|Standing screen display size||14 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 Lines Per Inch|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||16.00|
ASUS - ROG Zephyrus G14 14" Gaming Laptop - AMD Ryzen 9 - 16GB Memory - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 - 1TB SSD - Moonlight White
|Operating System||Windows 10|
|Standing screen display size||14 Inches|
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ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14 Gaming Laptop: Enjoy everyday gaming with this ASUS notebook PC. The AMD Ryzen 9 processor and 16GB of RAM let you run graphics-heavy games smoothly, while the potent NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 graphics produce high-quality visuals on the 14-inch Full HD display. This ASUS notebook PC has 1TD SSD that shortens load times and offers ample storage.
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Now, for the hard part. I am currently living in Mexico and this model won't be available here and that is why I decided to get this laptop from a third party seller (more $) trough Amazon (+ import fees $ + shipping cost $). I know there are probably cheaper ways to get this but I decided to go with Amazon convinced they will handle all the paperwork and the import process.
Unfortunately I was wrong. For my particular case, Mexican government has a set of rules called NOMs (Mexican Official Norms), and those apply for any foreign product with a cost higher than &1,000.00 USD. There are several NOMs a product has to comply with and getting the certificates is a rather long process that involves sending the product to a specialized lab for testing and a really long time waiting on the federal agencies for any response. The NOMs are in place to ensure a foreign product can be used with out harm within Mexican territory.
While I was researching all these "fun" rules and their applications, I got to realize that they are aimed to the big importing companies. The ones that get a foreign product to be sold in Mexico, and in my case I am just a final customer looking to buy an awesome laptop.
In my opinion, getting this certificates is the job of the ones like Amazon or the third party seller I got the laptop from: Michael Electronics; since they are selling and importing this product to a foreign country.
I went trough a rather worrisome process where my laptop got hold on customs office for over 10 days. During this time I was in constant communication with Amazon and Michael Electronics and although they were super polite, they were NOT helpful.
In order to get my laptop released I had to obtain an especial letter from Mexican government to exempt 2 (of many) NOMs. Surprisingly, Mexican federal agencies where extremely helpful and they got me the letter in 5 business days. I then submitted the letter to the customs officials and finally got my laptop.
I don't believe this laptop should be sold by Amazon without the required documentation, the risk of the product getting stalled in customs offices is very high and there is no warranty that Amazon will issue a full refund (according to the representatives I spoke with). I could complain about the NOMs but foreign country laws are way out of our control and then again this is WHY we use big selling companies like Amazon. I believe Michael Electronics shares responsibility too but I also believe this is WHY they choose to sell their products trough Amazon. According to Mexican government agencies Amazon has A LOT of issues related to Mexican NOMs so to them: PLEASE, it is not a new topic and I am NOT the only one.
For everyone looking to import this awesome laptop from America beware of what happened to me.
En video juegos corren he jugado en alta calidad de gráficos, solo que se torna un poco caliente el teclado.
El procesador es rápido y sus respuestas de carga
And for me it’s the best you can buy write now!
About my expectations:
1. I didn’t expected a small scratch from the back!
Which seems that I could have got an open-box piece. And if that is the case, it would be a disappointment!
2. The battery 🔋 has a long lifetime which is good of course. But if you were doing your research without trying the laptop your self, you could find that they were exaggerating a little bit
3. I really didn’t expected that there are versions do not include anime matrix but that didn’t bother me anyway because I would not go for it with an increase in ( price, available date, weight, thickness and whatever small wattage amount it would take)
4. Finally, webcam. The second day I received the laptop, I needed to make a video call. Guess what, I spent almost an hour to check where is the cam 😂
I mean it would not bother them to add one even in keyboard like HUAWEI matebook d14 for instance!
Would like that to be addressed at some point. For now. It works.
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But it still has some problems you should be aware of
BEWARE before you buy :
- Terrible Keyboard Backlight
- Terrible fan noise by default. The laptop has a large fan noise even when idle. It can be solved with some third party fan software, but it doesn't always work. If you are irritated by noise, this laptop is not for you.
- no free copy of assassin's Creed Valhalla. This is disappointing because most stores that sell the G14 offer a free copy
- no thunderbolt 3
Amazon has also increased the price by 10% since I last bought it a few weeks ago. Consider the price, and whether it's worth it for you. The price will likely go higher than it is now.
Reviewed in Australia on August 8, 2020
Therefore, price is really good here. Price has gone down since my purchase. Recommended to get. Thanks!