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[REFURB] Lenovo Yoga 710-14IKB 14" FHD/Intel i5-7200U/8GB/128GB SSD/Intel HD 620 $568.76 @GraysOnline eBay

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Lenovo Yoga 710-14IKB 14-inch Notebook, Silver
Specifications

Colour: Silver
Intel Core i5-7200U CPU @ 2.50GHz, 2 Core(s)
8GB RAM
128GB SSD Hard Drives
14-inch FHD (1920×1080) Screen, Touchscreen Enabled
802.11ac Wireless Network Adapter, Wireless
Intel, HD Graphics 620
Intel, Sunrise Point-LP HD Audio
Wi-Fi and Bluetooth
Webcam
SD Card Reader
USB Port (2), HDMI Port (Micro)
Windows 10

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    Bought one via casheewards theough ebay, thanks OP.

    Perfect for the office and travels to keep up with Ozbargain

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    +1 thanks OP, grabbed one with Cashrewards.

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    I have one of these - an excellent lightweight laptop to go alongside my gaming lappy.

    Awesome for debugging on the run, watching videos, casual internet surfing. Super lightweight and a joy to use.

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    Sold out.
    You can still get the 6200U version for $550.
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Lenovo-Yoga-710-14ISK-14-Noteboo...

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      Thanks.

      My son needs a laptop for Year 11, do you think these specs will be sufficient for 3-4 years or should go for an i7? He might get into website building as well. Been looking @ Dell outlet but the XPS 13 range is around the $1500-$1800 mark.

      • -1 vote

        i5-7200 is similar to the 6th gen i7, etc etc. So no an i6 6th gen is not high end today.
        At the end of the day you cant really expect an $500 laptop to last as long as an $1800. But no an i7 upgrade is not worth $1200 in any ones books, its basically just 15% faster in one factor.
        This laptop is fine for most, but 4 years for someone trying to push it to its max, no way.
        You are always best off with something current mid range and replacing it in two years with another current mid range in a case like this.
        To make it last make sure its 7th gen, 16GB RAM and 512GB SSD, but that will likely cost you alot more, so back to the two year cycle thing.
        Its up to you…

        Those Lenovo E480 deals are always good value, upgrade to one of those every 2/3 years and you will be laughing.

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          Thanks, makes sense. He wants i7 because it's the latest but I also read that it's only 10-15% better than an i5 but around 50% dearer so the numbers don't add up.

          How about this one? Comes to $1039.20 with 20% off.
          https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Lenovo-ThinkPad-E470-14-FHD-C-i7...

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          lol…. 6th gen and 7th gen are the same architecture just a bit boost on clock speeds and slightly better efficiency so 7th gen i5 wont be similar to 6th gen i7. The difference comes from 6/7th gen to 8th gen where they added more cores. https://ark.intel.com/compare/124967,88193,95443

          more info -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDfHHxRQy6I

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          @FuzzyWolf:

          Did you check the clock speeds between 6th and 7th gen i5 & i7?
          i5 7th gen is IDENTICAL to the i7 6th gen, base and turbo.

          https://ark.intel.com/products/88194/Intel-Core-i7-6500U-Pro...
          https://ark.intel.com/products/95443/Intel-Core-i5-7200U-Pro...

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          @haji:

          Yes that us a great buy for the money and will last longer than any of the others.
          If you can get the E480 with the new 8th Gen quad core (saw one linked here the other week) they are quite an upgrade again in some tasks and will also help with longevity.

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          @haji: i7 isn't necessarily the "latest" - there are i5 and i7 8th gen chips. The difference is that when comparing i7 to the same generation i5, the i7 has more cache (sort of like a small bit of ultra-fast RAM in the CPU), faster base clock and higher turbo boost (the speed the CPU will jump to when it's not too hot). I would try to go for 8th gen since they have 4 cores vs 2 (Intel claims about 40% performance boost on multi-core applications vs 7th gen).

          Other important things when choosing a laptop are the weight of the machine (it's going to be carried around every day so try for less than 1.8 kg), it's size (try to go for 13-14" and max 30 mm) and battery life - this is very important so try to look at some reviews. Also try to make sure it's durable (most importantly hinges!) - have a feel of a display model if possible.

          Bonuses would include upgradable SSD and RAM ("soldered" or "onboard" means you cannot upgrade the component in the future). At a minimum you want 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD.

          As for that listing, it's not a good deal. Lenovo has previously sold it for $214.20 less!

          Previous deals on the E470

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          @ascorbic:

          Much appreciated.

          Wow that is a bargain, wish it was that price now.

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          @Danthemanz: hmmm you're right, although its also similar to the 6th gen i5 which is just 200mhz slower on its base clock. I guess the lower power U processors are different. But I still disagree on your statement that 6th gen i7 = 7th gen i5. As this is not the case with most of their other cpus.

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          @haji:
          There’s even i9’s…

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          @FuzzyWolf:

          I could personally write two pages on every generation of CPU from Intel and AMD since the 386 but how would that help this guy? He is trying to understand buying a 6th/7th gen laptop for his child and needs to understand an i7 isnt some double powered magic chip worth spending double money on because of marketing, no need to overcomplicate things here everyone.

      • +1 vote

        I ended up getting this, came to $1002.35 after discount
        https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/202194280782

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    Wow that was a fast sale. Got there just in time! Thanks OP

    My daughter's Lenovo, a previous model, has a cracked screen and we were considering having that fixed for this year's uni needs at a cost of ~$500. Not any more.

    Hmmm…now to landfill.

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      Chuck it on ebay at $1 starting price, you'll get some coin for it.

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        yeah but the effort and listing fees means it's less grief and hassle just to throw that stuff out. Will keep the disk, power supply and the RAM for the next project and chuck the balance in the GoodGuys bin.

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    fyi, its an used item with 3 months warranty. Wound have rather spent extra on a Dell refurbished one instead, from what I hear, its basically a new one returned by customers.

  • +1 vote

    As @dtrinh mentioned the paper accompanying the laptop in the delivery box says warranty is 3 months, where as their ebay listing indicates it is 12 months. Totally contrasting and contradicting seller it seems.
    Further even though the ebay listing says this is refurbished to OEM standards/ level, the unit was just shipped as it is. The laptop was untidy and doubt that there was any sort of work done to ensure the unit is neat. I was aware this is a second hand unit, but very disappointed with received unit.

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      From the eBay listing under Items specifics

      Condition:
      Manufacturer refurbished: An item that has been professionally restored to working order by a manufacturer or manufacturer-approved seller or retailer. This means the product has been inspected, cleaned, and repaired to meet manufacturer specifications and is in excellent condition. This item may or may not be in the original packaging. See the seller’s listing for full details.