Two days ago, this appeared on Ozbargain (1) Asus TUF Laptop with AMD Ryzen 7 4800H CPU, 8GB RAM, GTX 1660Ti, 512GB SDD, 144hz $1,283.56 Delivered @ Amazon AU - OzBargain Seemed pretty good value.. Ryzen 7 4800H ~ to the 3700X (8 core 16 threads) ~$450 GTX 1660Ti ~$550 (cheapest available) Ram 2x 8gb = 16gb - $100 500gb NVME SSD - $80 = $1180 plus windows 10 Home + motherboard, powersupply, case and screen... this laptops is beginning to look like great value... Reviews however are very mixed.. with these as the standout negatives Don't Buy The Asus TUF Gaming A15 - YouTube ASUS TUF A15 Review - The Disappointing Budget Gaming Laptop? - YouTube This was kind of promising .. AMD Ryzen 7 4800H Review | TechSpot After watching some of the reviews above, almost didn't buy... but.. geeze.. it seemed really really cheap and good value.. Ordered at 10am on Tuesday.. arrived 1.00pm on Wednesday - got to love amazon.com.au delviery.. Specs arrived 4800H - 2.9gh, 4.2ghz turbo - 8 core 16 threads 16gb of samsung 2x8gb ddr4-3200 cas 22. (bonus - the amazon listing only said 8gb) 500gb Micron MTFD 2210 QLC drive Microsoft Word - x2210_QLC_SSD_Product_Brief.docx (micron.com) and this panel Innolux N156HRA-EA1 Overview - Panelook.com Greymetal colour. 144hz panel.. 12 months warranty.. the additional harddrive cable and screws, where inside the cardboard box... (seveal reviewers have said that there weren't included)... probably lost in their review samples. Good News, I wasn't expecting much, after such negative reviews.. very pleasantly surprised by how nice the machine is. No blurriness of the "IPS level" panel.. (look like the screen lottery strikes again, and Asus is shipping better responsive panel on the some machines). but still not particularly bright.. Keyboard and trackpad is fine as well.. .. room for two M2 ssds and 1 - 2.5inch bay.. Ram and Wireless is upgradable.. the Wifi 5 Realtek cards, seems pretty crap... might need to replace it.. I fully expect this machine, to get hot, noisy and throttle under load.. but heck.. a complete 8 core 16 thread zen2 machine with a 1660Ti, 500gb NVME SSD and windows 10 home with a screen and backlit keyboard, is going to be hard value to beat.. given how much GPUs are going for these days.. Have a look at this Desktop versus laptop GPU comparision.. the desktop 1660ti is on average 14% faster than the Laptop version... or the laptop version is around 12% slower than the desktop. Desktop GeForce vs. Laptop GeForce: Gaming Performance Compared | TechSpot So presumably the performance of the Gtx1060 / Rx580 level..desktop... As has been pointed out in the past, there is no such thing as a bad product .. only bad pricing... At this sort of pricing (.. it seems like a pretty good buy)..