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Lenovo Thinkpad P53 Touchscreen Laptop: i7-9750H, 15.6" 4K, 16GB DDR4, 512GB SSD EXPIRED

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Lenovo.com has Lenovo Thinkpad P53 Touchscreen Laptop (20QNS01800) on sale for $1484.45 when you apply eCoupon code THINKANNUAL in cart. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis

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  • 15.6" 3840x2160 OLED Multi-Touch Display with Dolby Vision HDR
  • Intel i7-9750H 2.6GHz 6-Core Processor
  • 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe Solid State Drive
  • 16GB 2666MHz DDR4 Memory
  • NVIDIA Quadro T2000 4GB Graphics
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • 802.11ax Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 5.0
  • Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit
    • Ports
      • 2x USB 3.1 Type-A Gen 1
      • 2x USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 2/Intel Thunderbolt 3
      • 1x USB 3.1 Type-C Gen 2
      • 1x HDMI 2.0
      • 1x Audio Combo Jack
      • Gigabit Ethernet
      • 4-in-1 Media Card Reader
  • Li-Ion 90Wh Battery
  • 5.51 lbs
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LINK (20QNS01800): https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/lapt...20QNS01800

COUPON: THINKSEPT

SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Pro 64 Bit
  • 15.6" 4K OLED Touchscreen Display /w Dolby Vision HDR
  • i7-9750H 6C/12T 2.6 GHz (4.5 GHz Turbo, 12MB Cache)
  • 16GB DDR4 2666 MHz Ram (128GB Max, 4 Slots)
  • 512GB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD + Empty M.2 Slot + 2.5" bay
  • Quadro RTX T2000 4GB GDDR5 Graphics
  • IR & 720P HD Camera with ThinkShutter (Windows Hello)
  • Fingerprint Reader
  • Backlit Keyboard /w Numberpad
  • Intel AX200 Wi-Fi 6 Gigabit WiFi (2x2) + Bluetooth 5.0 + Gigabit Ethernet
  • PORTS:
    • 2x USB 3.1 Type-A (1 always On Charging)
    • 2x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C /w Thunderbolt 3
    • 1x USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type-C 10 Gb/s (Display, Data)
    • 1x HDMI 2.0
    • 1x SDXC Card Reader
    • 1x Audio Combo Jack
  • 90 WHr battery
  • 5.51 lbs
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100% sRGB and 100% Adobe RGB. DCI-P3 is 100% as well.
What site lists this .

I haven't seen any panel which does 100% adobe and 100% p3, they use different phosphors.
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What site lists this .

I haven't seen any panel which does 100% adobe and 100% p3, they use different phosphors.
Lenovo sites list that. Click on the link and go through the feature section. DCI-P3 is even wider than Adobe RGB and a 100% DCI-P3 display can cover 100% Adobe RGB. Currently no reviews are available which verified it, so provided whatever present in Lenovo site.
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If you're looking at this model, you might want to check out the P53 on Rakuten.
https://www.rakuten.com/shop/leno...0QNS00P00/
$1539 + $400 in Rakuten Super Points.
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Lenovo sites list that. Click on the link and go through the feature section. DCI-P3 is even wider than Adobe RGB and a 100% DCI-P3 display can cover 100% Adobe RGB. Currently no reviews are available which verified it, so provided whatever present in Lenovo site.
Adobe RGB is a larger gamut volume than P3, the P3 is taller. Adobe is wider.
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If you're looking at this model, you might want to check out the P53 on Rakuten.
https://www.rakuten.com/shop/leno...0QNS00P00/
$1539 + $400 in Rakuten Super Points.
thank you! I like that I can use the $400 in points for more RAM, or anything else for my family, repped!
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If you're looking at this model, you might want to check out the P53 on Rakuten.
https://www.rakuten.com/shop/leno...0QNS00P00/
$1539 + $400 in Rakuten Super Points.
Only downside is the non OLED 1080P screen for that rakuten model.
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Only downside is the non OLED 1080P screen for that rakuten model.
Pretty big downside
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Should mention warranty in post. It's only a 1 year basic depot.

