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 New ASUS ZenBook 14 AMD Laptop!

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Pickup a portable powerhouse from Amazon.ca, because the new ASUS ZenBook 14 Laptop is on sale 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, making it a great option for students looking for an ultra-portable, lightweight laptop. It also includes AMD's new eight-core Ryzen 7 4700U processor, which has received praise for its value and impressive performance, often punching above its weight in benchmarks. 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

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    • Very thorough post OP, gj.
      The I/O looks decent for what you see these days. Does anyone know how the MX350 compares? I'm not familiar with this GPU.
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    • Man these new Ryzen laptops are unparalleled price:performance, but a bummer that it tends to also mess with the versatility we were used to with USB-C. Video/PD through USB-C would make this a perfect laptop at this price!

      (reference)
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    • sinizter wrote: Man these new Ryzen laptops are unparalleled price:performance, but a bummer that it tends to also mess with the versatility we were used to with USB-C. Video/PD through USB-C would make this a perfect laptop at this price!

      (reference)
      this is what stopped me last time as well. but been having issues with my XPS lately so this is extremely tempting now.
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    • This is a great price, was going to get this laptop last time it was on sale but it was out of stock everywhere. Ended up getting the zephyrus g14 but this laptop is awesome.
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    • Better to get it from Costco for the 2 year warranty.
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    • Ok, so I got it and compared with the Lenovo Flex 5 from Costco and honestly it isnt that great.

      The fan is in the front and blows on the screen and noticed the screen did get pretty warm so I dont know if in the long run that will be a problem.

      The backlit keyboard is useless and actually makes it harder to read the keybord as each letter itself lights up and not the keyboard piece under like usually.

      The digital numerpad on the trackpad worked maybe 1/5 times and seemed useless.

      The face reader barely worked too.

      The only positives I saw over the Lenovo were that it was lightweight and had an aluminum body.

      I ended up returning it and kept the Lenovo because it had 2 in 1 and seemed to just be a better fit overall.
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    • Thecheapindian wrote: Ok, so I got it and compared with the Lenovo Flex 5 from Costco and honestly it isnt that great.

      The fan is in the front and blows on the screen and noticed the screen did get pretty warm so I dont know if in the long run that will be a problem.

      The backlit keyboard is useless and actually makes it harder to read the keybord as each letter itself lights up and not the keyboard piece under like usually.

      The digital numerpad on the trackpad worked maybe 1/5 times and seemed useless.

      The face reader barely worked too.

      The only positives I saw over the Lenovo were that it was lightweight and had an aluminum body.

      I ended up returning it and kept the Lenovo because it had 2 in 1 and seemed to just be a better fit overall.
      Yes that is true but different use case, I guess. Over all Lenovo is better. However the screen on this has 92% colour accuracy according to review compared to 60 plus percent on Lenovo so its still better for light photo and video editor.

      Bought a Lenovo Flex 14 last year and its a great laptop. Will try this one.

      Interested if they have this @ Costco warehouse, if anyone is going today please kindly advise.

      BTW I hate that they made the keyboard same colour as the casing, well what can you do.... Have to live with it I guess.
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    • I called and they mentioned online only
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    • bgorhc wrote: I called and they mentioned online only
      For Costco?
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    • very nice price for a beautiful laptop
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    • Here are my quick thoughts on this laptop from Reddit with some revisions:

      I bought my Zenbook 14 from from Walmart and after Asus updates and Windows 10 updates...

      - No issues with fans spinning up and not slowing down so I think it's been fixed.
      - Screen is great compared to the current Lenovo Flex 5 (I have last year's Flex 5 2in1 with the 3700U which I've recently sold).
      - The Zenbook is also quite a bit lighter than my Flex 5 but aside from processor, they are different beasts for different needs for about the same price point.
      - Running Time Spy, approximately 30% faster overall with MX350 vs Ryzen APU.
      - The track pad is responsive and nice.
      - Battery life is a huge improvement over last year's Flex 5 but that's generally true of all laptops with these 4000 Ryzens

      - Yes, the keys are hard to read but typing on it is good. I actually prefer the typing feel on the Flex 5 which is excellent in my books.
      - One issue I had (more then once) was after manually putting the Asus to sleep, I got back in but the keyboard wasn't responding. The mouse was which allowed me to reboot. I'm not sure if it was a bug or I if locked out the keyboard somehow because I can't seem to replicate the issue.

      Overall, it's a keeper for me. Nice build quality, powerful, lightweight and better screen than any of it's competition in the $1,000 price bracket. This Asus is overspec for the type of work that I do but for travel (once we can, lol) this will be great for the minor video editing that I like to do.
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    • Does this have USB-C (DP/PowerDelivery)?
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    • Anyone have experience with the Zenbook and Lenovo Yoga's? Trying to decide between the two which would be the more... satisfying(?) purchase?
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    • beno619 wrote: I'm pretty sure the is the low power variant of the mx350.
      It is and it is pretty gimped. The Ryzen integrated graphics performs better than it in many games.
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