Amazon.ca Amazon.ca: Get the ASUS ZenBook 14 Laptop with AMD Ryzen 7 4700U Processor, 16GB RAM + 512GB SSD for $999.00 (regularly $1199.00) Save $200 on the 2020 ASUS ZenBook 14 AMD Laptop!

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Attend your next virtual meeting on a new laptop from Amazon.ca, because you can get the 2020 ASUS ZenBook 14 Laptop for $999.00 (regularly $1199.00) with free shipping -- a savings of $200.00!

Originally released in April 2020, this latest-generation ASUS ZenBook is touted as one of the smallest 14" laptops on the market and includes AMD's new eight-core Ryzen 7 4700U processor, which has received praise for its value and impressive performance. For reference, $999.00 price matches the historical low price last seen in late-August (and sold out quickly). A few other specs include:

  • 14" 1080p IPS display with NanoEdge slim bezels on all four sides to make any visuals more immersive
  • AMD Ryzen 7 4700U processor with 16GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 512GB PCIe SSD
  • Discrete NVIDIA GeForce MX350 2GB GDDR5 graphics
  • Aluminum alloy construction for impressive strength and great heat-dissipation to stay cool for maximum performance
  • New LED-illuminated NumberPad integrates a numeric keypad into the trackpad
  • Ports: 1 x HDMI, 1 x USB-A 2.0, 1 x USB-A 3.2 Gen 2, 1 x USB-C 3.2 Gen 2, 1 x 3.5mm audio jack, 1 x microSD card reader
  • Windows 10 Home pre-installed

This offer is available online for a limited time and qualifies for free shipping from Amazon.ca.

While this item was in stock at the listed price at the time this deal was posted, Amazon practices dynamic product replacement -- once their stock of an item is depleted, it may be replaced with the same item sold by a third-party retailer for a different price. Double-check that the listed price and shipping fees we posted are still available before you buy.

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    • buddy was looking for one before the start of his MBA but was sold out everywhere at 999. ended up getting one at a bit over 1100+
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    • This is a really solid deal, EXCEPT for the lack of USB-C display support. On my current machine (2016 ThinkPad), I run 2 external monitors -- one over USB-C, the other HDMI.
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    • I suppose it comes with English keyboard only? :(
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    • jaybeeg wrote: This is a really solid deal, EXCEPT for the lack of USB-C display support. On my current machine (2016 ThinkPad), I run 2 external monitors -- one over USB-C, the other HDMI.
      Same here, lack of two external monitor outputs on this laptop means it's not even an option for me. Doesn't need to be USB-C (although it's the most flexible port), could have been a mini DisplayPort or second HDMI connection.
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    • Offtopic question:

      How accurate is Asus's battery life claims? I bought a Zenbook Flip 14 from Amazon during Prime Days from their warehouse deals so it was not brand new, although the condition of the laptop was pristine, and according to the powercfg the battery charge count was 0. It's the UM462DA-AB51-CA and Asus claims it has up to 9 hours of battery life. However, I've not gotten nowhere close to 9 hours at all. When I turn on the laptop after a full charge, Windows 10 estimates about 4-5 hours left and the battery percentage drops to 99% pretty much right away. Just wondering if the unit I received has a battery issue and how I can test that out? Or are all battery life estimates for Asus laptops not realistic?
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    • rvs007 wrote: Offtopic question:

      How accurate is Asus's battery life claims? I bought a Zenbook Flip 14 from Amazon during Prime Days from their warehouse deals so it was not brand new, although the condition of the laptop was pristine, and according to the powercfg the battery charge count was 0. It's the UM462DA-AB51-CA and Asus claims it has up to 9 hours of battery life. However, I've not gotten nowhere close to 9 hours at all. When I turn on the laptop after a full charge, Windows 10 estimates about 4-5 hours left and the battery percentage drops to 99% pretty much right away. Just wondering if the unit I received has a battery issue and how I can test that out? Or are all battery life estimates for Asus laptops not realistic?
      Manufacturer's have a benchmark screen brightness and activity set that they use to give estimated battery life. If you have full screen brightness and are using your hard drive a lot, or doing lots of downloading, etc you won't ever come close to the benchmark.

      That being said, there has been an improvement in battery life between the ryzen 3x00 chips and the ryzen 4x000 chips. People are reporting much longer battery life.
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    • My only complaint with this laptop is they are charging your for a MX350 which is completely unnecessary with the 4700u's Vega 7 iGPU. The MX350 is only marginally faster (~15%). They would have been better off taking $100 off the price and feeding the 4700u a little more wattage.

      For only $1000 though this is a lot for the dollar and perfect for general use.
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    • can i put nvme in this? my desktop's cpu or mobo just died and been using laptops with 8gb ram, but not enough for me.
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    • hjkimbrian wrote: can i put nvme in this? my desktop's cpu or mobo just died and been using laptops with 8gb ram, but not enough for me.
      it comes with a 512gb nvme
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    • Does Costco still have it in stock? Can't find it and would prefer to buy it from them.
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    • rvs007 wrote: Offtopic question:

      How accurate is Asus's battery life claims? I bought a Zenbook Flip 14 from Amazon during Prime Days from their warehouse deals so it was not brand new, although the condition of the laptop was pristine, and according to the powercfg the battery charge count was 0. It's the UM462DA-AB51-CA and Asus claims it has up to 9 hours of battery life. However, I've not gotten nowhere close to 9 hours at all. When I turn on the laptop after a full charge, Windows 10 estimates about 4-5 hours left and the battery percentage drops to 99% pretty much right away. Just wondering if the unit I received has a battery issue and how I can test that out? Or are all battery life estimates for Asus laptops not realistic?
      I bought the same warehouse unit. It's a fantastic machine, short of the battery life. I have it set to lowest power mode, and screen brightness, and I still only get 5 hours at best. And this is hardly running it with intensive CPU tasks.

      However, I mostly take it back and forth from work to home, and have it pugged in most of the time. Still happy with the purchase at $640.
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    • For those concerned about battery life, the Ryzen based systems have dramatically better battery life than the Intel systems. There are Ryzen gaming laptops seeing 15+ hours of battery life when doing normal tasks which is insane.
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    • Twism wrote: Does Costco still have it in stock? Can't find it and would prefer to buy it from them.
      It got sold out pretty quickly.
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    • The problem can be eliminated with a dock -- extra cost, I get it.
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    • This is a good deal. The last time it was this low was August
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    • FastFret wrote: It got sold out pretty quickly.
      Wonder if there maybe some units in Costco stores. Getting this for someone else who will want a warranty and Costco warranties are usually signifcantly cheaper and less hassle for returns. Otherwise I would have tried price matching at bestbuy. Since this is from Amazon would we have to mail it in for any issues?
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    • Why aren't laptops with glossy screens banned? I'll never agree to stare at something so annoying.
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    • CanadaCPU wrote: My only complaint with this laptop is they are charging your for a MX350 which is completely unnecessary with the 4700u's Vega 7 iGPU. The MX350 is only marginally faster (~15%). They would have been better off taking $100 off the price and feeding the 4700u a little more wattage.

      For only $1000 though this is a lot for the dollar and perfect for general use.
      The mx350 can be useful for gaming. Some games will lock out integrated graphics from some features since it gets recognized as having less than 1gb of vram.
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    • In the past thread a few people mentioned having wifi dropouts. Has this been resolved?
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