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Lenovo ThinkPad E570p | 15.6" i7-7700HQ | GTX 1050 Ti |16GB RAM | 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD | $1599 Delivered


Not sure if this is advertised on the Lenovo page. Discounted from $2,299. Deal was linked to me be an online store rep when I was trying to get a discount on a lower-spec model. There have been other GTX 1050 Ti loaded laptop deals in the last couple of months, but this has got the better CPU, as well as the appeal of an SSD+HDD combo and 16GB RAM.

I am relying on the information provided by the online sales rep that this deal expires at midnight, 13/9/2017. Link should work and automatically use the 'DEALS' coupon code.


Intel Core i7-7700HQ Processor (6M Cache, 2.8 GHz, 3.8 GHz max)
Windows 10 Home 64 English
15.6" FHD (1920 x 1080), IPS, anti-glare, Non-Touch
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 2GB DDR5
Backlit Keyboard with Number Pad - English
UltraNav (TrackPoint and ClickPad) without Fingerprint Reader
Software TPM Enabled
720p HD Camera with MIC
1TB Hard Disk Drive, 5400rpm, 2.5", SATA3
6-cell (47 Wh)
135W AC Adapter (3pin) - Australia , New Zealand
Realtek RTL8822BE, Wi-Fi 2x2 802.11ac + BT4.1
Publication - English
1 Year Depot

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  • Potentially $1349 for people with the $250 cashback Amex deal.


  • That's a pretty good deal on a laptop that will be pretty good for laptop gaming.

    Oops thought it was going to be a T series - yeah this isn't a great deal really.

    • T-series laptops aren't meant for gaming anyway since they don't include a decent dedicated graphics card. You can opt to add a Nvidia 940MX which is an outdated card.

  • Please update the title with to show it as an E Series, they are the cheaper bulkier models.
    I thought it was a T and got very excited they had introduced a T570P finally…..

  • great deal but would get it if it had 4gb VRAM instead of 2gb

  • +2 votes

    I ended up going with a Dell 15 7000 love it!

  • My internet is acting weird at the moment but if you type GTX 1060 laptop in the new eBay 20% off deal you are bound to maybe find some if that are not taken yet.

    Otherwise Amazon also has the same albeit US or UK plug instead of AU.

    • you say "bound to" and "maybe" in the same sentence without providing any such GTX 1060 laptop deal from eBay 20% off.
      Not good.

      • Sorry for some reason this morning I couldn't access anything besides Ozbargain (potato internet) and sometimes not even that so I gave vague directions while I troubleshooted the problem.

        Here are some good links now.



        The 20% off eBay one is gone probably stocks sold out. It was sub $1600

        If you check my comment history you will find some good deals.

        Not saying this isn't a good deal because it is but getting a more better GPU is always better imho because you cannot replace that down the line where as everything else besides cpu and motherboard you can.

        Warning disclaimer though for those cheap GTX 1060 laptops the critical reviews paint the picture that they are a gamble and the second one which is cheaper seems to have a washed out TN panel which is no good imho. Also AU plug needed I am guessing.

        • 1st link item is eligible for intl shipping and 2nd link item is not. If you factor in shipping costs and AU conversion they could be cheaper but if you were to use AMEX cashback then these are still expensive. You wouldn't get local warranty and power adapter either.

          Not saying your deals are bad or anything but easier to deal with local deals.
          I didn't neg vote you was just curious about these deals.

        • @ozdesi: true true. Not saying they are the best deals just the cheapest. Personally I have found other Australian local deals on this site and would prefer the peace of mind of local warranty and less hassle of obtaining an AU plug.

  • I like the price for the Intel 7700HQ, 2 x Drives and 16GB (Expandable to 32GB).

  • Thunderbolt 3 for eGPU's???

  • Be warned that this series of laptop is not designed for gaming (its a business laptop) and therefore lacks sufficient cooling for sustained usage of the CPU and GPU.
    It has very minimal intake vents on the bottom and only a single exhaust vent/radiator/fan.
    The gaming Legion Y-series have twin-cooling (as does any other gaming laptop).

    • How likely is it to cause damage?
      Just curious as I have the 2014 razer blade which gets extremely hot to touch after a few hours gaming but have not noticed any issues

      • It shouldn't be too bad as the CPU and GPU will throttle down as they approach their max thermal design temps. But its not ideal for them to sit near those temps often.
        Install 3rd party software and monitor your temps. CPU's start throttling around 90 and GPU's around 80 (temporarily reduce power and clocks until the temps are back under control). Max temps are about 100 (if it somehow gets that hot then your system should crash as a self-preservation mechanism).

        You may want to open it up and clean out the fan and radiator and consider getting a laptop cooler.

  • The Inspiron 7000 Gaming laptop is much better for the money, especially given it has a much superior cooling system. At $1599 I expect more than an E-Series with a 2gb 1050ti.

  • If im not mistaken isnt the dell 15 7000 gaming going for $1274 right now, albiet with a 7300hq and 8gb of ram. ~$330 is hardly worth the single digit performance increase of the 7700hq imo.

    • Performance at what?
      7300HQ gets 88% of the single-threaded performance of the 7700HQ in Cinebench R15.
      …and only 71% of the multi-threaded performance.

      I'd take the 7700HQ with that 16GB RAM hands down for video or photo editing, data work, etc. over the 7300HQ with only 8GB.

      • But yeah the Dell Inspiron 15 7000 gamings with the 7700HQ + 16GB RAM are on sale down to the $1500-$1600 range every second or third week, so I'd wait for that instead of pulling the trigger on this Lenovo E570P. Especially with Dell's having an extra 2GB (4GB total) of VRAM on their 1050 Ti :)

        • True about the sales every second or third week, but for the benchmarks, i relied on user benchmarks from http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i7-7700HQ-vs..., which does say multicore performance is much better, but only 6-8% increased single core speeds. Cinebench may be a better quantitative measurement of cpu speed, but i myself as a consumer and a user would much rather prefer userbenchmarks as a way of determining how the cpu will affect me on a day to day basis. Moreover, most of my original comment was opinionated, and as a gamer rather than content creator i fail to see the benefits of a 7700hq over 7300hq :)

        • @ayyofam: Ive purchased the dell referbished for $1450 very happy! Using for video editing 4k footage and photo edits ! Working well :)

  • I am planning to use this for running a few Virtual machines but would like to upgrade this to 32GB. Any thoughts if this laptop is ideal ? Cheers

    • Probably better off buying a desktop because it'll cost less while having more cooling and performance.

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