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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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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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I bought c940 4k version last week when bb open box deals were there. If great notebook but fan continuous making noise. Not sure is it the issue with 4k model or not. Any one has issues with fan in these models? How this c940 can be compared with HP ENVY? can you help to choose which one to keep and which one to return? HP charges restocking fee
Have purchased c940, both FHD and UHD. Did some research given the same concern for Fan noise /rapidly draining battery which is more with UHD. I was really impressed with screen brightness and and color gamut with UHD one, but I can't handle the noise or the battery drain. So, I ended up returning the UDH one and kept FHD one. Search C940 4k /UHD fan /temperature issue. You will find so many posts..
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Have purchased c940, both FHD and UHD. Did some research given the same concern for Fan noise /rapidly draining battery which is more with UHD. I was really impressed with screen brightness and and color gamut with UHD one, but I can't handle the noise or the battery drain. So, I ended up returning the UDH one and kept FHD one. Search C940 4k /UHD fan /temperature issue. You will find so many posts..
Thank you. Let me try. However I already purchased HP envy 13.3 with high end specs. I'm not getting which is better model
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If you change this laptop to have the 4k option is it worth around 900, open box, or not?
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If you change this laptop to have the 4k option is it worth around 900, open box, or not?
Not at all. Think the 4k were selling for low $700s as open box satisfactory recently.
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Not at all. Think the 4k were selling for low $700s as open box satisfactory recently.
Thanks.

People are talking about waiting for new standards to come out. That's fine and all, as it lowers the price on the older specs, but at the same time, you are also behind the latest standard at that point, and your specs are now even older.
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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?
Did you get lenovo to update ur warranty to full 1 yr. I did not get mine on the 4k one after calling so returned. Can you please forward that link where to apply. Got one to try again this time.
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Did you get lenovo to update ur warranty to full 1 yr. I did not get mine on the 4k one after calling so returned. Can you please forward that link where to apply. Got one to try again this time.
Yes, should be no problem getting Lenovo to reset your warranty to your purchase date.
https://support.lenovo.com/us/en/...ranty-date
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Does the credit card warranty support the open box products for second year ?
I had got this ryzen 5 laptop for $600 from Amazon https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/14516954
can anyone help me.if c940 anyway better , I see the ram is 12gb compared to 26gb but not sure overall?
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Mine had an active pen 2 in the box
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Does the credit card warranty support the open box products for second year ?
I had got this ryzen 5 laptop for $600 from Amazon https://slickdeals.net/share/android_app/t/14516954
can anyone help me.if c940 anyway better , I see the ram is 12gb compared to 26gb but not sure overall?
1) your ryzen 5 4500u has:
- more, faster RAM
- faster cpu & gfx (+15%)
- lower price (unless open box)

2) this i7-1065g7 has:
- more ssd (+256gb)
- better battery (+2-4hrs)
- pen stored in device
- better build quality
- lower weight (10%)
- better wifi

You gotta prioritize what your think is important. If you're happy with the Lenovo, are the upgrades/downgrades worth it?
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Good product, Horrible customer service.
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Thanks for posting this. Getting one.

Can anyone recommend a docking station for this? Should I get a thunderbolt docking station?
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Thanks for posting this. Getting one.

Can anyone recommend a docking station for this? Should I get a thunderbolt docking station?
Any USB-C docking works. I used Lenovo USB-C Gen 2 docking.

its all what ports you wanted and how portable you want.. it starts around $20 (at amazon aukey, ugreen etc..) to branded like Lenovo/HP upto $200+.


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where do you see the open box option?
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I'm seeing the following open-box for $850
Lenovo - Yoga C940 2-in-1 15.6" Touch-Screen Laptop - Intel Core i7 - 16GB Memory - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 - 512GB SSD - Iron Gray
9th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-9750H mobile processor
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