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Promoted 04-10-2016 by qwikwit at 05:14 PM View Original Post
Adorama via eBay has Lenovo G50 15.6" Touchscreen Laptop (80KR0015US) on sale for $284.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Rabble_Rabble_Rabble

Specs
  • Intel Core i3 5020U 2.20GHz CPU
  • 15.6" Touchscreen (1366x768) LED Display
  • 4GB DDR3 Memory
  • 500GB Hard drive
  • Intel HD Graphics 5500
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1 x USB 3.0
    • 2 x USB 2.0
  • Bluetooth + WiFi
  • Windows 10

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This price is $5 less than our Frontpage deal from last month. -qwikwit

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Edited May 2, 2016 at 08:30 AM by brisar
Adorama via eBay [ebay.com] has Lenovo G50 15" Touchscreen Laptop (80KR0015US) on sale for $284.99. Shipping is free.

This is $5 less than the previous frontpage deal.

Specs
  • Intel Core i3 5020U 2.20GHz CPU
  • 15.6" Touchscreen (1366x768) LED Display
  • 4GB DDR3 Memory
  • 500GB Hard drive
  • Intel HD Graphics 5500
  • 1x HDMI
  • 1 x USB 3.0
  • 2 x USB 2.0
  • Bluetooth + WiFi
  • Windows 10
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Except you didn't. Not only was that well known to be a huge price mistake, but the laptop included in that bundle was a 17.3" and didn't have a touchscreen.

Don't cherry pick your info and try to mislead other SDers.
I love these comments in laptops threads when comparing 17" and 15" laptops.

At 1600 x 900 on a 17" display the pixel density will be about 106 per sq. inch. At 1366 x 768 on a 15.6" display the pixel density will be about 100 per sq. inch.

Is any human being going to notice the difference? The answer is no.



Exactly. The people that make these claims have zero idea what they're talking about. Just like in the camera world where absolutes like more megapixels = better camera exist.
here we go again. a 17 inch with 920p is like a 15 inch with 720p
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wow. 285 for i3 touch is a steel
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Not really...
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wow. 285 for i3 touch is a steel
got this laptop with xbox one&one free game plus best buy $50 gift card for $$289. so this is not good deal.
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got this laptop with xbox one&one free game plus best buy $50 gift card for $$289. so this is not good deal.
Except you didn't. Not only was that well known to be a huge price mistake, but the laptop included in that bundle was a 17.3" and didn't have a touchscreen.

Don't cherry pick your info and try to mislead other SDers.
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yeah that one was better resolution too
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yeah that one was better resolution too
here we go again. a 17 inch with 920p is like a 15 inch with 720p
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Quote from kv007 View Post :
yeah that one was better resolution too
I love these comments in laptops threads when comparing 17" and 15" laptops.

At 1600 x 900 on a 17" display the pixel density will be about 106 per sq. inch. At 1366 x 768 on a 15.6" display the pixel density will be about 100 per sq. inch.

Is any human being going to notice the difference? The answer is no.

Quote from sam55 View Post :
here we go again. a 17 inch with 920p is like a 15 inch with 720p
Exactly. The people that make these claims have zero idea what they're talking about. Just like in the camera world where absolutes like more megapixels = better camera exist.
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this is a good deal im not bashing it
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Quote from Rabble_Rabble_Rabble View Post :
Except you didn't. Not only was that well known to be a huge price mistake, but the laptop included in that bundle was a 17.3" and didn't have a touchscreen.

Don't cherry pick your info and try to mislead other SDers.
Heck, I thought he was just making a ridiculous over-the-top joke, not actually referencing an actual listing that was not fulfilled (like those wool rugs a couple of months ago).
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Quote from Rabble_Rabble_Rabble View Post :
I love these comments in laptops threads when comparing 17" and 15" laptops.

At 1600 x 900 on a 17" display the pixel density will be about 106 per sq. inch. At 1366 x 768 on a 15.6" display the pixel density will be about 100 per sq. inch.

Is any human being going to notice the difference? The answer is no.



Exactly. The people that make these claims have zero idea what they're talking about. Just like in the camera world where absolutes like more megapixels = better camera exist.
thank you for this comment. I see these all the time and I'm thinking no one can really tell a difference on a screen that small. anyone who knows what they are talking knows it really doesn't mattet
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Thanks for posting the prior deal link. A few commenters noted having a lot of trouble with Lenovo support. I didn't know that about Lenovo. One also noted that at this 4GB RAM configuration some trackpad slowness on Windows 10. That upgrading to 8GB RAM made applications load faster.

But, it also noted a 20 dollar coupon last time. Anyone have luck with a coupon this time?
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i have a dell with this core i3. touch. pretty much same specs. throw an ssd and you have a very fast laptop. - graphics obviously, but i think this is a good deal.
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Quote from ftcm68 View Post :
Thanks for posting the prior deal link. A few commenters noted having a lot of trouble with Lenovo support. I didn't know that about Lenovo. One also noted that at this 4GB RAM configuration some trackpad slowness on Windows 10. That upgrading to 8GB RAM made applications load faster.

But, it also noted a 20 dollar coupon last time. Anyone have luck with a coupon this time?
Don't bother. That was a one time, flash sale eBay coupon code. Though they've popped up a few times in the past month, they're usually very rare and don't last more than a few hours.

And regarding Lenovo support, yeah they aren't very good (Thinkpad support is pretty decent though), but then again HP, Dell and Acer's support are all useless, outsourced crap as well. Believe me, I own a ton of tech and have had to speak with all of them. In my experience HP has been the absolute worst.
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