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Previous generation (Gen 7), not latest (Gen 8).
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Previous generation (Gen 7), not latest (Gen 8).
Changes between 8th gen and 7th gen are very minimal [tomshardware.com]. This still has 10th gen processor (Comet Lake) processor with great specs (16gb RAM, 512gb SDD, 2x Thunderbolt 3, 400 nit screen, and 80 watt battery) at a great price for an X1. The 8th gen has the same processors.

I ordered one of these yesterday at this price ($1089, thought it was a pricing error) through my employer discount link.

Also 15% cashback through popular site makes this as good or better than previous front page deals.

Edit: Was 15% cashback yesterday, looks like it's only 2% now.
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Tempted, good deal OP.

They did just unveil at least part of Ryzen 4000 based lineup, so this might be a way to clean out some inventory.
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Maybe with the new Thunderbolt hack they might even discount them more in the near future?
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Thank you very much for posting this deal, I ordered one. The 16 GB of RAM is nice to have. The thin physical dimensions of the X1 Carbon Gen 7 is appealing:

12.71" x 8.54" x 0.58" / 323 x 217 x 14.95 (mm)
Starting at 2.40 lbs (1.08 kg)
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Please note that it comes with uhd620 whether it's 8th or 10gen Intel CPU. If you are planning using it for programming or for work it might work. One way or another you will realize the lack of iris plus graphics or dgpu
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Please note that it comes with uhd620 whether it's 8th or 10gen Intel CPU. If you are planning using it for programming or for work it might work. One way or another you will realize the lack of iris plus graphics or dgpu
With the Carbon it is all about the luxury and durability, plus it is fast enough.
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Ordered one... thanks
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I need your help guys. This looks like a great deal. Considering last deal I saw on a X1 carbon was Costco for $1300. However, my wife has a X1 Yoga and she bought it thinking she was going to travel with it and use the tablet mode etc. She does not. So I'm thinking it's better to save the money on portability and spend it on specs. She mainly does word processing but has a ton of documents and browsers open. Is the i5-U going to make much of a difference compared to i7 or even going down to i3? I think her main problem currently with sluggish performance is she has 8GB soldered RAM (and probably 3 different cloud storage syncing at once constantly).

Thinking this would be a great upgrade for her or thinking going to a T-series.
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Seems really expensive for something with an I5 (at least it is 10th gen), integrated Intel graphics, SSD (not NVMe), and soldered RAM. I bought my MSI with a desktop-grade GTX card, the last gen i7, 16GB RAM, and an NVMe SSD just over a year ago at a cheaper price. What's the selling point for these? Quality? Slim? Durability? I genuinely just want to know.
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$1089 configuration is OOS Frown
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Seems really expensive for something with an I5 (at least it is 10th gen), integrated Intel graphics, SSD (not NVMe), and soldered RAM. I bought my MSI with a desktop-grade GTX card, the last gen i7, 16GB RAM, and an NVMe SSD just over a year ago at a cheaper price. What's the selling point for these? Quality? Slim? Durability? I genuinely just want to know.
Yes durability for years. Thinkpad brand before Lenovo was all about Japanese engineered durability. Supposedly still as good? I had an X31 in college and dropped it so many times and lasted me 5.5 years. I keep it on my shelf as a memento. Also I don't know the form factor of your MSI but thinner laptops are more expensive in general as well.
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Seems really expensive for something with an I5 (at least it is 10th gen), integrated Intel graphics, SSD (not NVMe), and soldered RAM. I bought my MSI with a desktop-grade GTX card, the last gen i7, 16GB RAM, and an NVMe SSD just over a year ago at a cheaper price. What's the selling point for these? Quality? Slim? Durability? I genuinely just want to know.
All 3. For years and years since X1 carbon was first introduced.
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