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mitun733 215 December 16, 2013 at 11:35 AM in Computers (2) More Lenovo Deals
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Last Edited by mitun733 December 16, 2013 at 02:02 PM
]DEAD FOR NOW AS OF 11:00AM PST, but we all know how the lenovo outlet is retarded, they might come back soon.


They are still coming in and out of stock, as of 1pm PST they have been coming in and out at random times.

4 i3 models in stock @ $561.34

32 i5 models in stock @ 697.26

i5-4200u, 8 GB RAM AND 256 SSD

http://outlet.lenovo.com/SEUILibr...e=59RF0585
4 i7 models in stock @ 734.27

ALL QUANTITIES WILL GO FAST.

sort by yoga and good luck!
http://outlet.lenovo.com/SEUILibr...criteria=1

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#31
got I5 orange ...Thanks OP
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i5's are back in stock, orange is $200 cheaper than the silver... odd.

Intel® Core™ i5-4200U processor (2 cores, 1.60GHz, 3MB cache)
• Windows 8.1 Standard 64 - English
• 13.3" QHD+ (3200 X 1800) Multi-touch, IPS Panel, LED Backlight w/720p HD Camera
• Intel HD Graphics 4400
• 8 GB PC3-12800 DDR3 SDRAM 1600MHz SODIMM Memory
• 256GB SATA 1.8" Solid State Drive
• No Optical Included
• 11 b/g/n Wireless BT Combo
• No Bluetooth
• 1 Year Standard Depot Warranty
• One-piece touch pad with scroll feature, multi-touch
• 4 Cell Lithium Polymer Battery (Up to 6.0 Hours Run Time)
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#33
I *think* I got the i7/8GB/512 for around 930 with tax. Thanks OP.
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IdeaPad Yoga 2 Pro - $697.26
Part number: 59RF0585

Estimated ship date: 12/16/13**
• Intel® Core™ i5-4200U processor (2 cores, 1.60GHz, 3MB cache)
• Windows 8.1 Standard 64 - English
13.3" QHD+ (3200 X 1800) Multi-touch, IPS Panel, LED Backlight w/720p HD Camera
Intel HD Graphics 4400
8 GB PC3-12800 DDR3 SDRAM 1600MHz SODIMM Memory
256GB SATA 1.8" Solid State Drive
• No Optical Included
• 11 b/g/n Wireless BT Combo
• No Bluetooth
• 1 Year Standard Depot Warranty
• One-piece touch pad with scroll feature, multi-touch
• 4 Cell Lithium Polymer Battery (Up to 6.0 Hours Run Time)


Too bad I have my mind set on a XPS 13 Haswell Big Grin
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#35
Jumped on a Helix i7/3336U/8GB/256GB for Scratch & Dent for $726.75+Tax. Is it a good price? Also, anyone with experience with Lenovo Scratch & Dent?

ThinkPad Helix

• Intel® Core™ i7-3667U Processor (2.0GHz, 4MB L3, 1600MHz FSB)
• Windows 8 Professional 64 - English
• 11.6" FHD (1920 x 1080) TFT color, VibrantView, LED backlight, Multitouch, IPS with Front 2.0 / Rear 5.0 MP Camera
• Intel® HD Graphics 4000
• 8 GB PC3-10600 DDR3L SDRAM 1333MHz Memory• 256 GB Micro Solid State Drive, Serial ATA3
• No Optical Included
• Intel® Centrino Advanced-N 6205 (2x2 AGN)
• Bluetooth
• 1 Year Standard Depot Warranty
• Keyboard Base with ThinkPad Precision Keyboard US English with Integrated Lithium Polymer 4-cell battery, 28Whr, Mini DisplayPort, USB3.0
• 3-cell Li-Polymer Battery, 42Wh
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Jumped on a Helix i7/3336U/8GB/256GB for Scratch & Dent for $726.75+Tax. Is it a good price? Also, anyone with experience with Lenovo Scratch & Dent?

