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Lenovo IdeaPad C340 14" i5-10210U 8GB 512GB SSD 2-in-1 (Was $1498) $988 + Delivery ($0 C&C) @ Harvey Norman

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With its sleek, lightweight design, powerful hardware, and Full HD display, the Lenovo Ideapad C340 14-inch i5-10210U/8GB/512GB SSD 2 in 1 Device is a great choice as your stylish, on-the-go workstation. Thanks to its 2-in-1 configuration, it can be quickly transformed between its laptop and tablet setups.

Key Features

  • Powered by a Core i5 10210U processor and 8GB RAM for easily handling various productivity and entertainment apps
  • 512GB SSD provides fast file access and short boot-up times
  • Equipped with a 14-inch Full HD (1920x1080) touchscreen for crisp, clear visuals and an intuitive control interface when using touch-focused software
  • Pre-installed with Windows 10, making it easy to access Cortana, your personal digital assistant, as well as the program-rich selection of the Microsoft Store

Reviews are half decent, and $510 off sounds nice…

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Comments

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    Looks like a Decent Deal..

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    Does it come with the pen?

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    No Lenovo deals by TA this year.

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    I wonder how the build quality of the Ideapad is compared to the Thinkpad T series. I know the Thinkpad is business oriented and so is supposed to have better quality but don’t know how ‘bad’ the Ideapad, as a consumer product is compared to the other.

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    Lenovo Legion y530 is still on sale for $999 at Lenovos website as a budget gaming choice compared with this and a very nice looking laptop imo.

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    Bought the i7 version during boxing day sale and it came with the Pen which i sold on eBay for 60 bucks. Pretty decent laptop and the build quality is excellent to my eyes.
    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/508200

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    I have Surface Pro and looking for upgrading, so should I get this one ?
    thanks

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    I need a new laptop and had been looking at this one, but I'm still edging towards the HP Spectre x360 which is also on sale. The Lenovo ticks most of the boxes for what I'm after, but it weighs a bit more (1.75kg vs ~1.3kg) and then can't charge via USB C. I figure without the USB C charging, I also have to take the heavier power adapter with me, whereas I can use the same gear I use for my phone. If I was going under $1k, this would pretty much be the one I'd get.

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