I still plan on buying a laptop but for now, I really need an upgrade and can't afford the prices of a high-end laptop.
Update: I decided to build a desktop instead of buying a laptop
Looks promising. only thing is that it's at the top of my budget.
I was thinking 17" because it should have better airflow but if a 15" and below laptop can stay cool, why not
note: this would be a Desktop...
I've seen laptops that have lasted longer or close to that (Depending on the construction quality).
Carrying around a laptop that weighs 12.1 lbs laptop to a from classes. Well at least ill get a daily workout
1) What is your budget? $2000 USD
2) What size notebook would you prefer? I was thinking 17" because it should have better...
How was the packaging of the laptop? is there any extra cushioning HID adds?
Does 2400Mhz vs 2666Mhz make a big difference?
Edit: Can you also explain the Active Member Discount?
Has anyone tried running an APU in this yet?
Did you get the extended warranty?. Normally I would say its a waste of money but for this laptop, I'm thinking it could be worth it
I am hoping to pick one of these up from @ HIDevolution. I'm still unsure of which upgrades to get, I was thinking Thermal Grizzly Conductonaut on...
I plan on taking this thing to class and back, would you say that would be hard to do?
So in all, you would still recommend this laptop. Also, do you people ask questions when you pull out the power brick in public?
Any updates on your RMA?
Any confirmation on ASUS supporting upgrading the CPU down the line (Ryzen +/2/3)?
I just got an email back from HIDEvolution, below is a copy of the conversation
Hopefully, it arrives sometime before cyber Monday.
I emailed XoticPC, below is a copy of the transcript
From what I can get the resellers are in the dark too and I can Imagine this is the case...
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