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[Canada Computers] ASUS Zenbook 14" Ultrabook, 3.6 GHz AMD Ryzen 7 4700U, 512 GB SSD, 16 GB LPDDR4, NVIDIA GeForce MX350 $999

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Jan 22, 2014
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Toronto
What you should look for is the zephyr us g14 that visions electronics was selling for 1499. It's cheaper than yours, has an incredible form factor, has the same processor, and a much better graphics card. Big battery too.

For editing that would be fantastic, and you'd save a few bucks
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Apr 27, 2014
1207 posts
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Toronto, ON
Back in stock online at Canada computers if anyone's looking, 7.99 shipping though
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Dec 14, 2005
99 posts
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Vancouver
Can I ask for advice - is this one any good for basic business use or better to go with the Flex?
Asus Costco
Newbie
Jul 5, 2011
41 posts
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VANCOUVER
Very tempting, but I'm hoping to find something with Back2School sales coming up. Ideally looking for a laptop around $600-$800
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Jun 13, 2020
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Stagione wrote: Very tempting, but I'm hoping to find something with Back2School sales coming up. Ideally looking for a laptop around $600-$800
Same, do you know when the bts sales will start kicking off?
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Jun 15, 2020
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Shaggy wrote: Can I ask for advice - is this one any good for basic business use or better to go with the Flex?
Asus Costco
The asus will suffice for basic business use but the flex is significantly more powerful overall. I'd go with the flex.
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Apr 27, 2014
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trihardbangz wrote: The asus will suffice for basic business use but the flex is significantly more powerful overall. I'd go with the flex.
From the other thread it seems that the keyboard on the model from costco is bilingual, might be a drawback for some
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Jun 15, 2020
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alkaint wrote: From the other thread it seems that the keyboard on the model from costco is bilingual, might be a drawback for some
True, I thought you were referring to the amazon one

https://www.amazon.ca/Lenovo-Graphics-i ... 687&sr=1-3

This one drops seems to drop down to $797 - $810 every week or so and has a english keyboard. Of course costco will offer better security / warranty and the ryzen 4700u, but I think the flex 5 with the ryzen 4500u is the best value at $810.
Newbie
Feb 20, 2020
33 posts
9 upvotes
CC has been disingenuous with this product. I ordered when it said it was in stock then they changed my order to back ordered yet still charged my credit card. I decided to cancel my order b/c I couldn't find a display model to see it person and CC couldn't confirm a delivery date. I asked if the return policy would start after it was shipped or received and they said no dice, 15 days from date of purchase. Mediocre customer service at best. Have others had the same experience?
Member
Jan 14, 2017
359 posts
253 upvotes
Great news. When did you order and where are you located?
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Dec 31, 2013
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Magoomba wrote: Canada Computers prices is increased to $1,199 now
COVID tax/surcharge strikes again...
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Sep 2, 2005
123 posts
16 upvotes
Vasyllaw wrote: Great news. When did you order and where are you located?
I ordered on July 25th. I'm in the GTA.
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Dec 11, 2012
239 posts
614 upvotes
Waterloo
So Canada Computers was able to order one in for me 2 weeks ago for the $1000 price.

They just got it in. I already got the Lenovo Flex from Costco for $1000, very similar specs (Ryzen 7 4700u, 16gb ram etc).

Which should I stick with? Costco has the 90 day return policy.

The only main difference is Flex is 2 in 1 and Zenbook isnt. Idc too much about 2 in 1 but if I have it I’ll use it.

I need something that’ll last me long and will be good enough for basic school work.

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