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


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


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


    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

    • +4 votes

      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


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


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


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


        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

        • +1 vote

          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.


            @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.


              @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.



                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.


                  @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.


        I'm sorry on behalf of your eyes.


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


    Can we price match with JB Hifi?