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Lenovo Flex Dual-Mode 4th Generation Intel Core i5-4200U Processor 15.6" Touch Screen Laptop $480 + Tax at Staples B&M

krips99 64 38 November 24, 2013 at 04:39 PM in Computers (4) More Staples Deals
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Last Edited by kel_be November 24, 2013 at 08:16 PM
The coupon of $ 100 off touch screen laptops is about to expire but I just got this deal an hour back.

The next lowest price for the same model is $649 at Newegg [newegg.com].

http://www.staples.com/Lenovo-Fle...uct_279254

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o4th Generation Intel Core i5-4200U Processor
o500GB (5400 RPM) + 8GB NAND Flash SSHD Hard drive
o8GB DDR3L 1600 MHz, 1 SO-DIMM slot (1 x 8GB)
o15.6" Full HD Display with 10-point multi-touch technology (1366 x 768)
o802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth(R) 4.0, 10/100 Ethernet
oAccuType keyboard with individual rounded keys
o720p HD webcam
oIntegrated stereo speakers and Dolby(R) Advanced Audio(TM) certification
oStandard 4 cell battery: up to 5 hours battery life
oDimensions: 10.7" (H) x 15" (L) x 0.87" (W) (5.1 lbs.)
oWindows 8
o1 Year Warranty
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#2
No 1080p = no thx. It's 2013 and every electronics item in the world seems to offer a better screen than this. Get with it Lenovo!
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Quote from pbmpharmacist View Post :
No 1080p = no thx. It's 2013 and every electronics item in the world seems to offer a better screen than this. Get with it Lenovo!
Yeah it feels silly when $500-700$ Laptops still don't have HD Displays when $200 or less Tablets are supporting 1080p or even better than that screens.
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Yeah it feels silly when $500-700$ Laptops still don't have HD Displays when $200 or less Tablets are supporting 1080p or even better than that screens.
agreed
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When will 2160P notebooks hit?
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I'm going to make this 4 out 5 posters. This cheapo resolution is getting ponderous -- possibly as ponderous as our complaints.

To me, this is worse than the HDMI or no HDMI -- at least you can get adapters for those, right? But when it's issue with the screen, the laptop just becomes too compromised.

IF the resolution doesn't matter to you, then this deal is probably solid, especially if it brings good battery life...
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What does this mean BTW?

" Full HD Display with 10-point multi-touch technology (1366 x 768)"

Was FHD changed to 768P recently...?
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Quote from Ace42 View Post :
What does this mean BTW?

" Full HD Display with 10-point multi-touch technology (1366 x 768)"

Was FHD changed to 768P recently...?
True....absolutely false advertising....
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#9
for this price and the specs, you can't complain about a 768p display. thanks for sharing OP.
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#10
this is a good deal. resolution is only drawback and honestly its not that big of a deal... i dont know why people are such snobs/threadcrappers about it.

i5 haswell +8 gb ram in a pretty thin package @ 0.87" depth. is a VERY solid combo for sub $500.
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If I can get this for $479 After tax, is it slick? Or should I wait for year-end deals? Also, does it fold as a tablet, or can it only flip back as a stand?
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Last edited by bariumai November 24, 2013 at 07:34 PM
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Damn, if it had better resolution I would've jumped.

Quote from Twistedshade View Post :
Yeah it feels silly when $500-700$ Laptops still don't have HD Displays when $200 or less Tablets are supporting 1080p or even better than that screens.
HTC one cell phone has 1080p which is pretty ridiculous when their screen is less then 5".
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Last edited by solarisV November 24, 2013 at 08:18 PM
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Quote from chumpsky2010 View Post :
I'm going to make this 4 out 5 posters. This cheapo resolution is getting ponderous -- possibly as ponderous as our complaints.

To me, this is worse than the HDMI or no HDMI -- at least you can get adapters for those, right? But when it's issue with the screen, the laptop just becomes too compromised.

IF the resolution doesn't matter to you, then this deal is probably solid, especially if it brings good battery life...
I bought a lenovo 1366x768 laptop last year and the resolution does bug me but the colors and viewing angles bug me a lot more. Lenovo does not use IPS for their 1366x768 screens so if I set it on a laptop tray table and look at it from above or below I have to angle the screen or it looks completely washed out. Also the colors in general even when looking at it directly are only decent. This is a pretty good price for a haswell convertible type of laptop but definitely check it out in person first if you can. I like my lenovo laptop a lot otherwise (it was a great deal 400 dollars for ivy bridge i5 with usb 3/hdmi etc.) but the screen is my only regret.
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#14
good deal but why don't they give you more than 1 USB 3.0 port on these new laptops?

so much for transferring files between two 3.0 externals Frown
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for this price and the specs, you can't complain about a 768p display.
Wanna bet?
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