Man, there was this one eBayer in Michigan who sold me 4 TP's w/ i5 4 years ago for 400-500, that had 3 year on site support. I never could comprehend how he made money, but what a deal! Trust me, those extended warranties are needed on TP's, I've had displays die, MoBos go out, USB ports fried, and everytime they came to my home.
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Should mention warranty in post. It's only a 1 year basic depot.

Man, there was this one eBayer in Michigan who sold me 4 TP's w/ i5 4 years ago for 400-500, that had 3 year on site support. I never could comprehend how he made money, but what a deal! Trust me, those extended warranties are needed on TP's, I've had displays die, MoBos go out, USB ports fried, and everytime they came to my home.
sounds like something is wrong with your home
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Overpriced considering there are $300-450 laptops being posted here all day long, also with 15" screens. Most people won't even know the difference in real world use.
such ignorance to build quality, requirements of power user and understanding of "mission critical"
work.
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Pretty reasonable deal for the intended market. For others, would be better to go for the Gigabyte Aero 15 OLED or Alienware M15 which both also weigh way less and pack more firepower for the graphics in the same price range.
agree. for real, professional work. I woudn't touch an Aero or Alienware.

separate markets. for my line of work if I see someone come in with an aero and alienware. his contract offer will be in trash next day.
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So I have a question as to why people buy the workstation-class (Quadro) video cards at such a high premium over their consumer-level (GeForce) equivalents.

Before I get jumped on with the "you just don't understand" responses. Let me preface by saying I've worked in the VFX industry for about 15 years now. Almost all of my work computers have run Quadro cards for as long as I can remember, but when I buy for myself I always end up settling for a GeForce card because the performance difference is substantial for the price.

Is it all about drivers,warranty,and support, or is there some other factor I'm not considering. Both types of cards have been equally reliable in my opinion, and performance-wise, at least for Maya (which is primarily what I do), seems to be fine in both. I'm a rigger (ie, I don't have to ray-trace or anything render-related) so maybe I'm missing the parts where the Work-station class cards really stand out. Is it just that people want a machine that doesn't look like a toy (which i can totally relate to, my gaming days are pretty much over)

In short, tell me why I should buy a workstation with a t2000 card which, on-spec, is the equivalent to less than that of a GTX 1660 Ti, instead of paying a little more (or waiting for a good deal) on a gaming rig with a RTX 2070+.

Thanks guys. None of this is meant to be a criticism on anyone's choices, just more of a curiosity as to why people choose what they choose.
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So I have a question as to why people buy the workstation-class (Quadro) video cards at such a high premium over their consumer-level (GeForce) equivalents.

Before I get jumped on with the "you just don't understand" responses. Let me preface by saying I've worked in the VFX industry for about 15 years now. Almost all of my work computers have run Quadro cards for as long as I can remember, but when I buy for myself I always end up settling for a GeForce card because the performance difference is substantial for the price.

Is it all about drivers,warranty,and support, or is there some other factor I'm not considering. Both types of cards have been equally reliable in my opinion, and performance-wise, at least for Maya (which is primarily what I do), seems to be fine in both. I'm a rigger (ie, I don't have to ray-trace or anything render-related) so maybe I'm missing the parts where the Work-station class cards really stand out. Is it just that people want a machine that doesn't look like a toy (which i can totally relate to, my gaming days are pretty much over)

In short, tell me why I should buy a workstation with a t2000 card which, on-spec, is the equivalent to less than that of a GTX 1660 Ti, instead of paying a little more (or waiting for a good deal) on a gaming rig with a RTX 2070+.

Thanks guys. None of this is meant to be a criticism on anyone's choices, just more of a curiosity as to why people choose what they choose.

Nvidia Dithering doesn't fkn' work right out of the box on their consumer card. Only Quadro has proper dithering out of the box.

SO.... BIG deal for accurate output. Seriously, FK nvidia, this is a basic feature that should work.

Dithering works perfect on ATI cards outta the box, both pro and non-pro.

People have been complaining on the forums for YEARS, Nvidia sit on their ass. I'm glad ATI is takn' them down with the return of 4870 , 5700xt.
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