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20% off Lenovo @ eBay (Legion 5i 3060 $1991.20, Lenovo Legion 5 Pro $1919.20, Lenovo Legion 7i G6 $2999.20)


First ebay promo for Lenovo in 2022 starting 6/1 10am AEDT.

Pay with discounted ebay gift cards for further discounts.

RTX3050/3050i -

RTX3060 -

RTX3070 -

Others -

T&Cs -

Offer Period. This offer commences at 10:00am AEDT on 6 January 2022 and is available for a limited time only (“Offer Period”). eBay reserves the right to cancel the offer at any time.
Conditions. This offer entitles you to 20% off the pre-coupon purchase price (excluding postage costs) on Eligible Items during the Offer Period, up to a maximum discount of $1000 per transaction. Multiple items may be purchased in 5 transactions (up to a maximum of 10 items per transaction).
“Eligible Items” means items listed at Lenovo Australia on eBay.com.au where a link to these terms and conditions and the coupon redemption code LENOFF is found in the item listing, or the item appears in the following URL:

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  • +16

    Ryzen 6000 Series and Intel 12th gen processors just got announced this morning with the addition of the new 30 TI series cards for laptops. Might want to hold off on buying any laptops from now as they're considered last gen now and manufacturers need to get rid of their stock.

    • +1

      Definitely worth looking out for all time lows on 11th gen and Ryzen 5000 stock.

      • +2

        Yeah as far as I can tell the Ryzen 5000 and 6000 series are almost the same processors except the 6000 Series only has better integrated graphics with slightly higher boost clocks. 5000 series 100% still worth considering

        • 6000 iGPU is double the performance of Vega. CPU is a bit better.

          • +4

            @Phoebus: Yeah, Honestly Double the performance of the IGPU is quite useless if you already use a powerful dGPU for gaming.

            • +2

              @Duoka: However you also need to take into consideration that even at 28w the 6800u is able provide similar or bettery battery life, depending on the application, as the 5800u. Considering that the new iGPU provides much better performance then any of the Nvidia MX series. It renders a lot of those entry level dGPUs to the dust bin.

              It will be interesting how they utilise FSR and their new super resolution to allowing gaming of AAA titles at 1080p on a ultra thin laptop, whilst maintaining good battery life. Also with more AMD CPU+AMD DGPU laptops coming out, like the new Alienware with the 4k 120hz screen,will be interesting to see how the new smart-shift works in addition to all the other enhancements.

              In relation to Intel 12th gen mobile, will wait and see what they actually deliver vs their slide deck. Let's see what real world battery life will be from 3rd party reviews.

        • +3

          Ryzen 6000 is Ryzen 5000 but with better integrated graphics (RDNA 2), DDR5 support and PCI-e 4.0. The integrated graphics won't be much of a selling point to someone with a dedicated GPU. AV1 media decoding is a plus, but your dGPU already had that.

          12th gen seems like the most interesting release with the addition of 8 efficiency cores. Should prolong battery life when idle or completing undemanding tasks. It will certainly help with sustained multhreaded performance while staying within the designated power and thermal budget. Also has support for up to x4 thunderbolt 4 ports, presumably with an on-die thunderbolt controller on the H series too this time.

          If you're looking for a purely gaming orientated laptop, the increased cost of DDR5 would probably be better spent on a higher tier GPU. Making a discounted last gen system more appealing.

          One of the most interesting Ryzen 6000 additions will be USB 4 (read thunderbolt 3). This is a first AMD for laptops. But most won't need the extra bandwidth.

          Edit: Intel H, U & P series all have fully enabled 96 EU Xe graphics in most SKUs. This will be a huge plus for video exports. Quick Sync encoder users will like this.

    • When will they come out? Probably in 6 months?

      • next month actually lol

        • +1

          Really? Thats good but I find that laptop manufacturers always take their sweet time for their products to come to Aus.

          • @chickendinner123: Since Intel 7 has already ramped with desktop I'd expect it to come on schedule compared with 11th gen.

            The only thing that may hold back both companies is a DDR5 shortage.

