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Lenovo Yoga ThinkPad i7 3.1GHz 8GB 12.5" FHD 256 SSD Plus a DasKeyboard Free Delivery $1980

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FREEDAS

Buy the Lenovo Yoga at the lowest price in Australia and get a free DasKeyboard.

Once you've added the Lenovo Notebook to your cart, then go and add a DasKeyboard to your cart.

When you go through the checkout, just use the coupon code "FREEDAS" in the last step of the Checkout process (Order Confirmation), and you will have $141.90 deducted from your cart total.

Offer expires 24th November 2014, or when sold out - one discounted keyboard per notebook purchase.

Full specs. of the DasKeyboard are here:-
http://www.auspcmarket.com.au/das-keyboard-model-s-professio...

Some details on the Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga Model 20CD00CUAU:-

  • Notebook Series Thinkpad Yoga
  • CPU Intel Core i7-4510U Processor
  • Operating System Windows 8.1 Pro 64-bit
  • Screen 12.5" FHD IPS 1920 x 1080
  • 10-Finger Multitouch Display with Combined WACOM digitiser Pen
  • Memory 8GB DDR3 1600MHz SDRAM
  • Hard Drive 256GB SSD
  • Graphics Intel HD Graphics 4400
  • I/O 2x USB3.0, 1 Micro HDMI, Combo Audio
  • Expansion Slots 4-in-1 card reader
  • Communication
    • Wireless: Intel Wireless-N 7260 (2x2 AC)
    • Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.0
  • Webcam 720p
  • Battery Li-Polymer 47Wh
  • Dimensions 316.6 x 18.8-19.4 x 221mm
  • Weight 1.6kg
  • Warranty 1 Year

The ThinkPad Yoga delivers flexibility. Its 12.5" display rotates 360 degrees to offer four different usage modes: Laptop, Tablet, Tent and Stand. Boasting legendary ThinkPad reliability and a range of security features, it's the ultimate multimode Ultrabook.

Pretty good price from what I can see. Cheapest on Staticice is $200 more - even Shopbot cheapest is $65 more and that is before factoring in the free $140 keyboard, plus it is free delivery and no surcharges whatsoever.

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  • free keyboard~!

    • free keyboard

      Yes, but even without the extra keyboard - this is the best price I could find in Australia.

  • +2

    Maybe SP3 is better value at this price point?

    • Maybe SP3 is better value at this price point?

      Perhaps. What is an SP3?

        • Ah, the Surface Pro.

          I guess one would have to add their keyboard/cover thingy.

          However, the Surface Pro is more of a true Tablet, this is more of an UltraBook with Touch Screen.

  • +6

    This model with a 128GB SSD is currently selling for $1699 on the Lenovo web site.

    • Yep $1699 direct from Lenovo Aus with coupon code YOGADEAL

      • The base one with the digitiser, i5 and 4GB RAM is $1,649.00 with the coupon…

        Am I looking at the wrong one?

        • The closest comparable one to this offer is the one on the far right. Hope this helps :-)

          http://shopap.lenovo.com/au/en/laptops/thinkpad/yoga-series/

        • +1

          @robertm:

          Just picked the 2nd last one:

          customised it:
          i7-4510U +$308
          Win 8.1 Pro +$50
          256GB SSD +$200

          Web Price:$2,440.00
          After eCoupon:
          $2,236.55

          Have to say.. the optional extras seem a bit overpriced.

        • @blahman:

          Just picked the 2nd last one:

          customised it:
          i7-4510U +$308
          Win 8.1 Pro +$50
          256GB SSD +$200

          Web Price:$2,440.00
          After eCoupon:
          $2,236.55

          So, just to get this clear.

          Are you saying that after customising your order to make the device match exactly with the one I posted. The price came to $2,236.55 ?

          The cheapest price I could find was at MegaBuy Queensland at just under $2,185 with a 'free' STM carry case, and $2,035 without the 'free' STM case.

          The AusPCmarket price at $1980 would still appear to be the lowest in Australia.

    • robertm said

      This model with a 128GB SSD is currently selling for $1699 on the Lenovo web site.

      RedHab said

      Yep $1699 direct from Lenovo Aus with coupon code YOGADEAL

      NO, not true.

      Not the same model.

      Half the disk capacity. Not the i7-4510U CPU. Windows 8.1 Pro. No free DasKeyboard.

      AND only two left at that price.

      After customising to make that model match the specifications of the model/deal I posted, the price After eCoupon comes to $2,236.55 - Without the DasKeyboard.

  • +3

    Are you sure the weight is 7.10 KGs?? we get it cheaper here -http://www.ncfitnessgear.com.au/7-Kg-rubber-hex-dumbbell

    • Are you sure the weight is 7.10 KGs?? we get it cheaper here -http://www.ncfitnessgear.com.au/7-Kg-rubber-hex-dumbbell

      I am sorry, but where are you seeing this 7.10 kilos?

      I put 1.6kg in my description. If you are seeing 7.10kg on their website it is their error, and I have no control over that. I am only Associated as a friend of the business owner.

      • -2

        Are you saying that the Das Keyboard weighs 5.5kg? Too much heavy! That's a deal breaker for me personally!

        Would you consider sweetening the deal with a free pair of dumbells?

        • +2

          Are you saying that the Das Keyboard weighs 5.5kg? Too much heavy! That's a deal breaker for me personally!

          Is who saying that?

          Just where are these erroneous weights being given?

