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Lenovo Yoga C940 2-in-1 14" Touch-Screen Laptop Intel Core i7 12GB Memory 512GB Solid State Drive Iron Gray 81Q9002GUS - $949.99

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Open box from $502. I got a satisfactory condition for $521. I think it's a pretty good deal.

Lenovo Yoga C940 Convertible 2-in-1 Laptop: Increase productivity while working with this Lenovo Yoga laptop. The Intel Core i7-1065G7 processor and 12GB of RAM offer solid performance for working with multiple windows seamlessly, while the 512GB SSD offers fast data access times, letting you access saved documents easily. This Lenovo Yoga laptop has 14-inch Full HD capacitative display with 10-point multi-touch operation for detailed visuals and effortless typing.

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Very nice deal. I purchased an open box satisfactory on 12/17 for $599. No pen or charger (I had an OEM charger from my last laptop so didn't really need), but otherwise excellent shape.

Not sure I'd risk switching to save $80 when I have one that I know works well. I presume I could still return the 12/17 one with their extended holiday return period, is that right? Would Best Buy do price reduction? Do I have to go through the web, where I made the purchase or the store (which doesn't have any open box units currently) for a price reduction?
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They won't price match after purchase like on a new item. Youd have to buy a new one and hope it's better than the last. I tried. 2nd one had bad flashlighting in the corner. 1st is perfect so keeping it for $70ish more
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I tried 5 bestbuys open box laptops from geek squad certified to satisfsxtory and all were bad except last one where they sent me a brand new one by mistake.
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That's a lot of laptop for $500-$600. I have the c920 and LOVE it. May need to upgrade
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I tried 5 bestbuys open box laptops from geek squad certified to satisfsxtory and all were bad except last one where they sent me a brand new one by mistake.
Satisfactory and fair are completely hit and miss. I've had multiple that are flawless, basically just opened and missing a box, to ones that are covered in sticky goop and dust. Really just depends on the store/quantity. The perfect 'satisfactory' I just got was from a store that has multiples. Sucks that an open box certified (in this case, still a good deal) would be anything less than pristine though Frown

At least their return policy is pretty no hassle
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Satisfactory and fair are completely hit and miss. I've had multiple that are flawless, basically just opened and missing a box, to ones that are covered in sticky goop and dust. Really just depends on the store/quantity. The perfect 'satisfactory' I just got was from a store that has multiples. Sucks that an open box certified (in this case, still a good deal) would be anything less than pristine though Frown

At least their return policy is pretty no hassle
I am solely talking about laptops. I have had better lucks with other items that's why I gave it one more try and they sent a brand new one by mistake.
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This seems like a great deal if you get a good Satisfactory one.

I bought a satisfactory Spectre X360 14t and it came pristine with everything in the box.

I had previously bought a satisfactory Zenbook and that came very clean and with everything as well. I've had good luck thus far with BB.

If the Spectre wasn't so damned gorgeous...fit, finish, and screen...I would likely get this 940 instead. Its $500 cheaper. I'm still tempted. Even with a 10th gen and middling iGPU...it seems a helluva deal.
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I have the iron gray C930 and it was awesome the first year, then it started acting up. Guess the 1 year warranty works out...for the Corp 😒
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Nice machine but way too much at this point for 12gb ram, last gen + cpu, and FHD. (Regardless if fhd is someones "preference" doesnt make the deal/value any better)

Esp when last few weeks BB had the open box sale, these and their higher end 4k / 16gb variants were selling dirt cheap open box and maybe even the newer gen yogas were available lower than this if i remember

The open box deals is where its at for this particular line/model and has been mainly since they were released. Only a few times were brand new priced right or at a "deal" price

Check out the 740's too those were also in the mix for great open box (and maybe even new condition ) and they are very similar build and beauty
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Nice machine but way too much at this point for 12gb ram, last gen + cpu, and FHD. (Regardless if fhd is someones "preference" doesnt make the deal/value any better)

Esp when last few weeks BB had the open box sale, these and their higher end 4k / 16gb variants were selling dirt cheap open box and maybe even the newer gen yogas were available lower than this if i remember

The open box deals is where its at for this particular line/model and has been mainly since they were released. Only a few times were brand new priced right or at a "deal" price

Check out the 740's too those were also in the mix for great open box (and maybe even new condition ) and they are very similar build and beauty
C740 open boxes are more expensive at the moment.
The 940 is the way to go if you want one now.
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$711 for a GeekSquad Certified Open-Box is a slick deal. In for 1.
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The C940 at the local BB is a display model which has been out for an undetermined amount of time. Priced at $521. I know these open box deals can be a crap shoot but does being on for an extended period create additional problems? (I'm trying to convince myself to buy it Smilie ).
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The C940 at the local BB is a display model which has been out for an undetermined amount of time. Priced at $521. I know these open box deals can be a crap shoot but does being on for an extended period create additional problems? (I'm trying to convince myself to buy it Smilie ).
I would stay away from display models.
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Typing on the c940 that i just picked up.
Open Box - Satisfactory - $522 + tax & recycling = $572
Perfect Condition, includes pen and charger, 5 months left on the warranty.

Surprised that the form factor feels a bit thicker than my c920. I think i'll keep it for the extra performance and move my 920 for ~400-500 on CL.
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