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RedFox SlimTouch WBST14 Haswell-powered Ultrabook

Along with other Haswell-powered devices we’ve seen during the 4th Gen Intel Core processor launch a couple of days ago, REDFOX was also there to showcase their SlimTouch WBST14 Ultrabook.

The REDFOX SlimTouch WBST14 sports a 14-inch full HD display, Haswell Intel Core i5-4200U CPU, Intel HD Graphics 4400, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, and a 3,900mAh battery.


At first glance, the SlimTouch’s body looks like it’s made of aluminum but it’s actually plastic. Although it looks okay in terms of aesthetics, the grey color makes it look “old-fashioned”. It also felt like it took inspiration from another ultrabook but I just can’t put my finger on which one.


REDFOX SlimTouch WBST14 specs:
14″ 16:9 full HD display
4th Gen Intel Core i5-4200u
Intel HD 4400 Graphics
1MP front-facing camera
USB 2.0 (x1)
USB 3.0 (x2)
headphone out/MIC-in phone jack
3-in-1 card readers slot
HDMI out
LAN 10/100/1000 MBPS
WLAN 802.11 b/g/n
3,900mAH battery
Kensington Lock
Windows 8
338 x 233 x 20.5 mm
1.91 kg


We wanted to tinker with the SlimTouch when it was on display but unfortunately it’s a dummy unit and doesn’t even turn on. Also there was no rep during the time we were playing with it so we weren’t able to get any info regarding pricing and availability.

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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17 Responses

  1. XTN says:

    Im expecting the new haswell chips would handle med tier gaming decently. Has anyone have experienced using one of this?

  2. kanor says:

    RedFox? Next!

  3. sano says:

    no sales personnel, hahaha that is nice, maybe they are ashamed being close to that brand, its a dummy unit cause dummies for for dummy brands.like errr redfx….

  4. Imperius says:

    Anu ung quality ng redfox laptops?

    Isang baguhan lang sa laptop world… Thanks

  5. Typo po sir Ronnie says:

    “and doesn’t even turn on”

    turned on po dapat di ba? pag turn on po kasi parang ang dating eh sira yung unit, hehe :D

    • Mike M says:

      Author is correct.

      “and doesn’t even turn on”

      Doesn’t/Shouldn’t/Wouldn’t etc = Negative Contractions

      Negative contractions are, when used with a verb, the base/present form of the verb is used.

      Also, if you think about it, ang baho pakinggan ng sentence kung “turned on” yung ginamit.


  6. Typo po sir Louie says:

    “and doesn’t even turn on”

    turned on po dapat di ba? pag turn on po kasi parang ang dating eh sira yung unit, hehe :D

  7. aze says:

    Kmusta quality ng red fox?

    • Matthew Ames says:

      RedFox laptops usually have a decent build quality. As for the price, sometimes they’re a bit expensive or at almost the same price range as well-known laptop brands.

  8. flitz says:

    20mm thick pero plastic? baka pag nilagay mo sa bagpack mo yan pag kuha mo nag bend na. mehehe

  9. Mike M says:

    Redfox brand is a decent. If you should know, Redfox, as a motherboard, is supplied by both Biostar and Gigabyte as an OEM. I’m guessing this unit is a Gigabyte OEM from their laptop line up.

    Oh, and also, these laptops, whether it is HP, Dell, Lenovo, Apple, Asus etc, most of them also use Foxconn as their motherboard manufacturer of their laptops, which is another brand that pinoys are saying “yuck”. :P

    Although service is actually decent vs. branded (yes, their service is pretty decent), price-wise, they’re around “branded” pricing, sometimes higher or lower.

  10. ralph says:

    tsk tsk… parang mac nanaman yung design.

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