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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen8 50% OFF i7-10510U WQHD 16GB RAM 512GB SSD Win 10 Pro $2067 Shipped @ DealMart

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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon Gen8 i7-10510U WQHD 16GB RAM 512GB SSD Win 10 Pro $2067 Shipped @ DealMart

An awesome deal for you guys at just $2067 shipped and comes with 1-year depot warranty. Ends midnight tonight 9 Dec, unless sold out or withdrawn prior.

Ships in 1-2 Business days.

Processor: 10th Gen Intel Core i7-10510U (4C / 8T, 1.8 / 4.9GHz, 8MB)
Operating System: Windows 10 Pro 64
Display Type: 14" WQHD (2560x1440) WVA 300nits Anti-glare
Memory: 16GB Soldered LPDDR3-2133
Hard Drive: 512GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe Opal2
Warranty: 1 Year Depot
Camera: 720p + IR with ThinkShutter
Fingerprint Reader: Touch Style, Match-on-Chip
Keyboard: Backlit, English
Wireless: Intel AX201 11ax, 2x2 + BT5.0
Integrated Mobile Broadband: None

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    Was hoping for a more budget-friendly Lenovo deal on the T-series… Anyone know how the X1 series compares to the T series in terms of overall durability?

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      hi tacos, please DM me so i can help you with a deal on T series

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    Used to own an IBM ThinkPad. Are these as well-built as those? No point in getting a laptop if it's going to crumble in 4 years or so

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      imo, Lenovos have improved over the years…but they’re no IBM era ThinkPad…

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    I’d love to know who was ever paying $4k for this quad core machine with 512GB storage. Sounds like an inflated RRP to me always on discount.

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      we follow RRP of Lenovo, currently same specs device from Lenovo on offer is over $2700+

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        in which case, 50% off should be 1350$.. no?

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          50% off is from RRP :)

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            @mazau: Hope you one day go into harvey norman, see the RRP tag and think that 50% off is a 'great deal'! Sucker!

            On that note, 50% of RRP not stated in title, please correct… even better, put the 'rrp' inside inverted commas!

            It's pretty well know round these traps that RRP is a joke in AU generally, therefore why not state the actual discount vs lenovo? Maybe also imply that ACL warranty on this item should imply a much better warranty….. (ie. 'rrp 5200, warranty 1 yr.. lol's!)

      • +2 votes

        I stand by what I said, Lenovo always have a massive-looking discount on their expensive machines that brings to price back to reality.

        I’m not saying your price is bad, it’s likely a decent machine for $2k, but Lenovo’s RRPs are nonsense

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          Na even 2k is pretty damn high for these specs.

          Build quality of this laptop better be insanely good for this price

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            @BarginGrabber: These X1 Carbons are pretty good. My wife’s ASUS has similar specs and was a fair bit less, but the build quality isn’t at the level of the X1.

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            @BarginGrabber: Totally agree with you.

  • +3 votes

    For over $2000 you get: 4 cores ultra-low power chip(14nm node),16gb 2133mhz ram(soldered), integrated graphics, 720p webcam, 1 year warranty. I just can’t think of a good scenario that this machine is good for.

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      Travel and using Outlook?

      • +3 votes

        Apple M1 MacBook Air base model, currently $1439.1 at JB Hi-Fi. You’d get much much better performance, much better battery life, much better resell value. Better screen, better speakers, Wifi 6. Equal if not better build quality. Fanless for ultra quiet experience while not having to encounter thermal throttling. Thunderbolt ports for greater expansion. And I’m pretty sure having 8gb unified memory is on pair if not feeling snappier than the 16gb 2133mhz ddr4. And if you are not playing games and doing professional works, 256gb storage is pretty generous.

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          The question is, can a macbook be stepped on and still survive

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      I'm a teacher and I use an x1 carbon - it is absolutely brilliant for my needs. No regrets whatsover and I can't think of a better machine for this price for my needs.

      It is fast, the battery easily lasts all day and it is very light and sturdy.

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        You are rare. There are two teachers in my family and everything they have is Apple. On this occasion I would agree with them. The M1 and MacBook Pro can be had cheaper than this and they are both better.

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          Yes except for backwards compatibility issues… oh and don't try resetting your new M1 back to factory settings because it will brick itself. Personally prefer not to be a guinea pig.

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            @atlas: It's backed by literally the biggest company in the world in terms of value. I'm sure they'll fix the kinks very quickly. I'm not saying this as some fanboy. I own nothing Apple. Absolutely nothing. But everyone is starting to rip off customers and now Apple has decided to go the other way which has caught the competition off guard. Who would have thought Apple would be regarded as good value.

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              @DisabledUser372094: Hey hats off to Apple for making their own silicon. But people just need to have their eyes fully open and be fully aware that just because it's the latest greatest MacBook, and the press are all impressed by the fabulous benchmark scores, that it won't necessarily translate to a utopian experience.

              For the average non tech savvy consumer, the last thing they will want when they open their brand new computer is to find out the apps they use everyday for normal tasks don't work as expected.

              This X1 Carbon on the other hand is a rock solid proven performer. Sure 2k is expensive, but there are much cheaper configuration variants available. My 5th gen which is probably 3-4 years old now still has all day battery life and runs everything I throw at it.

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          Nah I'm a pc user through and through, cannot stand anything Apple.

          Also nothing at my school is Apple, so it would be annoying to demonstrate computer based activities to my students on a different OS than they are about to use.

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    I have a Gen 5 X1 Carbon. Superb machine that is extremely well built and light. If you're looking for a cheap powerful machine this is not for you.

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      yeh 6th gen here, it's awesome.. won't ever let another brand or model be bought in my household… great machines (if the price is right!)

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    Is this the top range consumer line Lenovo offers? How would it compare to a Latitude 9410 build wise?