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Lenovo ThinkPad L15 with i3-10110U CPU, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD $597 Delivered ($0 C&C) @ Officeworks

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Expandable RAM, Good SSD and bad low res screen. It's a ThinkPad. And its this cheap. Can you find a non E series ThinkPad elsewhere for this price?

The Lenovo L15 Notebook is a great companion for staying on task while doing work or studies. It has a 15.6" LCD display for experiencing all of your visuals with clarity, and a 256 GB SSD drive for storing videos, photos, documents, and more.

15.6" LCD display with a resolution of 1360 x 768.
10th Generation Intel Core i3 processor.
8 GB of RAM.
256 GB Solid State Drive (SSD) storage capacity.
Integrated graphics processor.
Connections via WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, USB 3.1, USB-C, HDMI, RJ45, microSD, and 3.5 mm.
12 month warranty.
Battery life of up to 10 hours.
Pre-loaded with the Windows 10 Home operating system.
Black design.

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    Screen res

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      15.6" LCD display with a resolution of 1360 x 768.

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    1360x768 is rubbish resolution. Most of your content is distorted. Stick to 1920x1080 or higher

    Edit:oh sorry. I saw the price. This is a deal for sure. Great one

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      It's still $600. That doesn't excuse the shitty screen you're going to have to look at for years after purchase.

      Only a basic 10th gen i3 too so it's not an amazing deal. Spend $100-$200 and upgrade both the screen and processor - worth it for the years it'll be used

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        I will personally spend more for better resolution. The additional details is useful for movies and documents.

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      i used a samsung tv with a resolution of 1360x768 as my monitor for 5 years without issue.

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        On TV maybe it's not as noticeable. But you do lose details when you read documents

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        You're not going to necessarily have issues with it in the same way you would a Celeron processor or 32GB storage but it definitely makes life easier - fit more information on screen, more enjoyable movie experience, probably reduce eye strain too

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          well i'm now using a 2560 x 1440 and while it is nicer to have a bigger screen, it wasn't a huge deal. i think some people make too much noise about things like this when it really isn't a big deal.

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            @Alasdair: Fair enough, people will have preferences as to what they see most important and to you screen quality is clearly not one of them.

            Also a TN vs IPS panel makes a lot of difference, as do nits and a load of other factors so it could be that either your 720p monitor was less horrible than most laptops or your 1440p is a low cost panel.

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              @pennypincher98: I think this can be a desktop replacement for many including myself. ThinkPad quality means it won't die, and you are likely to keep it for 5 years plus if you wish. Very cost effective PC for home, SME etc.

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                @YRT:

                you are likely to keep it for 5 years plus

                Not a chance with that processor. It was introduced on the affordable lower end 2 years ago as a dual core processor. It hasn't got another 5 years in it.
                This is just one step above Celerons and Pentiums.

                That being said though, it's up to you to decide whether to buy a laptop that's a bit more and will truly last 5 years or something that will choke and need to be replaced. If that's cost effective to you, sure.

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                  @pennypincher98: Lol you're right on the processor. It may not last full 5 years.

                  I bought the X1 yoga Gen 6 recently. Before then my main PC has been a 2015 MacBook 5y31 with its core m processor.

                  I use it for web dev and web browsing. The MacBook is another ThinkPad level machine that refuses to give up, so I was stuck with it for so long.. until my eyes could not tolerate the small screen.

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        I'm sorry on behalf of your eyes.

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    Good price, might buy one for just because of the solid RJ45 port.

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    Can we price match with JB Hifi?