ThinkPad Helix

• Intel® Core™ i7-3667U Processor (2.0GHz, 4MB L3, 1600MHz FSB)
• Windows 8 Professional 64 - English
• 11.6" FHD (1920 x 1080) TFT color, VibrantView, LED backlight, Multitouch, IPS with Front 2.0 / Rear 5.0 MP Camera
• Intel® HD Graphics 4000
• 8 GB PC3-10600 DDR3L SDRAM 1333MHz Memory• 256 GB Micro Solid State Drive, Serial ATA3
• No Optical Included
• Intel® Centrino Advanced-N 6205 (2x2 AGN)
• Bluetooth
• 1 Year Standard Depot Warranty
• Keyboard Base with ThinkPad Precision Keyboard US English with Integrated Lithium Polymer 4-cell battery, 28Whr, Mini DisplayPort, USB3.0
• 3-cell Li-Polymer Battery, 42Wh
Thats a damn good price for a helix, especially since it has confirmed haswellesqe battery life at 8 hours with the base attached. nice find.
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Thats a damn good price for a helix, especially since it has confirmed haswellesqe battery life at 8 hours with the base attached. nice find.
Thanks! Looks like I need to decide between $399 15z and $770 Helix (inc. Tax) when this arrives. Should not be a tough decision, I hope! laugh out loud
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Thanks! Looks like I need to decide between $399 15z and $770 Helix (inc. Tax) when this arrives. Should not be a tough decision, I hope! laugh out loud
Those are two vastly different animals though lol. If it were me, i'd pick the Helix all day cuz of size/portability/battery life bounce
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Quote from mitun733 View Post :
it was probably a qc issue. I've bought two laptops from them as refurbished and they both worked fine with no issues. it was pre registered because someone bought it and returned it, again, normal for refurbished. I transferred over both warranties from their original owner with no problems.
maybe. im still in the supposed 30 day free returns period so i might just return it. the thing i really hate about it is the keyboard. its nowhere as nice as the thinkpad keyboard (layout wise). But this was my first touchscreen pc and thats one cool feature.
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maybe. im still in the supposed 30 day free returns period so i might just return it. the thing i really hate about it is the keyboard. its nowhere as nice as the thinkpad keyboard (layout wise). But this was my first touchscreen pc and thats one cool feature.
Be careful, i think the lenovo outlet recently changed their return policy to include a restocking fee. But if its a defect they should fix it for free if you submit a repair request.
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#41
Impossible to get one, tried the whole afternoon
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Quote from mitun733 View Post :
it was probably a qc issue. I've bought two laptops from them as refurbished and they both worked fine with no issues. it was pre registered because someone bought it and returned it, again, normal for refurbished. I transferred over both warranties from their original owner with no problems.
Do I need to register the yoga in order to get one year warranty? I assume registration is not required because if there is a warranty claim, then they know by serial number, when the laptop is purchased.

by the way, I bought yoga 13 i5 3337U for 500ish after tax, if yoga 2 pro i3 haswell comes up around the same price, would it be better to use yoga 2 pro or yoga 13? if I buy one, I will sell the other.

thanks.
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You might want to double check that computer man. The u260 is a model discontinued several core i genertions ago, i think i saw the exact one you're talking about and it was a first gen i5..



Discover online cashback for this quarter, as well as shopdiscover thru a discover portal could give you 10% cashback..

I tried to use my discover card but it got blocked because they thought it was a fraudulent purchase... Damn CC protection.. Frown
Yes, you are totally right. I saw i5 and laptop for that price and got all excited. Turns out, this is a terrible deal (the u260 I ordered, not the subject of this thread) and now come to find out you can't even cancel Lenovo outlet orders at all. What horseshit that is. Glad I used a credit card because it seems I am in for a fight, based on a quick search. For some reason, I swear I read they had free returns a month or so back when I got a couple of desktops for family members. No idea why they would even be selling a three year old laptop at this point.
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There's a large batch of I5's with 8gb ram and 256gb SSD's available right now. About 34 of them.
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Do I need to register the yoga in order to get one year warranty? I assume registration is not required because if there is a warranty claim, then they know by serial number, when the laptop is purchased.

by the way, I bought yoga 13 i5 3337U for 500ish after tax, if yoga 2 pro i3 haswell comes up around the same price, would it be better to use yoga 2 pro or yoga 13? if I buy one, I will sell the other.

thanks.
I believe you do have to. When i put my Yoga serial in it was preregistered, but it reregistered to my name and extended the warranty from the date of MY purchase, instead of the original purchase date.

As far as the Yoga/Yoga 2 thing, thats a matter of personal preference. The original Yoga is great, with decent resolution. Pretty much the only thing that the Yoga2 has a huge leg up on the original Yoga is double the resolution, along with a backlit keyboard and haswell, obviously. If you don't mind the performance decrease going from the 3rd gen i5 to the 4th gen i3, go for it!

Another semi important note to remember is the original Yoga gives you the ability to upgrade the SSD and the RAM, i don't believe this is the case with the Yoga2, the original Yoga also has an extra mSata slot for an extra SSD or HDD.
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