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Costco: Lenovo Flex 14 - 10th Gen i5, 512GB SSD, 16GB RAM $599.99

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Price valid till 1/21/2020.

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10th Gen Intel® Core™ i5-10210U Processor at 1.6GHz
Backlit Keyboard with Fingerprint Reader
Dolby Audio DAX3
1x HDMI
Integrated 720p Webcam with Privacy Shutter

https://www.costco.com/lenovo-fle...17162.html

Comparing Ryzen 7 vs 10th Gen i5 - https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Com...3vsm765724 - For $50 less, there is also Ryzen 7 3700U with 12GB RAM and Vega 10 graphics card.

QA Update: This product is backordered, and is expected to ship between 01/09/2020 and 01/13/2020.
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Is this a good one!? Anyone has reviews on this ?
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Windows 10 pro? Or home? Thanks.
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Windows 10 pro? Or home? Thanks.
Home. They are almost all Home only at Costco. Very rare to find any with Pro.
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I have been looking for a laptop for a couple months. Need something basic for light use but want it to be fast enough to be tolerable. Any feedback on this?
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I have been looking for a laptop for a couple months. Need something basic for light use but want it to be fast enough to be tolerable. Any feedback on this?
good cpu, ram n ssd. so performance-wise it's good for the price. but still on bluetooth 4.1, wifi 5 n proprietary charger instead of usb-c charging. not deal breakers for
most users though. n not a gaming laptop.
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Folks who have bought this deal, comments about the build quality and any issues arising from lenovo?
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https://www.costco.com/lenovo-fle...13252.html

Starting today till 1/12/2020, there is also a Ryzen 7 version of Flex 14 but with 12GB RAM and Vega 10 for $550.
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Folks who have bought this deal, comments about the build quality and any issues arising from lenovo?
I had purchased the Ryzen 7 version from October sale, and the build quality is quite good. It is in-between IdeaPad and (closer to) Thinkpad. Not as durable as X1 or T series, but for the build / size / specs, this is a very good deal. I see similar configuration possibly cheaper from Lenovo directly, but there are issues with shipping delays and possible cancellation too.

There is also the same 10th Gen i5, but with 2GB Mx230 card for $750 currently, which came on sale at $650 during Thanksgiving earlier this year. So, there are a few options in the $550-650 price range for a well configured latest gen Lenovo Flex 14s at Costco.
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Display is not bright enough. Just returned it to Costco. Other than that, it's a great laptop.
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I had purchased the Ryzen 7 version from October sale, and the build quality is quite good. It is in-between IdeaPad and (closer to) Thinkpad. Not as durable as X1 or T series, but for the build / size / specs, this is a very good deal. I see similar configuration possibly cheaper from Lenovo directly, but there are issues with shipping delays and possible cancellation too.

There is also the same 10th Gen i5, but with 2GB Mx230 card for $750 currently, which came on sale at $650 during Thanksgiving earlier this year. So, there are a few options in the $550-650 price range for a well configured latest gen Lenovo Flex 14s at Costco.
Sir should I go for this or else the deals on dell.com Amex cash back ones?
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Sir should I go for this or else the deals on dell.com Amex cash back ones?
Build quality is good with these Flex series. However, personally I would prefer one with a dedicated graphics card, which is about $50 more whenever that version comes on sale. Off late, I see quality being a challenge with Dell and HP on their entry / mid level consumer laptops. The ones you are looking at Dell, are they comparable with this one?
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Build quality is good with these Flex series. However, personally I would prefer one with a dedicated graphics card, which is about $50 more whenever that version comes on sale. Off late, I see quality being a challenge with Dell and HP on their entry / mid level consumer laptops. The ones you are looking at Dell, are they comparable with this one?
I checked this, https://deals.dell.com/en-us/productdetail/3tu6
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Hope the 15.6" one with 16GB i7 10th gen + MX230 comes back at $ 650.
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I checked this, https://deals.dell.com/en-us/productdetail/3tu6
Flex has better build than Inspiron. I would recommend getting this one instead. If you don't like it, you have 90-days to return.

Form factor wise, 15.6" version adds a pound more to 14". For mobility, for the same 1080p resolution, 14" is better.
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