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Lenovo - Yoga 720 2-in-1 15.6" 4K Ultra HD Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Quad Core i7 - 16GB Memory - 512GB SSD - Platinum silver - $1399.99

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Bestbuy [bestbuy.com] has Lenovo Yoga 720 15" 2-in-1 Laptop (80X7001SUS) on sale for $1399.99. Shipping is free.

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  • Windows 10 operating system
    Windows Ink compatible
    7th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ mobile processor
    15.6" 4K (3840 x 2160) IPS touch screen
    NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 (2G) graphics
    16GB DDR4 (2133) memory
    512GB solid state drive (SSD)
    LED backlight keyboard
    360° flip-and-fold design
    Weighs 4.41 lbs.
    Wi-Fi 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.0
    1 USB Type-C port
    1 USB 3.1 port
    2 USB 3.0 ports
    Built-in HD webcam with two microphones
    Built-in fingerprint reader
    Headphone/microphone combo jack.

Dell XPS 15 with same specification would cost more than $2000.
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It's not "on sale", that is regular price.
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It's not "on sale", that is regular price.
The price is still ok at least now with hand writing capability. The same spec on XPS 15 would be more than $2000.
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Dont buy a Lenovo. Their customer service is "fake good." they'll message you and ask how they can help with their defective product, then proceed to never say another word...

I had a defective battery and they were rude to me on the phone, then offered to let me pay for the repairs and parts. I had the laptop for just about 2 years with minimal charging.

Just a fair warning...
I heard Dell is really good with customer service.
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Dont buy a Lenovo. Their customer service is "fake good." they'll message you and ask how they can help with their defective product, then proceed to never say another word...

I had a defective battery and they were rude to me on the phone, then offered to let me pay for the repairs and parts. I had the laptop for just about 2 years with minimal charging.

Just a fair warning...
I heard Dell is really good with customer service.
Thanks for the comments. Unfortunately, I have no idea about both Dell and Lenovo's customer service. the hd 5650 on my 7 years old hp envy 14 was down few days ago. So I am considering to get new one.
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The price is still ok at least now with hand writing capability. The same spec on XPS 15 would be more than $2000.
"I expected a lot from the 15-inch Yoga 720, but I came away a bit disappointed. Defects aside, perhaps I expected too much for a machine significantly cheaper than a similarly configured XPS 15.

The build quality I would describe as "good enough", but is still a notch below the XPS. The screen is something that I could live with as someone who is not working in digital or print imaging, but it may be a deal breaker for others. The two-lane PCIe for the Thunderbolt 3 is a big disappointment, however, and I think that will turn away a lot of people who were looking at it as an alternative to the XPS 15. The floaty and frustrating trackpad was something that also made the machine difficult for me to imagine using as a daily driver: it is something immediately noticeable and consistently jarring for the duration of its use."
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How can List price be a Slick Deal?
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The price is still ok at least now with hand writing capability. The same spec on XPS 15 would be more than $2000.

The Dell XPS 15 config has been $1600 for a long time; open box $1430. It is also in the Dell outlet so randomly there will be some very good pricing. With the student discount, the Microsoft store is about the same.

The Dell has 4GB video memory vs. 2GB; 94Whr battery vs. 72Whr battery; the XPS is about 1/4" smaller in both dimensions and somewhat thinner.

Both are very nice; the XPS 15 had the advantages I wanted for a little more. Both are well into the diminishing returns for the extra expense; small advantages cost more and more.

http://www.microcenter.com/produc...ilver?ob=1
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The Dell XPS 15 config has been $1600 for a long time; open box $1430. It is also in the Dell outlet so randomly there will be some very good pricing. With the student discount, the Microsoft store is about the same.

The Dell has 4GB video memory vs. 2GB; 94Whr battery vs. 72Whr battery; the XPS is about 1/4" smaller in both dimensions and somewhat thinner.

Both are very nice; the XPS 15 had the advantages I wanted for a little more. Both are well into the diminishing returns for the extra expense; small advantages cost more and more.

http://www.microcenter.com/produc...ilver?ob=1

But XPS is not 2-in-1, it can only be used in laptop mode, it has no tent mode, no stand mode and no tablet mode. XPS 15 does not work with active pen too! FTM, DELL customer service is well known the worst! You will be routed to India and those people just kick you back and forth and no one want to help you. I swear I will never use any PC from DELL again!
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Dont buy a Lenovo. Their customer service is "fake good." they'll message you and ask how they can help with their defective product, then proceed to never say another word...

I had a defective battery and they were rude to me on the phone, then offered to let me pay for the repairs and parts. I had the laptop for just about 2 years with minimal charging.

Just a fair warning...
I heard Dell is really good with customer service.

Wrong, DELL customer serve is outsourced to India and those people never try to help you. DELL's consumer product customer service is the WORST in US (their business arm is probably better)! They just kick you back and forth (you will be transferred to different departments and wait very long time to get chance to talk to a people, but that people will just cut you off and transfer you to another department). Spending 3 hours and never got one people to help you. I will never use DELL product in my life!!
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