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Lenovo Thinkpad T14: 14'' FHD 400 Nits IPS, Ryzen 7 4750U, 16GB DDR4, 128GB PCIe SSD, IR & Fingerprint Reader, Win10H @ $1035.10 + F/S

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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) [This is the soldered memory which can be configured up to 16GB]
  • Under Selectable Memory, make sure None is selected. [Alternatively, you can select 8GB in Memory and 8GB in Selectable Memory for out of the box Dual Channel configuration]
  • Under Display, select 14.0" FHD (1920 x 1080) IPS, anti-glare, low power, 400 nits
  • The above option will also Auto select IR & 720p HD, under Camera
  • Under Fingerprint Reader, click on CHANGE and then select Fingerprint Reader
  • Under Keyboard, click on CHANGE and then select Backlit - US English
  • Click on SKIP & ADD TO CART and use the coupon THINK45 to get the final price of $1035.10
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  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • 14" 1080P IPS Anti-Glare 400 Nits Low Powered Display, 72% NTSC
  • Ryzen 7 Pro 4750U 1.7 GHz (8C/16T, 4.1 GHz Turbo, 12MB Cache)
  • AMD VEGA 7 (1600 MHz)
  • 16GB Soldered DDR4 + Empty Slot / 8GB solderd + 8GB DDR4 3200 MHz Ram
  • 128GB PCIe NVMe SSD
  • Fingerprint Reader
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • IR & 720P HD WebCam /w Windows Hello & Think Shutter
  • Internal Antena for 4G LTE modem
  • Intel WiFi 6 AX200 2x2 + Bluetooth 5.1
  • PORTS:
    • 2x USB 3.0 Type-A (1 always on)
    • 2x USB 3.1 Type-C (DisplayPort 1.4[5K@60Hz], Data Transfer, Power Delivery)
    • 1x HDMI 2.0
    • 1x Micro SD Card Reader
    • 1x RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet
    • 1x Audio Combo Jack
  • 65W Type-C Adapter
  • 50 WHr battery
  • 3.23 lbs.
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rp15? legion 5?? I'm not a gamer what are you suggesting those for?
You don't need those. The 500 nits screen is called a Privacy Guard screen which can reduce the viewing angle of the display, when enabled, to protect your security. Technically you can turn it off to make it work like a normal 500 nits display. However, in practical, this feature can never be fully turned off, resulting some grain over the display and hence degrading image quality and contrast.
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You don't need those. The 500 nits screen is called a Privacy Guard screen which can reduce the viewing angle of the display, when enabled, to protect your security. Technically you can turn it off to make it work like a normal 500 nits display. However, in practical, this feature can never be fully turned off, resulting some grain over the display and hence degrading image quality and contrast.
Could you comment on the 300 nit touchscreen?

I plan on having this docked most of the time, so I would not be using the laptop screen very often. Would it be able to support 3 24" monitors at 1080p through a USB-C dock?

While I will be mainly using this for coding, I may do some video editing. Thoughts about that use case.

Thanks.
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Could you comment on the 300 nit touchscreen?

I plan on having this docked most of the time, so I would not be using the laptop screen very often. Would it be able to support 3 24" monitors at 1080p through a USB-C dock?

While I will be mainly using this for coding, I may do some video editing. Thoughts about that use case.

Thanks.
The 300 Nits Touchscreen is having very poor color gamut, 45% NTSC, around 59% sRGB and 40% Adobe RGB. So, the colors look washed out and it is not suitable for any Photo and Video Editing work. Now if you're using external display and can live with that poor color gamut in the Laptop display, I think you can save the money.
The Type-C port is not Thunderbolt 3 and it will not support 3 100P display natively. As per my knowledge, it can support two, one using the HDMI port and another using the Type-C. Now, there are some costlier Type-C docks which can allow you to connect to two different displays running at 1080P but you have to look for those kind of docks or Hubs.
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rp15? legion 5?? I'm not a gamer what are you suggesting those for?
You will probably be connecting it to the several displays. Both encoding and driving more than one display needs extra gpu power. So in your case using a dgpu is a better choice.
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The 300 Nits Touchscreen is having very poor color gamut, 45% NTSC, around 59% sRGB and 40% Adobe RGB. So, the colors look washed out and it is not suitable for any Photo and Video Editing work. Now if you're using external display and can live with that poor color gamut in the Laptop display, I think you can save the money.
The Type-C port is not Thunderbolt 3 and it will not support 3 100P display natively. As per my knowledge, it can support two, one using the HDMI port and another using the Type-C. Now, there are some costlier Type-C docks which can allow you to connect to two different displays running at 1080P but you have to look for those kind of docks or Hubs.
I have this dock [amazon.com].

EUASOO Docking Station USB-C 4K Quadruple Display Universal Laptop Docking Station for MacBook and Windows (3 HDMI, VGA, Gigabit Ethernet, USB-C 3.0, 87W PD and 4 USB Ports), Triple Display for macOS
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was about to order but shipping in 5 weeks... nah
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you can get 16GB soldered ram (one empty slot) and same everything else for $900 thru perks@work
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you can get 16GB soldered ram (one empty slot) and same everything else for $900 thru perks@work
What the hell... I just got a $824.40 total through my old job's Perks at Work account with the 4750U, 16 GB soldered, and 400 nit screen. Is this right?
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What the hell... I just got a $824.40 total through my old job's Perks at Work account with the 4750U, 16 GB soldered, and 400 nit screen. Is this right?
yes, my quote included 500nit screen.
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yes, my quote included 500nit screen.
Excellent - don't need a laptop, but I think this is an amazing price. Too bad these new Ryzen laptops don't have QHD/4k screens.
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Really want to order one. But the wait time of 5 weeks is just so long...
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128gb and 1080p? no thanks
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Am looking for non touch display screen. Which Nits should I buy? Sorry am not much familiar with screen configs
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Am looking for non touch display screen. Which Nits should I buy? Sorry am not much familiar with screen configs
If you want outdoor visibility and high quality panel, choose the 400 nits option which I have also used in this particular configuration.
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128gb and 1080p? no thanks
1080p is actually not THAT bad. I thought I needed the 1440p. But I saw the screen on my wife's new laptop the dell precision 7xxx (from her company). It actually look pretty good. I still want 1440p but I wonder if it will be too small. Plus they are hard to find.
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