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expired Lenovo Weekend Sale - 10%-30% off ThinkPad/ThinkCentre, Expires Monday 16 Jan

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WSJA4313

New Lenovo sale for this weekend where most of their computers get 10% - 30% off. Starts today and finishes on Monday (16 Jan). Coupon code: WSJA4313

ThinkPad Laptops

  • 10% off all ThinkPad laptops when your configuration is $599 or more
  • 15% off all ThinkPad laptops when your configuration is $700 or more
  • 20% off all ThinkPad laptops when your configuration is $2000 or more
  • 30% off all ThinkPad laptops when your configuration is $3000 or more

ThinkCentre desktops

  • 10% off all ThinkCentre desktops when your configuration is $800 or more
  • 20% off all ThinkCentre desktops when your configuration is $1500 or more
  • 30% off all ThinkCentre desktops when your configuration is $2200 or more

ThinkStation workstations

  • 10% off all ThinkStation workstations
  • 20% off all ThinkStation workstations when your configuration is $1600 or more
  • 30% off all ThinkStation workstations when your configuration is $3000 or more

ThinkServer

  • 15% off all ThinkServer TS130 servers when your configuration is $1500 or more
  • 20% off all ThinkServer TS130 servers when your configuration is $2200 or more

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    Any good deals?

    • +3 votes

      With 15% off between $700 and $2000, I think the good deal would be those just above $700 mark. For example this pre-built Lenovo ThinkPad E320:

      • i5-2430M
      • 6GB DDR3
      • 320GB 7200RPM
      • 13.3"
      • $619.65
  • +4 votes

    Not as good as the $115.25 mistake/deal put on yesterday :p

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    We were just about to order a couple of x220s which when configured were $18xx. They've dropped the prices so they are around $16xx, plus the discount code it now comes to $13xx! Wooo!

    • +2 votes

      Still sounds like a massive ripoff.

      You can get the base model with IPS upgrade for around $950 which is marginally acceptable compared to US prices.

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      What configuration did you order? I'm pretty much in the same boat :D :D :D!

      • +1 vote

        Mid configuration (base price $1,119), plus the following upgrades
        from 4GB (2 DIMM) to 4GB (1 DIMM)
        i5-2540M
        Win7 Pro
        IPS screen (the first IPS option)
        160GB SSD
        Intel WiFi
        Total $1634

        :D

        EDIT: after discount code, comes to $1389

  • +3 votes

    [double clicked by accident, was that excited!]

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    Hello all,

    Can some ozbargainers give me some help? My current configuration ThinkPad E420 cost $689, I need to spend $11 more to make it $700-2000 range.

    Intel Core i5-2540M Processor (2.60GHz, 3M Cache with Turbo Boost up to 3.30GHz)
    Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64 bit)
    14.0" HD (1366x768) LED Backlit Display, Anti-Glare, Midnight Black
    Intel HD Graphics
    4 GB PC3-10600 DDR3 SDRAM 1333MHz SODIMM Memory (1 DIMM)
    500GB Hard Disk Drive, 5400rpm
    DVD Recordable
    6 Cell 2.2Ah Li-Ion Battery
    ThinkPad 2x2 a/b/g/n
    No Wireless WAN support
    1 Year Depot/Express Warranty

    • +1 vote

      10% of 689 = $68.90
      15% of 700 = $105

      Diff = $36.10

      Having said that, I would go for the 9 cell for more juice (+$40)

      total = $729 -> $619.65 vs ($689 * 0.9 = $620)

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    Thinkpad is not the one with IBM forever for its poor quality.
    I have a T410 on my hand for nearly 10months. Now, the fan error, the issues from 'ctrl' key and speaker make me boring. Many my friends in USA have the same problems of the fan and keyboard.

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    Great prices - just curious, is this part of the offload before Ivy Bridge models come in, or are they still a ways away?

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      Ivy Bridge is at least April I thought, and then maybe another month or two before the new Ivy Bridge models are available. So I guess there's still a bit of wait.

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    Lenovo, please change your keyboard layout so that the CTRL key is on the bottom left corner, and not the FN key.

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      Just FYI latest model (from T510 or equivalent generation up) thinkpads have a BIOS option to switch CTRL-FN key.

      I am still furious they didn't bring this feature back for my beloved T61p but oh well.

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