, MasterPie wrote

@JohnAskew: I paid $1200 and it came with an i7, 8GB RAM, 300GB HDD, 1080p with a bluray player, and can play Arkham Asylum on high settings. And it is pretty light with good build quality.

Yours is an HDD rather than SSD, lacks touch capability, and has no digitizer (I'm assuming).

The difference in price would account for a good portion of the difference between the i5 vs i7, the the Blu-ray player, and extra memory.

BTW, I got an ASUS 17" notebook with i7, 8GB RAM, 500GB HDD, 1920 x 1080 display, and a BD-R for only $1100. You got ripped off. Smiley