I wanted a new Laptop. But… I want to get it for free.
I have been saving some of my free earnings from my devices to buy myself an early Christmas gift on black friday 2017. I was able to accumulate about $900 worth of Amazon Giftcards.
I gave myself a budget of less than $900. My old laptop’s battery died and since it is old I felt that I needed to replace it. For my new laptop, I wanted something lightweight that could last at least 8 hours. It has to be small between 11 in to 14 in. It has to be fast: at least an intel core i5 CPU (latest generation) and it should be a Solid State Drive (SSD).
I was searching around the amazon store for a laptop that was perfect for my needs. And nearing blackfriday 2017 I found the recently released Asus ZenBook UX330UA-AH55. It was $749 pre sale, the battery was claimed to last 12hours, it was 13.3in, and only 2.6 lbs. It had the latest core i5 8th generation processor and 256GB SSD. This was the perfect laptop for me.
I waited until sale time and bought the laptop for $711.55 on Amazon. I used my saved Amazon Gift cards for this purchase. I also bought a laptop plastic case hard cover to protect the laptop from scratches. My laptop was basically free and was from all the free Amazon Gift cards I was getting for running apps and sites from my devices.
I made an unboxing video of this laptop on youtube with this link: https://youtu.be/oDfg-F-_B54
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