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Promoted 01-13-2016 by Discombobulated at 04:58 AM View Original Post
Best Buy.com has Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 2-In-1 Touchscreen Laptop (20FY0002US) on sale for $699.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup if stock permits. Thanks sukr4deelz & ttran0

Note, availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location. Purchase of this laptop will also include: Intel Entertainment Software Starter Pack Bundle (Digital Download) and 1-Year Titanium Internet Security (Mac/PC 3-Devices) for free (automatically added to cart).

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  • Intel Core i5-6200U Mobile Processor (6th Gen)
  • 14" 1920x1080 Full HD Touchscreen
  • 256GB Solid State Drive SSD
  • NVIDIA GeForce 940M
  • 8GB DDR3L Memory
  • WiFi w/ Bluetooth
  • Windows 10 OS
    • Inputs
      • 3x USB 2.0/3.0
      • 1x HDMI

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Offer valid through January 16, 2016 or while supplies last. Collage students may save an additional $50 off select Blue Label Laptop w/ EDU coupon code - Discombobulated

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Edited January 13, 2016 at 03:53 PM by delz4stelz
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Lenovo ThinkPad Yoga 14 2-in-1 Touchscreen Ultrabook: 6th Gen Intel Core i5-6200U (Skylake), 14" (1920x1080) IPS LED, 8GB DDR3L, 256GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce 940M 2GB, Backlit Keyboard, Win 10 $699.99 / $649.99 w/ edu
http://www.bestbuy.com/site/lenov...Id=4456400
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Lenovo-Th...2ca39a9050

Model: 20FY0002US
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That was Yoga 700
This is Thinkpad Yoga 14.

Totally different.
Build quality in ThinkPad series always superior than others. And with ULV Intel Core, i5 or i7 doesn't make a big difference. Build quality does, absolutely (I've heard only good thing with the keyboard, trackpad, durability and so on in the previous version of this ThinkPad)
Sorry to hear about your experience with Lenovo customer service. But I gotta warn you, Dell customer service is TERRIBLE. I was passed around and around for 3 hours when I called in for a simple issue. And the last rep just hung up on me lol. To this day my problem is still not resolve.
Just want to say that Lenovo is not IBM. Their customer service isn't that great. I bought a Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 12 a year and a half ago for $1200 and it is plagued with image retention problem after a year. Sent it in for repair. They replaced the wrong screen at a lower resolution. Sent it back in for correct replacement and when I got it back, the problem still persists. Not only that, one of the part of the laptop was missing and they won't replace it bc they don't have that in inventory. Sent it back in again and they said there is nothing wrong with it. It's been two months and I'm without a laptop. Told them to just send it back to me bc I need it. I have to prove to them that there is a problem. They said just record it and take pictures and send it back to them with the proof. I will say that the shipping is free so that is good, but they do take their sweet time though. Anyway, it will be my last Lenovo computer.

Anyway, for the price and what you get, I'd say this is a pretty good deal. Like someone mentioned, it is built like a tank and can take a splash of water too. Keyboard is a joy to type on. It's a little on the heavy side and quite large in size compare to other laptop of the same screen size. I like my thinkpad yoga, but the screen problem, not Lenovo's fault as it is a defect of the screen by LG, but Lenovo refuse to acknowledge the problem, complicating the issue when trying to repair/replace the screen. The Lenovo reps are a pain in the ass to deal with though and that is why I don't want to deal with Lenovo anymore. Can you believe I was transferred 5 times before a rep say that they don't have the part in their inventory and that the part they lost cannot be replaced. They all seem to be very incompetent.

Now, I'm saving money for a Dell XPS 13 or 15.

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I don't get it... It's been like 6months since I log in to slickdeal and this laptop is still on. just more expensive.
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Just got the same model Open Box from local BB for $350 + tax. IMHO Totally worth $350. New for $699? Probably not.
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Quote from sleepybubba View Post :
Just got the same model Open Box from local BB for $350 + tax. IMHO Totally worth $350. New for $699? Probably not.
Receipt or it's not happened

Pay attention to the model and specs. Probably not the same.
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Compared to spending $1200 on the the Yoga 900 this is still tempting. Thanks Op
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this is cheaper with edu coupon for those who have one, $50 off
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I don't get it... It's been like 6months since I log in to slickdeal and this laptop is still on. just more expensive.
You sure it's the exact same model and specs?
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So roughly two weeks ago, this laptop was on the FP with a 5th gen i5 and a hybrid TB drive, and now it has a 256GB SSD and 6th gen i5 for the same price? Seems like it should hit FP again. Edu coupon makes it sweeter too.
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this is cheaper with edu coupon for those who have one, $50 off
Thank you. Nearly pull the trigger on the open-box one until I saw this. Got me a brand new for $705 after tax.
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That was Yoga 700
This is Thinkpad Yoga 14.

