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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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Thank u for your insight, the Dell is acting up weird since first day. Just opening up edge on brand new laptop is crashing the the whole operating system. This happens multiple times. When I run dell diagnostic it says checking and completely crashes and restarts. Had to reinstall os from scratch same issue after 1 week of use. Have not installed a single program yet.
Generally:

CPU power: Yoga 6 (4650) > 940 (1065G7) > Dell 7000 (1135G7)
iGPU-wise: Dell (Xe) > Yoga 6 (Vega) > 940 (Iris Plus)
Screen: 940 > Dell = Yoga 6
Build: 940 > Dell > Yoga 6

Pick your poison.
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Quote from makaveddie :
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?
Thank you !
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Quote from Slee_Stack :
Generally:

CPU power: Yoga 6 (4650) > 940 (1065G7) > Dell 7000 (1135G7)
iGPU-wise: Dell (Xe) > Yoga 6 (Vega) > 940 (Iris Plus)
Screen: 940 > Dell = Yoga 6
Build: 940 > Dell > Yoga 6

Pick your poison.
Thank you your Comparison is really true from my use case. Had all three at one time. C940-UHD. Was heating up bad so returned. Still have one open box pending Christmas gift and now this. Plan to keep lenovo yoga 6 and this one if all in good condition when I pick up tomorrow. Dell is giving hard time convincing because of the constant issues since day 1. Only thing holding me up the Dell has full warranty vs this which may have none or few months left as per prior purchases and returns. The Dell support assist may be the culprit killing the system more than anything I beleive. Forums all over suggest a clean install which did not help with my issue otherwise liked it a lot. Lenovo c940-UHD apart from battery was great working laptop though the few times I tested it.
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Just ordered - open box satisfactory for 530$ Hopefully it is not too broken inside.
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Got one for 522. Super deal for a nice laptop. Here's hoping it is in good shape when I pick it up tomorrow.
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Picked one up today, it was listed as "satisfactory condition". Very happy, it looks 99% brand new. I check the warranty and it had 10 months left, hoping to get the 2 extra months added from Lenovo.

Thanks again OP, nice deal.
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I picked up a satisfactory one from my Bestbuy today for $520. The laptop itself is pristine, so it's probably not a floor model. Missing charger (but USB-C, so I can limp along), pen included. On the other hand, it's ancient; warranty was activated in October 2019... Not sure where this computer has been sitting for the last 15 months. Anyway, it replaces a surface pro 3, and I'll be cancelling my order for a Thinkpad T14 (placed back in the November sales and still not shipped.) I'm giving up my 16GB RAM with open slot, thinkpad keyboard, and AMD processor for $300 savings and the touchscreen+pen+form factor. I pretty much discount the warranty because in my life I've only ever used one a single time (and that was actually out of warranty period, but serviced because LG had been taken to task for making such a POS phone.)
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Which is a better deal??

Yoga C941 i7/10thgen/12GBRam "satisfactory" for $521
(Or)
Yoga 9i i7/11thgen/16GBRam "excellent" for 917
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I got one yesterday for $521. Got pen and original charger both, condition was perfect, I cannot tell if this laptop was used before. The packing was very flimsy buy other than that there is nothing to complain. It's as good as new except for the box. Very pleased so far.
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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?
I did the exact same thing on that day, L🤣L. The pen was extremely difficult to remove from the hole. So I went to a different location hoping for better luck but that one has scratches so I asked for a pen replacement. Now all seems to work well. The original warranty has expired, but they said they will still honor 1 year warranty since my purchase date. I am still struggling whether I should take their extended warranty. Is it worth it for $260 for three years? It's almost half of the laptop.
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Quote from victory.varun :
Which is a better deal??

Yoga C941 i7/10thgen/12GBRam "satisfactory" for $521
(Or)
Yoga 9i i7/11thgen/16GBRam "excellent" for 917
It's really up to what you need it for and how you value $400 Smilie. If 12gb ram is enough for you for the next three years, you could go with the c940. The 9i is not a big step up from the c940. But you will need to find a satisfactory one near you.
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I picked up a satisfactory one from my Bestbuy today for $520. The laptop itself is pristine, so it's probably not a floor model. Missing charger (but USB-C, so I can limp along), pen included. On the other hand, it's ancient; warranty was activated in October 2019... Not sure where this computer has been sitting for the last 15 months. Anyway, it replaces a surface pro 3, and I'll be cancelling my order for a Thinkpad T14 (placed back in the November sales and still not shipped.) I'm giving up my 16GB RAM with open slot, thinkpad keyboard, and AMD processor for $300 savings and the touchscreen+pen+form factor. I pretty much discount the warranty because in my life I've only ever used one a single time (and that was actually out of warranty period, but serviced because LG had been taken to task for making such a POS phone.)
Ppl are saying u file a ticket and lenovo will give u a new 1 year warranty
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Anyone is paying for the 3 year geek squard warranty?
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Quote from victory.varun :
Which is a better deal??

Yoga C941 i7/10thgen/12GBRam "satisfactory" for $521
(Or)
Yoga 9i i7/11thgen/16GBRam "excellent" for 917
I had this exact debate. 9i processor is a huge step up (especially the graphics, which allows you to play most pc games at low settings), but I couldn't get myself to justify the massive price increase... Almost double!

Went with c940. It's a beautiful laptop.
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Had a store cancelled my order. What are the chances that an employee took it for itselft.

Anyway, trying another store and I have not heard anything yet.....
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