          I have only posted one weight - that of the UltraBook.

        • Well by inference, if the laptop weighs 1.6kg and the overall deal is worth 7.1kg.. that would make the Das Keyboard 5.5kg in weight! Unless you are including either a pair of 2.75kg dumbells into the deal or the laptop uses a WW2-era Russian power supply! But then that can't be right cos that would make the keyboard weigh nothing!

          How much does the keyboard weigh?

          @A3Australia:

        • +1

          @apey75:

          Well by inference, if the laptop weighs 1.6kg and the overall deal is worth 7.1kg..

          Once again, I must ask - Just from where are you getting this 7.2kg weight?

          And what do you mean by "worth 7.1kg"? I would like to help, and to have any erroneous weights corrected and removed. However, no one can tell me just where they see these weights.

          that would make the Das Keyboard 5.5kg in weight!

          The shipping weight of the dasKeyboard is shown as 2.95KG. I do believe that it is a somewhat heavy mechanical keyboard, but one leaves it on a desk and does not carry it around with the UltraBook.

          Unless you are including either a pair of 2.75kg dumbells into the deal or the laptop uses a WW2-era Russian power supply! But then that can't be right cos that would make the keyboard weigh nothing!

          I am not including anything. AusPcMarket told me about the deal, and I just posted the details here.

          How much does the keyboard weigh?

          I am trying to find out - the shipping weight with retail packaging is 2.95kg

  • +2

    i think the price is a bit rich, there are not many laptops without discrete graphics at this price point, no doubt the form factor adds several hundred dollars

    • +1

      Really just +1 this comment for correct use of the term 'discrete'. I always see people confusing discreet and discrete. I'd be fairly surprised if, by some anthropomorphic miracle, a graphics card was either discreet or indiscreet.

      • +2

        Don't know about that. My GTX590 has just died, it was discreet enough that it's taken me 2 days to find the issue. Now if only my home was discreet enough that I could truly make it discrete …… with a hammer.

      • given that i read many laptop reviews(notebookcheck is my favourite, those Germans are so methodical!) i would kick myself if i misspelt a simple word like that word!

  • -1

    Almost $2k and no discrete graphics? Pass.

    • +2

      This is clearly not for gaming…

  • Guys, do you still remember how lenovo cheat ozbargainers? I will never spent any money on this company..

    • Guys, do you still remember how lenovo cheat ozbargainers? I will never spent any money on this company..

      Well, I don't. However, I have never purchased directly from Lenovo.

      If you purchased from AusPCmarket they would be making money. Lenovo would get their share of course, but at least you would be supporting the Australian seller.

      I believe you will find that AusPCmarket have an excellent reputation.

  • ShinyDiamond asked

    Is $1980 a bargain price????

    Yes, I believe so.

    I checked previous OzBargain posts and ShopBot and StaticIce before posting. Plus the free DasKeyboard and free delivery and no surcharges makes this a true bargain price.

    Its [a] bargain site and not an advertisement site

    Yes, I do know that.

    If you can not post up a better price for this Australian stock and Australian model with a valid Australian warranty (not to mention the free keyboard and free delivery). Then I believe you should retract your neg vote.

  • +2

    While it's not what I'm after, I must give a +1 as my research hasn't uncovered any deals better. Thanks for the post OP.

    • While it's not what I'm after, I must give a +1 as my research hasn't uncovered any deals better. Thanks for the post OP.

      Thank you.

      It is also not for me either, but I thought it was a great price/bargain for those who may be looking for this model/type of UltraBook.

    • +2

      This laptop makes you look retarded.

      Actually Ashton is tapping his head as if to say "This is a very intelligent choice". However, I must admit that his legs/feet look to be in a very strange position.

      • +1

        He's doing yoga… geddit?

        What I want to know is why do successful celebrities do these cheesy product photo shoots? Do they have no self respect?

        • I assume this question is rhetoric since actors were, until recently, universally accepted as been prostitutes without morals.

          And this one is Ashton, possibly one of the greatest tools ever to walk this Earth.

        • He's doing yoga… geddit?

          Ahh…. so that is it?

          What I want to know is why do successful celebrities do these cheesy product photo shoots? Do they have no self respect?

          I can tell you why - $$$$$$$

  • +1

    Guys, the weight reflected in our shopping cart is the weight used for shipping calculations - volumetric weight being higher than the actual weight of the parts themselves, as the courier charges us for whichever is higher - it doesn't matter in this case as we're doing free freight on this bundle.

  • +1

    Regarding weights.

    The correct weight of the Lenovo UltraBook alone is 1.6kg as I stated.

    The AusPCmarket site also gives the shipping weight at the top of each item.

    This is sometimes a volumetric weight, depending on the size and actual weight of the packed item.

    The shipping weight of this Lenovo UltraBook's retail package with all its contents (charger, cords etc.) is 7.10kg. This is the volumetric weight that AusPCmarket use to calculate the delivery fee they pay to their couriers.

    The shipping weight of the dasKeyboard is 2.95 kilos. Again, this is not the actual weight of the keyboard itself. The DasKeyboard's weight is correctly given in the product description - it is 1.36 kilos.

  • Rep, good deal on the Das 4 would be nice.

    justSaying

    • +1

      Rep, good deal on the Das 4 would be nice.

      God idea. I will pass this on to the business owner very soon. I am running late for a meal with him now.

    • good deal on the Das 4 would be nice.

      Sorry, no go on that model.