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  • Processor- Intel® Core™ i5-9300H (2.40GHz, up to 4.10GHz with Turbo Boost, 4 Cores, 8MB Cache)
  • Memory- 8GB DDR4 2666MHz
  • Hard Drive- 256GB Solid State Drive, M.2 PCIe-NVMe, Opal
  • Display Type- 15.6" FHD (1920 x 1080) 300 nits, IPS, anti-glare with 720p HD Camera
  • Graphics- NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650 Max-Q 4GB


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Lenovo.com has the ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 2 starting at $1,352.45 after coupon code THINKBIGSALE.

Additionally get a $125 Slickdeals rebate via Paypal w/ your Thinkpad X1 purchase. Rebate is valid on any configuration of the ThinkPad X1 Extreme Gen 2.

Fill out this rebate form [formstack.com] after purchase.
  • Processor- Intel® Core™ i5-9300H (2.40GHz, up to 4.10GHz with Turbo Boost, 4 Cores, 8MB Cache)
  • Memory- 8GB DDR4 2666MHz
  • Hard Drive- 256GB Solid State Drive, M.2 PCIe-NVMe, Opal
  • Display Type- 15.6" FHD (1920 x 1080) 300 nits, IPS, anti-glare with 720p HD Camera
  • Graphics- NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1650 Max-Q 4GB
Seems like a great deal. But 3rd party extensions/cashback sites not supported to qualify for this. Also buying through employee perks websites (EPP) doesn't qualify. Otherwise this seems good
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If you have Discover, the cashback this period is PayPal so you can save another $75 or so.
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Bad price with these specs?
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Seems like a great deal. But 3rd party extensions/cashback sites not supported to qualify for this. Also buying through employee perks websites (EPP) doesn't qualify. Otherwise this seems good
Yeah and you effectively get $100 back through cash back sites right now, so if you have EPP and can stack, likely a better deal anyway.

Also, 8GB memory at this price is pretty terrible...
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Yeah and you effectively get $100 back through cash back sites right now, so if you have EPP and can stack, likely a better deal anyway.

Also, 8GB memory at this price is pretty terrible...
For X1 extreme, dont buy memory or ssd from lenovo. its easy and far cheaper to upgrade memory yourself. I bought the 8 gb laptop from lenovo and a 32 gig RAM from amazon for 150$ (This is not a deal and the regular price) and upgraded myself. Now I have 8+32 (40) gb RAM.THis would have costed atleast 5 times the price through lenovo. Also SSD prices are getting cheaper these days. The RAM upgrade literally took me 10 minutes. There are many youtube videos on how to do it. just make sure you purchase a compatible version for SSD and Memory
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Bad price with these specs?
Yup. There was a deal here the other day for a top of the line 4K & i7 for $1700
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Own a X1 and X1 yoga. Battery is a joke =\
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X1 Extreme is not a good laptop. I got it for the specs but felt it to be laggy and slower for most tasks compared to a Carbon or Yoga. It's also a lot thicker and heavier so not as portable. I don't see the GPU benefit yet either.
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The spec doesn't look appealing at all for this price other than the graphic card maybe. Will rather buy X1 Carbon instead
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Own a X1 and X1 yoga. Battery is a joke =\
The only reason I'd go with the i5 is to achieve better battery life versus the i7. I wouldn't call the battery life a joke but it is on the lower end compared to the other comparable thin mobile workstations. Performance, price and portability.. pick two.
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The spec doesn't look appealing at all for this price other than the graphic card maybe. Will rather buy X1 Carbon instead
I agree. I'd get the X1E or P1 with the faster processors but the price jumps a bit when you add the options. The X1 Carbon has a U CPU compared to the X1E/P1 H CPU options. You'll get much better battery life with the U CPU's but the performance might suffer a little (depending on your workload).
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X1 Extreme is not a good laptop. I got it for the specs but felt it to be laggy and slower for most tasks compared to a Carbon or Yoga. It's also a lot thicker and heavier so not as portable. I don't see the GPU benefit yet either.
I went from a P51 to a P1 and at first it was laggy when using multiple monitors but after some tweaking and changes it is as fast if not faster. Could your laptop be CPU throttling? Have you tried undervolting your CPU?
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how does the graphics card compared to a 15in Razer Blade 1060 GTX max Q (2018 edition)?
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Yup. There was a deal here the other day for a top of the line 4K & i7 for $1700
Are you sure if that was x1 extreme, not the carbon?
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