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Old 16-08-2018, 08:52 PM   #196
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You all missed out the tax.
If MS Canada price is exclude Tax, den might not save much.
Overall as online exchange rate now, USD $1349.99 vs CAD $1571 price to SGD is approx $210.82 (11.37%) difference

Btw any multi port adapter to recommend?
Got my set liao finally

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Old 16-08-2018, 09:18 PM   #197
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i set my friend address they have EHF of $1 CAD and GST HST of $204.76 CAD
the price is about the same as US. no difference at all.
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Old 16-08-2018, 10:29 PM   #198
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Just saw Caro also got ppl selling $2,300 for i7.
Somemore got 2 sets sia.
I think he got stuck and wanna clear cos the price I bought at USD $1499.99 = SGD $228x liao.
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Old 16-08-2018, 11:56 PM   #199
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Zzzzzz I’m using the Anker USB PD multi charger and J5 Type C to Type C cable to charge and use.
The laptop below right side got some sharp thing poking my wrist but I use finger touch is ok.
is that normal?
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Old 17-08-2018, 08:17 AM   #200
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Just saw Caro also got ppl selling $2,300 for i7.
Somemore got 2 sets sia.
I think he got stuck and wanna clear cos the price I bought at USD $1499.99 = SGD $228x liao.
Whatever his reason, if the deal is good, can consider.
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Old 17-08-2018, 09:45 AM   #201
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Dunno is it rush production, the laptop is not balanced.
when lid is close, it will shake abit when I press it on the top left with my fingers.
When lid is open, the lower right shake obvious when I press it.
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Old 17-08-2018, 06:07 PM   #202
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Dunno is it rush production, the laptop is not balanced.
when lid is close, it will shake abit when I press it on the top left with my fingers.
When lid is open, the lower right shake obvious when I press it.
thanks for share

i read one customer has some build issue on amazon too

does the laptop run warm/hot and is it within comfortable range for u?
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Old 17-08-2018, 07:18 PM   #203
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thanks for share

i read one customer has some build issue on amazon too

does the laptop run warm/hot and is it within comfortable range for u?
Haven really got time to test it yet, still trying to setup and install.
The design and screen I really liked it but quite disappoint by the speed of update of windows, super slow but could be my default setting for active timing in the update. It doesn't seems to update at all last night.
I find it quite hot when I on it for hours to just to update, bearable holding it but a nono if put on lap.

Mine is a Toshiba SSD, saw some comments that it's speed slow down significantly after updates of window.
Liteon SSD is a better choice but likely for first few batches set.

The charger came with it is compact but quite heavy.
Anybody using Xiaomi USB Type C 65W charger and any idea what's it weight?
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Old 17-08-2018, 07:57 PM   #204
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Haven really got time to test it yet, still trying to setup and install.
The design and screen I really liked it but quite disappoint by the speed of update of windows, super slow but could be my default setting for active timing in the update. It doesn't seems to update at all last night.
I find it quite hot when I on it for hours to just to update, bearable holding it but a nono if put on lap.

Mine is a Toshiba SSD, saw some comments that it's speed slow down significantly after updates of window.
Liteon SSD is a better choice but likely for first few batches set.

The charger came with it is compact but quite heavy.
Anybody using Xiaomi USB Type C 65W charger and any idea what's it weight?
Oh. Mine's the Liteon one. The updates only started trickling in like on my 2nd or 3rd day of usage. Go and undervolt it. I managed to cut 10 degrees off full load temperatures. The thing runs a lot cooler and it's very quiet now.

Don't need waste money buy another charger leh. Haha. Spend so much liao le. I just bought this from lazada. The fit is quite tight (as compared to other universal adapters), so it won't come off after you stick your charger into it. Very worth the 5 bucks.

Dunno is it rush production, the laptop is not balanced.
when lid is close, it will shake abit when I press it on the top left with my fingers.
When lid is open, the lower right shake obvious when I press it.
No issues with mine.

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Old 17-08-2018, 08:27 PM   #205
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Oh. Mine's the Liteon one. The updates only started trickling in like on my 2nd or 3rd day of usage. Go and undervolt it. I managed to cut 10 degrees off full load temperatures. The thing runs a lot cooler and it's very quiet now.

Don't need waste money buy another charger leh. Haha. Spend so much liao le. I just bought this from lazada. The fit is quite tight (as compared to other universal adapters), so it won't come off after you stick your charger into it. Very worth the 5 bucks.



No issues with mine.
Undervolt in Bios or?
saw some comments posting dunno trying to undervolt how many times to avoid crash before but never pay attention to it.
Will read up again when I free.

The adapter u posted, I got alot hahaha.

sadly they don't have those macbook hard cover shell for protector.
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Old 17-08-2018, 08:49 PM   #206
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Undervolt in Bios or?
saw some comments posting dunno trying to undervolt how many times to avoid crash before but never pay attention to it.
Will read up again when I free.

The adapter u posted, I got alot hahaha.

sadly they don't have those macbook hard cover shell for protector.
Is use Intel XTU. just click click a few button only. I didn't bother undervolting bit by bit till blue screen. I just set mine to -0.100v settle liao.
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Old 19-08-2018, 03:58 PM   #207
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Saw quite a number of user selling their used set away le...
What's going on ar?
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Old 19-08-2018, 05:45 PM   #208
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Haha. No idea leh. I haven't encountered any problems with mine so far. Really worthwhile purchase, in my opinion.
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Old 19-08-2018, 07:12 PM   #209
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Haha. No idea leh. I haven't encountered any problems with mine so far. Really worthwhile purchase, in my opinion.
Mine having issue, using Crystal disk mark to test...

Read 3104 Write 462 only.........

I search online is due to windows 10 update but I couldn't apply the KB4100403 patch
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Old 19-08-2018, 08:05 PM   #210
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Hi all,

Would like to ask the current owners here what third-party chargers they are using? Dun really feel like carrying around the original charger and travel adapter... I'm looking at this but scared power is too low and charge too slowly. Any recommendations for chargers?

Thanks!
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