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38% off Lenovo Thinkpad X, T series ($675)

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Last Edited by JohnD1567 August 12, 2016 at 01:47 PM
Lenovo.com currently has a 30% off deal running for the entire thinkpad X & T series. However using the corporate discount site will net you 38% in savings for the T line; 33% for X line, both w/ free shipping.


1. go to the corporate site [lenovo.com]
https://shop.lenovo.com/SEUILibra...de=CPNJEPP
2. use code PERKS*WORK
3. select thinkpad and warranty
4. Pay.
That's it; you're done.

Examples:
Base model x1 carbon @$850.23 [lenovo.com] (original $1269.00)
  • Intel Core i5-6200U
  • Windows 10 Home 64
  • 14.0" FHD(1920x1080) IPS Non-Touc
  • Intel HD Graphics 520
  • 8GB LPDDR3 SDRAM 1866 Mhz
  • 128 GB Solid State Drive, SATA3
  • Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC(2x2) 8260
  • Bluetooth Version 4.1 No vPro
  • 4cell 52Wh

Base model t460s [lenovo.com]@ $675.18 (original $1089.00)
  • Intel Core i5-6200U Processor
  • Windows 10 Home 64
  • 14.0" FHD(1920x1080) IPS Non-Touch
  • Intel HD Graphics 520
  • 4GB DDR4-2133 4GB Onboard
  • 128 GB Solid State Drive SATA3
  • Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC(2x2) 8260
  • Bluetooth Version 4.1 No vPro
  • 3 Cell Li-Ion Battery 23.5WH Front
  • 3 Cell Li-Ion Battery 26WH Rear
Notes:
  • I have no idea when this deal ends, but it's safe to assume the corporate deal is today only
  • Other thinkpads may also be on sale; I didn't check
  • Sale is on all X and T series; X1C, X1Yoga, X220, T460, T460s, T460p
  • Corporate discount only valid for US
  • Vpro is only available from i5 6300u processors and up
  • the corporate code does not apply to upgrades on the offered models like adding more RAM
    EDIT: The X line is only 33% off; I was too busy with the T line.
    EDIT2: It's no longer 38% off, but but feel free to use the corporate perks code anyway.
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#3
T460s has subpar battery life
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4ram? upgradable!
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Thanks op. Was waiting for a good Lenovo deal for school. This was slightly better than education discount.
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I have x220, battery life is phenomenal and pretty powerful little machine for real world use and having multitude of firefox/or fox tabs open while concurrently running cyberghost vpn
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#7
Pretty good price for the new T-series...
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#8
got my x220 for $472 at local microcenter store in Dallas. was a refurbished unit and also open box/single quantity item which neither one generally matters to me since I'll be doing a custom install on setup anyway, whether it's linux/Ubuntu or just a server/enterprise or professional version of Windows 10/7/xp or Vista (NOTICE HOW WINDOWS 8/8.1 ARE NOT NOTED IN MY CUSTOM INSTALLS)
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which would you recommend x1 carbor or t460 base models? coming from t400 (2008 model) which should be in a museum now. But it's a beast and still runs flawlessly
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Quote from neelakash21 View Post :
which would you recommend x1 carbor or t460 base models? coming from t400 (2008 model) which should be in a museum now. But it's a beast and still runs flawlessly
Do you need swap-able battery (or prefer battery life)? If yes, than t460 all the way. If no, x1C
Do you need portability? If yes, X1C. No, t460

Other than that, consider your budget since these two have a significant difference in price ~$250.

Also there are many differences such as keyboard and color gamut, but to be fair, these two serves different kind of customer, so can't really compare them.
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Do you need swap-able battery (or prefer battery life)? If yes, than t460 all the way. If no, x1C
Do you need portability? If yes, X1C. No, t460

Other than that, consider your budget since these two have a significant difference in price ~$250.

Also there are many differences such as keyboard and color gamut, but to be fair, these two serves different kind of customer, so can't really compare them.
thanks. Looks like the 460 would be better for my needs. can't decide between the s, p and other variations
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Quote from neelakash21 View Post :
thanks. Looks like the 460 would be better for my needs. can't decide between the s, p and other variations
If you need battery life, stay away the s variation (t460s). This one didn't feature hot-swap battery (it sealed) so the battery capacity can't be change >>> it's the worst. The T460s tried to achieve the same portability like the X1C but overall I think it's pretty lame (like seriously, I never see a T- series that not allow me to swap battery, this is the first)

The P is more powerful (P is power) with full power mobile CPU with better GPU performance so if you need power to do heavy job (like design, video editing, CAD) then this is for you. Of course, its portability will be decrease (more heavy), so keep that in mind.

T460 is the base, like the hybrid between these two, so it's the most popular choice.
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Quote from Onismurai View Post :
If you need battery life, stay away the s variation (t460s). This one didn't feature hot-swap battery (it sealed) so the battery capacity can't be change >>> it's the worst. The T460s tried to achieve the same portability like the X1C but overall I think it's pretty lame (like seriously, I never see a T- series that not allow me to swap battery, this is the first)

The P is more powerful (P is power) with full power mobile CPU with better GPU performance so if you need power to do heavy job (like design, video editing, CAD) then this is for you. Of course, its portability will be decrease (more heavy), so keep that in mind.

T460 is the base, like the hybrid between these two, so it's the most popular choice.
thanks...repped
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Tempted to get the X1 Carbon. I had the first gen at work a few years back and was a big fan of it.

$900 for base + 1440p upgrade. phew that's a lot for bare minimum

Can I upgrade the SSD on my own? Or add storage some other way besides USB (e.g. SD card)
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Only the base model X1 Carbon is 38% off. The higher end configurations are 33% off.
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