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Lenovo Y40 Laptop: i7 4510U, 8GB DDR3, 1TB HDD, 14" 1080p, R9 M275 EXPIRED

Highagain420 165 August 26, 2014 at 03:31 AM in Laptops (5) More Lenovo Deals
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Promoted 08-26-2014 at 11:10 AM View Original Post
Lenovo.com has their Lenovo IdeaPad Y40 Laptop on sale for $1149 - $400 off with eCoupon code DOORBUSTER = $749. Shipping is free. Thanks Highagain420

Specs
  • Intel Core i7 4510U
  • 8GB DDR3
  • 1TB HDD + 8GB SSHD
  • 14" 1920x1080 LED Backlit Display
  • 2GB Radeon R9 M275
  • Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160
  • 4-cell 48WHr Lithium Ion Battery
  • Windows 8.1
Note, you may also consider upgrading to a 256GB SSD for $849 after eCoupon code DOORBUSTER.

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Edited August 26, 2014 at 09:58 AM by mlacey3
http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/lapt...eries/y40/

Processor 4th Generation Intel Core i7-4510U Processor (2.00GHz 1600 MHz 4MB)
Operating System Windows 8.1 64
Display 14.0" FHD LED AntiGlare Backlight (1920x1080)
Graphics AMD Radeon R9 M275 2GB
Memory 8.0GB PC3-12800 DDR3L SDRAM 1600 MHz
Hard Drive Hybrid 1TB 5400 RPM+8GB SSHD
Network Card Intel® Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160
Bluetooth Bluetooth Version 4.0
Warranty One year
Battery 4 Cell 48 Watt Hour Lithium-Ion

256GB SSD Version also available for $849.00

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#76
I grabbed a y500 about a year ago from the outlet store for

$670 after taxes and shipped

it has -
15.6 inch screen
1080 p
12 gb of ram
i7 3rd gen
dedicated nivida 650 gt card
1 tb HDD


this deal isn't very impressive
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#77
Quote from Corrosive View Post :
I really wish they had an IPS option for this computer. I can't stand sub par TN panels.


ding,ding,ding,ding.....

Y40 and Y50 valid attempt from Lenovo especially the Y50 but having seen one upclose. its horrible.
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#78
Quote from frozty View Post :
Anyone know what kind of battery life this would get playing a game? It only has a 4-cell Frown
Reviews are pretty good for battery life on this despite being gaming laptop. On normal usage upto 7 hours. Which is almost touching ulteabook category. While gaming it should last for 3 hours minimum I suppose.
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#79
I hate to spoil the party, but I just saw this exact model go on outlet for around 650. Check tomorrow around 10-11am EST.
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#80
Quote from yuugotserved View Post :
Lenovo.com ["http] has their Lenovo IdeaPad Y40 Laptop on sale for $1149 - $400 off with eCoupon code DOORBUSTER = $749. Shipping is free. Thanks Highagain420

Specs
  • Intel Core i7 4510U
  • 8GB DDR3
  • 1TB HDD + 8GB SSHD
  • 14" 1920x1080 LED Backlit Display
  • 2GB Radeon R9 M275
  • Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 3160
  • 4-cell 48WHr Lithium Ion Battery
  • Windows 8.1
Note, you may also consider upgrading to a 256GB SSD ["http] for $849 after eCoupon code DOORBUSTER.

Deal Editor's Note: Head over to Laptop Mag ["http] for their review of this laptop.
Tiger Direct has what appears to be a better system:

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applic...&rrindex=0

Hope the link works. 1099after rebate and much better specs. Also a ssd version for 1399. My only concern is that the hdd's on these systems are 5400 rpm. Any thoughts?
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#81
Hallelujah http://www.notebookcheck.net/Leno...638.0.html
8HR WEB BROWSING BATTERY LIFE FTMFW
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#82
Quote from sdsxs View Post :
Nice specs but the chassis, hinges and KB are so cheap and flimsy. Works if it just sits on a tabletop but don't expect it to travel.
I own the y510 and had it for a year. I bring it to work and home everyday it has lasted without any issues on the hinges or chassis.

It looks and feels cheap but it is durable.

For the specs and price nothing really comes close for a branded laptop.
My next laptop I would go pay a little more and go with the MSi. I feel they use better materials have better updating software and look nicer.
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#83
Quote from Mikkig92 View Post :
Tiger Direct has what appears to be a better system:

My only concern is that the hdd's on these systems are 5400 rpm. Any thoughts?
It has a cache drive so loading the most used programs are always quick. 8 GB is a little small tho so you may want to upgrade that.

I have the y510 that has a 24GB cache which I find sufficient to load windows rather quickly.
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#84
Quote from TimothyS5756 View Post :
It has a cache drive so loading the most used programs are always quick. 8 GB is a little small tho so you may want to upgrade that.

I have the y510 that has a 24GB cache which I find sufficient to load windows rather quickly.
Thanks. I had the y510p and wasn't happy with it, especially the shoddy wireless. I sold it and got a think pad yoga pro. Decent specs, fast ssd boot, but don't use it as a tablet at all and want something a bit stronger. Just fought with Dell and got 25% off outlet Alienware. Has 7200rpm hard drive but will prob swap out for ssd. I think this system will do well for anyone who wants an entry level low budget gaming laptop. Otherwise you got to pay a bit more, I chose Dell after reading some roughy reviews on the Asus customer support and the MSI I wanted out of my league lol.
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#85
I bought a Y510p and loved it but decided to return it now I really want a Y50 its perfect everything except the display is not IPS except the 4K version which is liek $$$
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#86
im on my Y40 right now, this machine is well built, very thin... heavy for its size (its a dense machine)

the screen looks great to me, I will say that a good portion of things look bad but are not compatible or optimized for it I think. for instance, Dota 2 and text in say explorer, look crystal clear and great. in optimized programs, the screen looks awesome to me.

this runs dota maxed out very smoothly (when plugged in) struggles a bit unplugged in games but that's common for a gaming laptop running on battery.

no dead pixels, fast machine, decent battery life, well built and attractive, discreet graphics. I would say this is better than any 13'' MacBook air because of its gaming capability and similar size.
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#87
NOOOOOOOOO!.....HORRIBLE DISPLAY DIM and bad keyboard.....

Shatty review dated 8/7/14 at

http://www.laptopmag.com/reviews/...lenovo-y40

Do you guys do your homework first?
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#88
Most of the people do. At 750, which other laptop do you suggest which would play games as good as this. Besides the battery life is amazing. The review you shared above, doesn't actually rate this laptop as bad. And if you absolutely can't live with that screen, it's easily replaceable.
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#89
i ordered one on Aug 28. Recntly i got email said that those laptops are OOS, and the order has been ridiculous delayed. Canceled the fk out Lenovo.
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#90
4 of these were posted on the outlet for 650 (slightly worse specs). Was gonna jump on it, but after reading all the reviews on the screen quality, I decided agianst it.
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