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Posted by Allan Kremer
 - September 17, 2022, 04:42:03
Does anyone know what the part number is for the 1440 screen? I have the 1080 version of this laptop and I'm wanting to upgrade the screen. My screen part number is 18010-15690100.
Posted by NikoB
 - August 16, 2022, 13:47:26
Offended not in my English, but at the "AI" from Google Translator, which translates the simplest phrases in another language so stupidly in 2022(!). Google boasts of achievements, but in fact their programmers are not able to do even what for a long time to make it easily according to the assurances of their employees who have already "saw artificial intelligence" somewhere there, only their translator does not even pull at the level of 3 year old child..

In general, whoever wanted, he realized what I wrote, from (here again, there is a stupitidy from GT - it choose "out"m but not "from") context. After all, people are not stupid as (no "as" - again fail from GT) "artificial intelligence", right?  All native and fluent english mans just need to make a little effort on yourself to understand what I wrote, much less than I need study English for years and years..

In general, an indication of bad English, when understanding that a person does not possess it and this is clearly text from GT - bad manners.
Posted by RobertJasiek
 - August 16, 2022, 06:25:37
Quote from: NikoB on August 16, 2022, 01:47:04consumers are deceiving

consumers are deceiving = consumers deceive others

consumers are deceived = manufacturers deceive the consumers

You need to proofread the English of your messages, whose intended contents is appreciated!
Posted by NikoB
 - August 16, 2022, 01:47:04
This is a completely ordinary cynical practice of ASUS marketers and, for example, Lenovo - to give a review an option that 99% (or even more) buyers will never see in stores.

About 2 years ago I corresponded with the American ASUS for buying TUF with a good panel (according variants in specs) and according to openly stupid unsubscribes of the us managers there quickly realized that they were not going (asus) selling such options neither in the USA nor anywhere else.

Lenovo has even more sophisticated tactics - in some business series it simply does not write color spaces of panel in PSREF, but at the same time indicates 300 nit brightness, although many inexperienced buyers are already known from experts (like me) and think that 300 nit of brightness mean automatically 72%+ NTSC color space. But now this is far from the case..

Remember how Asus brazenly deceived buyers in 2020/2021 TUF, selling fake 120/144Hz panels with disgusting color space (45-46% NTSC only) and a real slow response. What has changed today? They actually used this site to promote public opinion, that the new series was a success version (with a small such nuance he-he - with screen only 2560x1440), but in stores there will be a completely different compote...

In general, consumers are deceiving as they can, and such reviews, with special options for gadgets for a good overview, are just called to confuse the townsfolk, among which incorrect rumors begin to spread that this model is good. But this option, they will never see in retail as their ears...

I can tell the even more sophisticated tactics used by the Xiaomi ...
Posted by LL
 - August 15, 2022, 17:20:31
Excellent warning.
Posted by Redaktion
 - August 15, 2022, 06:33:30
Don't fall for Asus' tricks. While the TUF Gaming F15 is one of the better budget gaming laptops you can buy, nearly all of the configurations online come with the abysmal 1080p panel with very poor colors.