: fast and secure boot disabled. But still not able to boot into the USB to start the clean installation of Windows 7. Not sure if I bother with going to Pro or just stick with Windows Home. There might be more of a different when Windows 11 comes. Anyone have any luck installing Windows 7 on the X13?

    Overall, everything(high school education programs) boot fast, run smoothly and great display.

    • Why do you need Windows 7, I would assume Windows 10 would be much better for a touchscreen laptop

      • Trying use the win7pro pathway to win10pro.

        • Fair enough. Try using Rufus to create the boot USB