Where can a US person buy an under-warranty R1F t7200?

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  1. Pentastic

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    The CPU is not soldered on the motherboard.
     
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    My mistake, I got confused and thought you were talking about a reseller taking a US spec R1F and swapping the CPUs. Yeah, mattj is right, just order a T7200 from overseas and Asus Global should keep its warranty for it.
     
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    Asus will honor its warranty if you do this.
    If you change it on your own, then the warranty only covers original parts.
    I was clear about the difference between the two scenarios when I spoke with the Asus representative.
     
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    no worries. we live in confusing times. everything has specific mods n acronyms n bloody forums to read! :p
     
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    Check out agearnotebooks.com
     
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    Hey, this thread's still around. :) I ended up getting the R1f from StarTech (http://www.stipc.com/) and having them spec it out to a fare-the-well: 2.16 gHz (T7400), 2 Gigs RAM, 100 gig 7200rpm drive, 2 year warranty from Star-tech. I will probably use it as a mobile desktop replacement once I get it set up with all my programs (photoshop, illustrator, homesite, indesign, flash, etc--I'm a designer). In the meantime I am using it to paint with and set up a little blog to upload my doodles: http://www.tabletpaint.com/
     
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    Wow - I'm very impressed by the drawings. I wouldn't have expected something drawn on a tablet could look so much like actual paintings
     
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