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    Difference between Formuler Zx and Z7+ UHD 4K

    Been looking at getting one and have decided to buy. But what is the difference between the Two?

    title should say difference.
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    the z7+ has SDRAM: 2 GBytes (DDR4)
    where the Zx has only 1 GB
    not sure if there are any other differences.

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    As above, the RAM only. 2GB RAM is worth the extra money imo.
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