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Asus ROG Zephyrus G14

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Hi guys, I will be studying CS next year and probably doing a few side projects involving machine learning and I am also a light gamer. I was wondering if I should get the $1450 Asus ROG Zephyrus G14 because of how fast it is (def not to flex the AniMe matrix :) or would there be a better option I should consider since I plan to use this laptop for quite some time. thanks :)
 

PS: $1600 is about the max I would be willing to spend on a laptop.

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The zephyrus g14 is an amazing laptop. I would get it if you can find it in stock.


I am far from an expert in this so please correct me if I’m wrong.

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I mean, it's basically the best in its class and has won several design awards. Can't go wrong with the G14

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I would check if any of the following matters to you, because its very much lacking in the G14:

1. Webcam - None

2. Home/End/PgUp/PgDown - None

3.Brightness Display - 330 nits, I am not sure it can sustain your eyes reading a lot of code/material for a long period of time... but i could be wrong. you will have to ask some owners who are also programming 

 

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9 hours ago, idanohh said:

I would check if any of the following matters to you, because its very much lacking in the G14:

1. Webcam - None

2. Home/End/PgUp/PgDown - None

3.Brightness Display - 330 nits, I am not sure it can sustain your eyes reading a lot of code/material for a long period of time... but i could be wrong. you will have to ask some owners who are also programming 

 

For indoor use, 260 nits is already too bright. For outdoor use, 330 is fine as anything over 380-390 is burning to the eyes for prolonged use

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