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Paul Renshaw

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  1. The new Asus ROG Zephyrus models with Ryzen 7 4600H 4800H/S and Ryzen 9 4900H/S appear to be arriving in EU around August 7th. From what I've seen online, they seem to be the best by far in terms of performance (outperforming more expensive laptops with the i7-10750H / 10875H and even i9 models with the same RTX graphics cards) and relatively good build quality. The G15, M15 and S17 having larger bodies than the G14 might also have better cooling.
  2. I'm hoping somebody will do a proper comparison of the S17 and Dell XPS 17 at some point as they're probably the only similarly priced and spec'd 17 inch laptops with a 4K screen at the moment.
  3. The issue is, customer service are saying this is due to a current promotion, except it's the exact opposite of a sale. At the same time they've disabled the ability to use 10% student discount with them, so my saved basket went up by nearly £400 overnight! Hopefully it drops again before the end of the month. They told me their promotions change every Thursday so worth checking weekly if you're planning on getting a new Dell in the near future.
  4. If like me you've spent the last few weeks watching every video you can find and scouring news articles from the past 6 months about new 2020 gaming and creator laptop models, you might be interested to note that the new Asus ROG Zephyrus models such as the G14 M15 S15 and S17 with the latest Intel 10th Gen i7 chips and the AMD Ryzen 7 and 9 chips have started appearing either as out of stock or for preorder on Scan.co.uk, Amazon.co.uk and Overclockers.co.uk (possibly others). You might not be able to find them through the sites' navigation but a quick Google search of specific models will get you to the product pages.
  5. I have been checking the Dell UK site everyday since the very hour the new XPS models were added to the site. This morning, the prices all went up by £150, and the "original" prices shown (showing a reduction of £19.99) have also been increased so this reduction appears to be the same, but they were NEVER listed at those prices. e.g. The top priced model with i7-10750H and 32GB RAM was originally listed at £2,949 showing a reduction of £19.99 (original price £2,968.99, which it also never was). It is now listed at £3,099 still showing a reduction of £19.99 from the "original" price of £3118.99. I'm not sure if this also applies to the prices in other countries. Unfortunately, I don't have the online presence to widely expose this. Hopefully someone in the community here or from the LTT team has the connections to do so. I don't know what else to say that wouldn't be rude.
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