  • was this still a good deal https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/675234 because i bought it now looking at these All though didn't buy a laptop for gaming

    • I did too. And looking at these I think it was a sweet deal. Yet to pick mine up from Officeworks. Paid full listed price though, not through discounted gift cards

  • -2

    I believe you will only be able to use like two or three giftcards for this deal

    • Have fun with that, if you are the lucky customer in a glitch. I wait now since 10.12. for my gift balance back on a small item. Buy an item for $2000 and pay with gift cards, get a glitch and then you have to wait weeks or months to get it maybe back…

  • Bought the Legion 5 Pro (5800H) for 1849 from Lenovo directly + $129 cashback making it 1720. From this deal (https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/670823). Not available anymore though

  • -1

    Damn this looks good

  • I’d be uncomfortable recommending any of these before Alder Lake and Rembrandt releases in Feb.

  • +2

    Ryzen is all good wouldn't recommend getting an intel

    • +3

      I thought we are in ozbargain not ozfanboy? If you are going to recommend one over the other at least provide some reasoning for which I don’t see any.

      From what I know, depending on your need both intel 11th gen and ryzen 5000 series are good depending on one’s use case:

      • If gaming is all your care for, intel is definitely better, an advantage that’s likely due to the bigger L3 cache (fortunately amd is catching up soon with the zen3D tech)

      • If you are often working away from a charger, amd is the better choice as it got both much better battery life and its performs better at lower wattage. Intel scales better at higher wattage-i.e:when running on wall power so it would be my pick if you have it on charge all the time.

      • However, I would recommend people not to make an educated buying decision on a single chassis comparison, like the TongFangs in your post. People need to look at it on a chassis by chassis basis, with their comparison and their specific configuration. Assuming that another OEM will perform similarly will leave people sorely disappointed if the configuration doesn't meet their expectations.

        • Yes the performance is different within every chasis. But what I said before is also jarrod’s experience across every machine there is-amd machines are just better at battery management even the 5900hx ones are better than 11800h, while intel is generally better at gaming-of course this gen you really need a mux switch to crank out the fps but that goes for both blue and red team.

  • -1

    Any good monitor deal this round? Thanks

  • +3

    Paid ~$2450 for Legion 7 Ryzen 5800H + RTX3070 + 32GB + 1TB last April. Delivered end of May.
    Price never goes back to that level since then… Happy with my machine!

    • +1

      That was also available in October/November last year and on BFCM deals.

      • +1

        I was closely monitoring. Can you share the deal link if it was posted?
        As I knew there was Legion 5 Pro with the similar spec >$2500
        I never saw Legion 7 went to that price.

    • +1

      You should see the used laptop market, people can't sell gaming laptops if their life depended on it.

      Unfortunately laptops don't hold value like gaming units which mainly people want the GPU for mining.

    • +1

      That was a great deal compared to the offerings now. Completely overpriced at the moment. And 3050 needs to be taken off production.

  • Any one know which lenovo pen will write on the lenovo duet and the lenovo flex 5 Chromebooks? It's difficult to work out from their website.

    • Limit your search to USI pen.

  • @dealbot any 2 in 1 under 1k. 8/16g and 256/512k

    • Doesn't look like there is for this sale.

  • @Dealbot In view of those looking at more work from home :-(( how about mid to high end performance ThinkPads please ? Please Mr Bot.

    • +1

      Depends on your budget also processor, ram, hdd size and if you need touch screen or not etc
      Ps . I just bought recently thinkpad e15 gen 2, i7 16g 512 g .7

      • +1

        what price i just recently bought the Lenovo yoga evo 7i https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/675234

      • No touch screen. I prefer Ryzen 7 but will go with Intel 7 if push comes to shove. The e15 looks good buy I read the p is better. The general jist seems to suggest the ThinkPads are robust. Minimum reqs wud be 15.6" FHD screen, 16gb Ram , 512GB SSD, min 80w power, 300 nits & decent Webcam& wifi adapter please Ability to hook external monitor. Whatever is a decent deal for above is the budget. Don't do games. TIA.

  • whats the cheapest 15-16" WQXGA models out there?

  • +4

    Can't stand them using 3050.. utter trash
    There is no justification for the 3050 prices.

    The 3060 is barely good value with the intel and worth closer to 1600.

  • +1

    Lenovo IdeaPad Gaming 3i Intel Core i5-11300H 16GB RAM 512GB SSD RTX3050 120Hz $1439.20
    is that enough to run VR ? (with oculus quest 2) seems cheap

    edit. whups just see above post saying rtx3050 is bad. probably not enough for vr.
    must get 3060 at least

  • The only problem is 16GB ram for the intel laptops, wish there's a way to upgrade to 32GB.

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