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[UNiDAYS] Lenovo IdeaPad 3 14" FHD / Grey / R5 5500U, 2x4GB GB RAM / 512GB SSD $713.15 Delivered @ Lenovo Education

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IdeaPad 3 14" Arctic Grey
Part Number: 82KT006TAU

Bought one on Sunday with 3 years extended warranty for $785.53 through myunidays, already got it delivered this morning.

Excellent features at this price + Free Super Fast DHL express shipping. Nice look and feel. Perfect relatively small but powerful notebook to carry around.

Processor: AMD Ryzen™ 5 5500U (6C / 12T, 2.1 / 4.0GHz, 3MB L2 / 8MB L3)
OS: Windows 10 Home 64
Display Type: 14.0" FHD (1920x1080) TN 250nits Anti-glare, 45% NTSC
Memory: 4 GB Soldered DDR4-3200 + 4 GB SO-DIMM DDR4-3200
Hard Drive: 512 GB SSD M.2 2242 PCIe NVMe
Graphics: Integrated AMD Radeon™ Graphics
Battery: Integrated 38Wh
Camera: 720p with Privacy Shutter
Fingerprint Reader: Touch Style
Keyboard: Backlit, English
Wireless: 802.11AC (2x2) & Bluetooth® 5.0

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    42GB or 24GB???

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      It is total 8GB RAM (4 GB Soldered DDR4-3200 + 4 GB SO-DIMM DDR4-3200). Seems like someone has edited the post.
      SSD is 512GB.

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    2 x 4 gb
    one soldered one socked = dual channel
    but really these ryzens go so good does it matter unless you have a special purpose

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    Do I buy this through unidays or lenovo cos the link is lenovo but the code doesn't work?

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      You have to click through unidays or studentbeans to get that price.

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        I see, thank you.

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      You can get the US version of the Ideapad with better specifications around the same price point from Amazon AU.

      https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/637349

      45wh battery
      IPS screen
      AX Wifi

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        Cheers I managed to grab one though :)

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    Awwww doesn't come with TB4

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      Thunderbolt 4 is an Intel owned standard. Manufacturers don't want to pay fees and royalties on a standard with unfortunately limited use and market penetration in the Windows laptop market.

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        This doesnt support any USB-C connectivity by the look of it, just data transfer - so is that for storage only? No Power delivery obviously, but I assume that means no Display Port either?

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          Unfortunately not at this price point

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          Yup its pretty common for AMD CPUs to not get ThunderBolt ports sadly.

          There are a few unicorns with TB4 and AMD but that's pretty much universally the rule, and the unicorns are high end.

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            @Telios: Sure but plenty of low end and cpu laptops still have PD and DP on their USB-c ports

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    when i click the options for warranty upgrade via studentbeans, it doesn't come up with any options, did it come up with an option for you?

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      It comes in 2nd or 3rd screen once you add it in the cart. Let me double check.

      Edit: really strange, can't find the warranty upgrade option anywhere now.

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        yeh brings up option as such but there is no option ,
        Base warranty: One year Depot or Carry-in [included]

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          unbelievable, but you can upgrade the warranty when go through myunidays link. Just tried and it works.

          Check this screenshot I have just taken from Lenovo Unidays store.

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            @CrazyBargainer: ahh sweet was able to do it via unidays and shows the options there now ! thanks for the info!

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    Is it in stock or a long wait for delivery

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      I ordered it on Sunday and already got it delivered this morning. So, in-stock i guess.

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    would this be suitable for a work from home laptop? nothing heavy duty, vpn and rdp's etc, a few spreadsheets here and there

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      Too early for me to vouch as just got it delivered today. But feature-wise it seems good to take a fair amount of load.

      May not tolerate multiple virtual machines, but i might be wrong.

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        Would be interested in your experiences with the battery i.e. how long does it last in normal use?
        38 Wh seems small but depends on so many things.

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      Yeah it'll be great for those tasks.

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    USB-c data only? So no power delivery or display port?
    So it wont work with my USB-C dock at all?

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    Noob question. What is the main reason the model in the link below cost $200+ more than OP’s model?

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/639283

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      Completely different line meaning different build quality

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    I ordered the IdeaPad 5 Pro. And I will not receive it before December. Dame it. I will call them to cancel it.