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The MSI Prestige 14 Evo is a thin and light laptop that offers strong performance and a nice design. I reviewed a model with an Intel Core i7-1185G7 processor earlier this year, and while battery life was underwhelming for a notebook with an $1149 price tag, it was the fastest notebook I’ve ever used that weighs less than 3 pounds.

Now Amazon is offering a model with a Core i5-1135G7 processor, 16GB of RAM, and 512GB of storage for just just over half that price (after rebate). While that mid-range processor won’t be quite as fast, the $599 price tag makes this laptop a lot more attractive.

Note that you’ll have to pay $699 up front for the laptop. To get the $100 rebate, you’ll need order the MSI Prestige 14 Evo before September 30, 2021 and then send in a rebate form.

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  1. If that notebook doesn’t have user upgradeable parts inside (RAM, HDD, wifi card, etc), I’m not interested.

    1. You can forget about ever finding another Ultrabook with user-upgradable RAM. That ship sailed a long time ago.

      Even user-upgradable SSDs are becoming less common. And OEMs are starting to use less ideal SSD form factors. In 2021 there’s far fewer laptop makers using M.2 2280 than there was last year. Many of them started moving on to M.2 2242, which is FAR less ideal for upgrading, as there are extremely few options on the market, and many of them are poor performers due to lacking onboard DRAM cache.