[Ex-Demo] Lenovo ThinkPad L480 i7 8550U 2.0g 8/16GB 512G/1TB SSD 14 FHD from $1149 + Free Shipping @ Laptop Bargain


Lenovo ThinkPad L480 i7 8550U 2.0Ghz 8GB 512GB SSD FHD 14' $1149
Lenovo ThinkPad L480 i7 8550U 2.0Ghz 16GB 512GB SSD FHD 14'$1285
Lenovo ThinkPad L480 i7 8550U 2.0Ghz 16GB 1TB SSD FHD 14'$1395

About 30 units in stock at the time posting

These laptops are in DEMO condition,
Looks like new and come with 6 Months Hardware warranty

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    For those interested: Weight 1.7kg; Ports 2 x USB 3.0 2 x Type C USB HDMI LAN Headphone/microphone combo jack Micro SD Card Reader; DISPLAY 14 Inch Display Widescreen Display Yes FHD (1920 x 1080)


    Why are they so expensive…

  • +2 votes

    How old are these? Battery condition?(important, intergrated battery) Condition of SSD?

    Where were these demo-ed? Havent seen such high spec demos before, looks more like ex company rental.


      Unless the answert above indicates the laptop is of good quality. Otherwise would avoid it:
      1. Unknown condition for parts;
      2. No factory warranty; and
      3. L490 is getting released.


        You always have your consumer rights.

        "You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure. You are also entitled to have the goods replaced or repaired if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure."

        Found here


          Yes, aware of the 6 months warranty provided. Seller warranty is always different to factory warranty.


            @googleyahoo69: You could always contact Lenovo regarding the factory warranty and see if they are willing to go with it and provide you with a warranty. Be sure you explain that it's a demo/display device and have all the information available (model, condition, ABN (they may ask things about the company), etc).

    • +1 vote

      Yea interested to know this too. But will be avoiding it for now. You won't know what you're getting with demo units.


    Where does the L series dit in comparison with their better T series and budget E series?


      Unless things changed. L is not bad at all, slightly larger compared to T. Both use a metal frame.

      L480 does not have an external battery, T480 has an internal and also uses external batt.

  • +2 votes

    Quite suspicious that they would have 30 pieces of reasonably new laptops in "Demo condition".
    You wouldn't normally use so many for demo so there must b more to this story.
    Not a single response back from the Rep either…

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