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How is this laptop, compared with the recent Yoga C940 deal from Best Buy (https://slickdeals.net/f/14110748-lenovo-yoga-c940-2-in-1-14-intel-core-i7-12gb-memory-512gb-ssd-iron-gray-999?src=catpagev2) at $999, or the 4K version at $1299?
It seems that the battery life of X1 carbon is much better than that of Yoga C940. How about other aspects? For student/business/office, no real gaming but a good graphic card is definitely useful!
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The Yoga C940 keyboard is not responsive. Also you have to factor in the weight, this laptop is lighter.
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If the Extreme could come down in price to around $11-1200 with that 1650 card it would be the ultimate road warrior.
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wifi 5, older 10th gen i5 cpu. not acceptable at this price point.
It is not older processors bro do not spread misinformation. It is more power efficient and with intel UHD grafics.
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How is this laptop, compared with the recent Yoga C940 deal from Best Buy (https://slickdeals.net/f/14110748-lenovo-yoga-c940-2-in-1-14-intel-core-i7-12gb-memory-512gb-ssd-iro... at $999, or the 4K version at $1299?
It seems that the battery life of X1 carbon is much better than that of Yoga C940. How about other aspects? For student/business/office, no real gaming but a good graphic card is definitely useful!
They're targeted at totally different audiences. X1 Carbon is a business-class laptop, fantastic build quality, super light, best-in-class keyboard, great battery life. (I'm writing this on an X1 Carbon gen 7, which I purchased on an earlier deal a few weeks ago.) The Yoga is a consumer 2-in-1. For the uses you describe, the X1 Carbon is better IMHO, it's very likely to last longer and be more reliable. 4K screen is of very little utility on a display this size, and there's a penalty in battery life.
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wifi 5, older 10th gen i5 cpu. not acceptable at this price point.
The X1 Carbon has never been about specs or benchmarks; you can get these same specs for a lot less. But you won't get the same build quality, portability, and keyboard. BTW wifi 5 vs 6 is irrelevant unless you have a super-fast internet connection AND a Wifi 6 router. Even then, just buy the Intel Wifi 6 card for $20, it's easy to open up the X1C and swap that out.
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The X1 Carbon has never been about specs or benchmarks; you can get these same specs for a lot less. But you won't get the same build quality, portability, and keyboard. BTW wifi 5 vs 6 is irrelevant unless you have a super-fast internet connection AND a Wifi 6 router. Even then, just buy the Intel Wifi 6 card for $20, it's easy to open up the X1C and swap that out.
i've been a thinkpad user for 7 years. i threw it away, stepped on it, and tried to destroy it. that thing just doesn't want to die. i still love it and it works amazingly well. but i'm gonna buy a new one. and i know i'm gonna use it for another 6-7 years. so i'm not gonna skim on spec.
btw my old thinkpad doesn't allow any wifi card because lenovo has a bad habit of making a whitelist and not allow unauthorized wifi cards. if its not the case in newer model, then sure go ahead and buy.
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Warning: once you are used to the x1c build quality, there's no going back! Hope they start making Ryzen ones!
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i've been a thinkpad user for 7 years. i threw it away, stepped on it, and tried to destroy it. that thing just doesn't want to die. i still love it and it works amazingly well. but i'm gonna buy a new one. and i know i'm gonna use it for another 6-7 years. so i'm not gonna skim on spec.
btw my old thinkpad doesn't allow any wifi card because lenovo has a bad habit of making a whitelist and not allow unauthorized wifi cards. if its not the case in newer model, then sure go ahead and buy.
I think the whitelisting has largely gone away. I noticed it with Lenovo desktops and laptops from around the mid-2010s, but later ones seem not to have it.
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Great machine, but Intel
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wifi 5, older 10th gen i5 cpu. not acceptable at this price point.
irrelevant meaningless spec blabbling.
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