Totally different.
Build quality in ThinkPad series always superior than others. And with ULV Intel Core, i5 or i7 doesn't make a big difference. Build quality does, absolutely (I've heard only good thing with the keyboard, trackpad, durability and so on in the previous version of this ThinkPad)
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Will Lenovo accept returns for no reason? I just got the older version of this laptop for $660, after waiting for weeks for this to go on sale. Now I want to buy this and return the other laptop. I only got it yesterday.

Edit: I pulled the trigger on this anyway with store pick-up for $709. IMO this is a great deal for a decent laptop in general, and an excellent deal for a "penabled" laptop which is what I am after. With the current gen CPU and the SSD thrown in, it should last me at least a couple of years till the next next shiny new thing comes along!

Will send the other laptop back to Lenovo in a day or two after I convince them I NEED to return it!
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Just want to say that Lenovo is not IBM. Their customer service isn't that great. I bought a Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 12 a year and a half ago for $1200 and it is plagued with image retention problem after a year. Sent it in for repair. They replaced the wrong screen at a lower resolution. Sent it back in for correct replacement and when I got it back, the problem still persists. Not only that, one of the part of the laptop was missing and they won't replace it bc they don't have that in inventory. Sent it back in again and they said there is nothing wrong with it. It's been two months and I'm without a laptop. Told them to just send it back to me bc I need it. I have to prove to them that there is a problem. They said just record it and take pictures and send it back to them with the proof. I will say that the shipping is free so that is good, but they do take their sweet time though. Anyway, it will be my last Lenovo computer.

Anyway, for the price and what you get, I'd say this is a pretty good deal. Like someone mentioned, it is built like a tank and can take a splash of water too. Keyboard is a joy to type on. It's a little on the heavy side and quite large in size compare to other laptop of the same screen size. I like my thinkpad yoga, but the screen problem, not Lenovo's fault as it is a defect of the screen by LG, but Lenovo refuse to acknowledge the problem, complicating the issue when trying to repair/replace the screen. The Lenovo reps are a pain in the ass to deal with though and that is why I don't want to deal with Lenovo anymore. Can you believe I was transferred 5 times before a rep say that they don't have the part in their inventory and that the part they lost cannot be replaced. They all seem to be very incompetent.

Now, I'm saving money for a Dell XPS 13 or 15.
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Last edited by CheapBastardX10 January 13, 2016 at 01:27 AM
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Quote from CheapBastardX10 View Post :
Just want to say that Lenovo is not IBM. Their customer service isn't that great. I bought a Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 12 a year and a half ago for $1200 and it is plagued with image retention problem after a year. Sent it in for repair. They replaced the wrong screen at a lower resolution. Sent it back in for correct replacement and when I got it back, the problem still persists. Not only that, one of the part of the laptop was missing and they won't replace it bc they don't have that in inventory. Sent it back in again and they said there is nothing wrong with it. It's been two months and I'm without a laptop. Told them to just send it back to me bc I need it. I have to prove to them that there is a problem. They said just record it and take pictures and send it back to them with the proof. I will say that the shipping is free so that is good, but they do take their sweet time though. Anyway, it will be my last Lenovo computer.

Anyway, for the price and what you get, I'd say this is a pretty good deal. Like someone mentioned, it is built like a tank and can take a splash of water too. Keyboard is a joy to type on. It's a little on the heavy side and quite large in size compare to other laptop of the same screen size. I like my thinkpad yoga, but the screen problem, not Lenovo's fault as it is a defect of the screen by LG, but Lenovo refuse to acknowledge the problem, complicating the issue when trying to repair/replace the screen. The Lenovo reps are a pain in the ass to deal with though and that is why I don't want to deal with Lenovo anymore. Can you believe I was transferred 5 times before a rep say that they don't have the part in their inventory and that the part they lost cannot be replaced. They all seem to be very incompetent.

Now, I'm saving money for a Dell XPS 13 or 15.
Sorry to hear about your experience with Lenovo customer service. But I gotta warn you, Dell customer service is TERRIBLE. I was passed around and around for 3 hours when I called in for a simple issue. And the last rep just hung up on me lol. To this day my problem is still not resolve.
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