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Lenovo X1 Carbon G5 i5-6200U 20K40000AU LED-Lit Ultrabook, 14" $1365 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Decent price..

Description
Lenovo X1 Carbon G5 I5-6200U 20K40000AU LED-Lit Ultrabook is features a carbon-fiber reinforced chassis and passes durability tests in extreme environments. With an 8 percent smaller footprint than previous generations, the new X1 Carbon is easier to hold, to carry and to take your work on the go. With four layers of carbon-fibre reinforced chassis and a magnesium alloy roll-cage for added strength.
Features & details
Processor: Intel Core i5-6200U processor, 2.3GHz base processor speed, 2 cores
Operating System: Windows 10
Display: 14.0-inch Full HD LCD (1920x1080) display
Memory, Graphics & Storage: 8GB LPDDR3 RAM, with HD Graphics 520 Graphics | Storage: 256GB SSD
Design & battery: Laptop weight: 1.13 kg | maximum battery life = Up to 15.5 hours
Warranty: This is an AU version with AU warranty & support

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  • +12

    Isn't it a bit too much for a dual core i5-6200u?

    • The price you have to pay for an ultra light weight notebook.

      • I know, just saying there are better and more future proof alternatives out there..

      • Exactly, I am looking for a heavy one, since I don’t need to move it around, with full specs and can’t find it. They are all slim

        • Romanista? :D

  • -3

    good deal

  • +2

    $1,400 for 6th gen?
    Better off getting the Gigabyte notebook posted on the weekend. At least it had an OLED screen.

    • Got a link for this? I can't find any gigabyte notebooks.

  • This is only 5th generation. Not amazing price considering 7th generation can be found from $1,700 and the 6th generation with more RAM has been available for pretty much the same price before.

  • +1

    horrible value for a non-8 gen cpu

  • Most of my work colleagues didn't had good experience with this model including myself. Faulty LCD screen, random graphics crash, & unresponsive/fragile keyboard assembly. Liked the light weight though but finally back to laptop.

    • The more I read around the more I find any laptop has often major problems. I am really giving up on finding something reliable