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Lenovo Thinkpad x13: 13.3'' FHD IPS FreeSync, Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U, 16GB DDR4, 128GB PCIe SSD, Fingerprint Reader, Win10H @ $1000.20 + F/S $1000.28

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  • Go to https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/lapt...TO1WWENUS0 and click on CUSTOMIZE
  • Under Processor, select AMD® Ryzen™ 7 PRO 4750U Processor (1.70 GHz, up to 4.10 GHz Max Boost, 8 Cores, 16 Threads, 8 MB Cache)
  • Under Memory, select 16 GB DDR4 3200MHz (Soldered)
  • Under Display, select 13.3" FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS, anti-glare, 300 nits
  • Under Fingerprint Reader, click on CHANGE and then select Fingerprint Reader
  • Under Keyboard, click on CHANGE and then select Backlit - US English
  • Under WWAN Selection, select WWAN (Antenna Only). This adds the antenna required for adding a LTE card
  • Click on SKIP & ADD TO CART
  • Use the coupon code THINKAUG to get the final price of $1000.20
I have not selected any higher capacity SSD as it costs more than $100 even with the coupon. You can easily replace that with your own and get 1TB capacity on that price.

SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • 13.3" 1080P 300 Nits IPS Anti-Glare Display, FreeSync
  • Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U 1.7 GHz (4.1 GHz Turbo, 12MB Cache, 8C/16T)
  • AMD VEGA 7 Graphics (1600 MHz)
  • 16GB DDR4 3200 MHz Ram (Onboard)
  • 128GB PCIe NVMe SSD
  • 720P HD WebCam (Optional IR Camera @ $27 Extra with Coupon) /w ThinkShutter
  • Fingerprint Reader
  • Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX200 802.11AX 2x2 + Bluetooth® 5.1
  • PORTS:
    • 2x USB 3.0 (1 Always on)
    • 2x USB 3.1 Type-C ((DisplayPort, Data Transfer, Power Delivery)
    • 1x Micro SD Card Reader
    • 1x HDMI 2.0
    • 1x Audio Combo Jack
    • 1x Ethernet Extension Port
  • 65W Type-C Charger
  • 48 WHr Battery
  • 2.84 lbs
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Pretty good deal, 7% cb and those lenovo rewards whatever they are.
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How is this CPU better than a "non-PRO" 4700U or 4800U?
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How is this CPU better than a "non-PRO" 4700U or 4800U?
4700u is 8core 8 thread. This is 8/16. 4800u will be slightly faster but lack some of the It management features (I think). Pro is really for device management/large deployments for corporations
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Solid laptop, got it when it was on sale few weeks back.
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How is this CPU better than a "non-PRO" 4700U or 4800U?
In terms of CPU power, 4750U and 4800U are comparable as they offer the same number of cores and threads. The 4750 is clocked slightly lower than the 4800U (1.7 vs 1.8GHz base, and 4.1 vs 4.2 1 core boost, 3.1 vs 3.2 all core boost).

The 4800U beats the 4750U when it comes to graphics, as it has Vega 8 graphics vs. the Vega 7 in the 4750U. Vega 8 is clocked about 10% faster (1.75 vs 1.6GHz) and has more shader and execution units, so you could see up to 20% faster graphics performance.

Unless you need corporate level security features (which most of us won't), I'd go for the 4800U over the 4750U....BUT, and a huge but is that the 4800U is almost impossible to find, at least in the US, so the 4750U is your best bet for now.

Another thing to keep in mind is that Intel's Tiger Lake low voltage CPUs (successor to 1065G7 etc.) are right around the corner, and based on leaked benchmarks, they offer significant jumps in instructions per clock performance over AMD (so AMD has to be clocked higher to match performance), and are not too far behind multi core. Also, Tiger Lake offers a big jump in graphics performance. So we may finally see some real competition to AMD's Renoir low voltage laptops soon. This is only for the 15W low voltage processors though. AMD will continue to trounce Intel when it comes to 45W parts (4800H vs 10750/10850).
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Solid laptop, got it when it was on sale few weeks back.
Which was how much
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Which was how much
50% off with 10% cash back, really a great deal. When I saw it, the coupon code was dead
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50% off with 10% cash back, really a great deal. When I saw it, the coupon code was dead
50% off the $1k listed? Wow.
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How is this CPU better than a "non-PRO" 4700U or 4800U?
As others has explained the difference, do note that there's no 4800u laptops you can buy in US right now, I believe the 4750u is the best CPU you can get on a lightweight laptop. There are 4800H/4800HS but they are for game laptop and will be in a much higher price range.
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If I'm spending >$1000 on a laptop, I would expect 512GB of storage...128GB is ridiculous. For business use I could maybe see 256. 128 is just not enough.
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This or the dell xps 13 9300?
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How is this CPU better than a "non-PRO" 4700U or 4800U?
Recently notebookcheck has done a review of ThinkPad T14s with the same CPU and adding SMT or Simultaneous multithreading has improved the performance by a huge margin in multithreaded workloads. They were surprised to see that the performance is not in U series level but within 10 to 20% margin of i7-10875H, a 45W tdp processor which can pull over 90W during load, while 4750U was pullingg just over 40Wvin all core loads.
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In terms of CPU power, 4750U and 4800U are comparable as they offer the same number of cores and threads. The 4750 is clocked slightly lower than the 4800U (1.7 vs 1.8GHz base, and 4.1 vs 4.2 1 core boost, 3.1 vs 3.2 all core boost).

The 4800U beats the 4750U when it comes to graphics, as it has Vega 8 graphics vs. the Vega 7 in the 4750U. Vega 8 is clocked about 10% faster (1.75 vs 1.6GHz) and has more shader and execution units, so you could see up to 20% faster graphics performance.

Unless you need corporate level security features (which most of us won't), I'd go for the 4800U over the 4750U....BUT, and a huge but is that the 4800U is almost impossible to find, at least in the US, so the 4750U is your best bet for now.

Another thing to keep in mind is that Intel's Tiger Lake low voltage CPUs (successor to 1065G7 etc.) are right around the corner, and based on leaked benchmarks, they offer significant jumps in instructions per clock performance over AMD (so AMD has to be clocked higher to match performance), and are not too far behind multi core. Also, Tiger Lake offers a big jump in graphics performance. So we may finally see some real competition to AMD's Renoir low voltage laptops soon. This is only for the 15W low voltage processors though. AMD will continue to trounce Intel when it comes to 45W parts (4800H vs 10750/10850).
The problem is that in USA, you cannot just got 4800U or any of the normal Ryzen 4000U series processor with SMT enabled, like 4600u, and the only way to get one is to go for these Ryzen Pro series. Thankfully they are not much costlier than their non-pro variants.
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