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Autor Thema: Walmart EVOO Gaming 17 Review: Chinese Laptop with Walmart's Name Slapped On  (Gelesen 275 mal)

Redaktion

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Walmart brand electronics may sound cheaply made at first, but this is the exact same laptop that many high-end resellers also offer including Maingear, Schenker, and Eluktronics.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/Walmart-EVOO-Gaming-17-Review-Chinese-Laptop-with-Walmart-s-Name-Slapped-On.444810.0.html

Lemuel

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as good as it sounds the only reason I'll not be able to put it in my consideration is that I'm from overseas and we don't have Walmart here. Service repair or Warranty is not available compared to known brands like Acer.

Piotr

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It's interesting that this laptop performs much better than XMG NEO 17 with identical barebone. Is it undervolted by default or the paste was applied incorrectly in XMG?

william blake

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great value! and great showing how shitty those 3k laptops are.

A

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Is EVOO owned by Walmart really? The EVOO website it completely broken. Including contact us page.

It also sucks that the UEFI BIOS is so limited for configuration. Is this for all of these Chinese rebrands?

That said, the price is really really good, especially during the holidays. I would highly suggest using a credit card that extends your warranty. Some Citi cards give 2 years extended warranty. Or get the walmart protection plan. Cause I get the feeling support isn't going to be there.

JustRay78

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Is EVOO owned by Walmart really? The EVOO website it completely broken. Including contact us page.

It also sucks that the UEFI BIOS is so limited for configuration. Is this for all of these Chinese rebrands?

That said, the price is really really good, especially during the holidays. I would highly suggest using a credit card that extends your warranty. Some Citi cards give 2 years extended warranty. Or get the walmart protection plan. Cause I get the feeling support isn't going to be there.

I agree, I bought this but this is my main concern.  This comes with a 1 year warranty.  So, if it breaks within the 1 year who do you bring it to? Walmart?  If Evoo is down and out, and you didnt get an extended warranty, which I didnt, then is there a warranty at all?

Ali

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Would you review the 15 inch version?

 

 
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