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Lenovo ThinkPad L14 G1, 14", 1080p IPS, i5-10210U, 16GB, 512GB SSD $1099 (Was $1959) Delivered @ Shopping Express

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Almost 50% off for this laptop. Maybe suitable for a student.

Customised to the same specs will cost $1614.40 via Lenovo website.

CPU: Intel Core i5-10210U
RAM: 16GB
Integrated Graphics: Intel UHD Graphics
SSD: 512GB
Screen Size (Inches): 14"
Screen Resolution: 1080p FHD
Screen Panel Type: IPS
USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A: 2
HDMI: 1
WLAN (WiFi): 802.11ax
Ethernet Port/RJ45: 1
Webcam: 720p HD Webcam
microSD Card Reader: 1
Audio In/Out Type: 3.5mm
Fingerprint Reader: Yes
Colour: Black
Weight (kg): 1.61kg
Operating System: Windows 10 Pro

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Comments

  • I think most students will want the Tigerlake or Ryzen for at least some limited gaming.
    Otherwise good specs… depending on how good the screen is.

    • depending on how good the screen is.

      Entry level Lenovo so probably pretty awful

      • It's FHD, so could be worse.

        Lenovo's latest flash sale today is unbelievably dumping some 1366x768, I think even 200-nit, screen laptops on Aussies who buy just on price and who are not tech-literate enough to carefully review the specs.

        In 2020? It's astonishing.

    • Unfortunately Tigerlake XE doesn't seem to be delivering on laptops beyond the samples sent out by Intel. Production units that the reviewers are getting aren't really performing, as hyped, in games such as BF1 and Borderlands due to the realistic thermal constraints.

    • gaming in Uni? got your priorities wrong

    • The screen is 250 nits according to the specs on Lenovo's site.

  • Pretty good price. It's cheaper than what Lenovo is offering on their student store.

  • the chin bezel on this thing is huge. good deal though

  • Anyone seeing the cart total increase to $1109 with $100.91 of GST?

    Edit: Never mind, think they've fixed it now.

  • +14 votes

    15" screen version same price with same specs but with AMD Ryzen CPU
    https://www.shoppingexpress.com.au/buy/lenovo-thinkpad-l15-g...

    • Yeah this 15 inch one is a much better option for just about everything you could want a laptop for.

      • The 15" is ~2kg vs 1.6kg for the 14". For someone lugging these things around, that's quite a big difference.

        • Yeah, I'd love the specs on that 15", but with a 14" screen.

          • @auscompgeek: I have a Lifebook with a 4GHz Core i7, 20GB RAM, 1TB SSD and Intel AX200 that weighs in at 940g. That was last year's model - the current version is the U9310x, which adds a 360° flip touchscreen, absolutely fantastic device, but not exactly cheap… I'm finding it frustrating trying to find something for the kids for school that's not going to break either the backs, or the bank :-/

  • is this company reliable, anyone bought from shopping express before ?

    • Can someone confirm it is indeed Australia retail stock and not a grey/parallel import - for Lenovo AU warranty support etc

    • The company has a long history in Australia, say, more than 10 years. Reliable, local stock from Lenovo Australia as I know.

    • Bought my PC parts from their eBay store and was super happy

    • yeah bought parts for a build for mate from them before and was fine

  • Inflated rrp. Really a $1500 laptop at best. Still a good deal though.

    • LOL yeah like those deals where its say 2000 dollars off so now because RRP was 4500, its the bargain of 2500!
      As you say still a good price.

  • Strange i5 with 16gb ram. Expected i7.

  • I think anyone could do better. Amazon prime day had Yogas for not much more than this, with the same CPU and 8gb Ram. Touchscreen is better.