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  • Intel Core i5-1130G7 1.80GHz Quad-Core Processor
  • 13" 2160x1350 2k IPS 450-nit Display
  • 8GB LPDDR4 4267MHz Memory (Soldered)
  • 256GB PCIe Solid State Drive
  • Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX201 802.11AX 2x2 + Bluetooth 5.1
  • Backlit Keyboard + Fingerprint Reader
  • Windows 10 Pro
  • Ports:
    • 2x USB-C Thunderbolt 4
    • 1x Audio Combo Jack
  • Weight: 1.99 lbs
  • 48Wh Internal Battery

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  • This Laptop is $1499.01 less (61.98% Savings) than the list price of $2499.
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Lenovo has resumed its deals on the X1 Nano. In this case, the 8GB, 256GB storage core i5 model could be had for $950.00, and their 16GB, 1TB model could be had for $1200.00.
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90-95% of the world doesn't want a Mac.
I doubt this very much.

1) A lot of engineering applications simply aren't available for Macs. It's dominated by Windows, then Linux.

2) Too many engineers I know live and die by Excel. Add 1) to the equation and you know where they run their spreadsheets.

3) Most engineers wouldn't tolerate Apple's 'my way or the highway' mentality. Not for work and certainly not for personal use.

Fact is, Macs simply aren't taken seriously outside of coding and Starbucks. As someone else here said, I guess it could complement your iPhone, but then that shows how seriously you use your computer.

Is Apple making good computers? Definitely. Would I buy or recommend one? Hell no. Integrated SSDs, glued batteries and crappy keyboards is why I stay away from them from a hardware perspective. And why I love Lenovos. Also, I just don't like MacOS, but others may differ or be indifferent.
Got a source for that statistic or you just don't like Macs? Smilie

Different strokes for different folks. I personally work with virtualized machines and can't use the new M1, so I stick to Windows. But for folks with a Final Cut Pro or Logic workflow, or for Xcode devs, there's a place for them. Even as a lifestyle machine, if you've got an iPhone, having a MacBook to go with it is a nice seamless experience.

Fanboyism in tech needs to go extinct. We can have preferences but being all cutthroat about a product's use seems pointless.

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It can go lower me thinks. M1X right around the corner. All laptops priced $1000+ will get obliterated (nongaming).
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Wow. I just bought the 16gb/512gb version a couple days ago for $1150 before tax. This one has twice the storage AND the student discount applies. Bought one at $1040 before tax.

Guess as soon as the 512gb one gets here, I'm turning right around and handing it back to the UPS guy laugh out loud Thanks OP!
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Wow. I just bought the 16gb/512gb version a couple days ago for $1150 before tax. This one has twice the storage AND the student discount applies. Bought one at $1040 before tax.

Guess as soon as the 512gb one gets here, I'm turning right around and handing it back to the UPS guy laugh out loud Thanks OP!
Totally forgot to spend the student discount. Think it could be appended after purchase.
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Totally forgot to spend the student discount. Think it could be appended after purchase.
Honestly no idea, haven't tried to contact support after the fact. I will say that in the past, whenever I've tried to get the student discount and a coupon to apply BEFORE the purchase, the chat rep usually denied me.

I'd say buy a second one with the discount and just return the first once you get it. Lenovo gives you a prepaid UPS label and doesn't hassle you at all about why you're returning it.
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It can go lower me thinks. M1X right around the corner. All laptops priced $1000+ will get obliterated (nongaming).
90-95% of the world doesn't want a Mac.
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Wow. I just bought the 16gb/512gb version a couple days ago for $1150 before tax. This one has twice the storage AND the student discount applies. Bought one at $1040 before tax.

Guess as soon as the 512gb one gets here, I'm turning right around and handing it back to the UPS guy laugh out loud Thanks OP!

Is it 5% off with the student discount? That's what I see on the page. if the $1200 is given a 5% off, it's $60 = $1140 before tax. How did you get it to $1040?
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Is it 5% off with the student discount? That's what I see on the page. if the $1200 is given a 5% off, it's $60 = $1140 before tax. How did you get it to $1040?
It's taken off the precoupon price which I think is around $3200 (a hilariously delusional MSRP btw). So that brought mine down to $1040.
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I guess I am lucky. I tried to buy the previous deal with the 512GB SSD a few days ago but was out of stock. 50$ more for double the SSD capacity, no-brainer.

Will receive it in a few days.
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I guess I am lucky. I tried to buy the previous deal with the 512GB SSD a few days ago but was out of stock. 50$ more for double the SSD capacity, no-brainer.

Will receive it in a few days.

This is what I'm thinking. I lost out on that deal a few days ago but now this is a much better choice. I'm just researching on battery life and it's so so. I'm already using a 3 year old Lenovo that's been great for me but this one doesn't have the USB A ports I need for my astrophotography connections. I do have adapters but that may be too many repeaters/extensions as there is a limit of how many hubs you can connect (I use a 35' usb 3 extension cord). Plus the battery life on the Nano probably isn't as good as the Carbon or the other larger laptops. I need 8 to 10 hours of battery life to be able to image on remote locations without power available.
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Don't forget to purchase this through a cash back portal and if you have an Amex business card, they are crediting $25.00 for $500 spend (you'll need to add it to your offers list).
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Dang! i7 is around $1850
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This is what I'm thinking. I lost out on that deal a few days ago but now this is a much better choice. I'm just researching on battery life and it's so so. I'm already using a 3 year old Lenovo that's been great for me but this one doesn't have the USB A ports I need for my astrophotography connections. I do have adapters but that may be too many repeaters/extensions as there is a limit of how many hubs you can connect (I use a 35' usb 3 extension cord). Plus the battery life on the Nano probably isn't as good as the Carbon or the other larger laptops. I need 8 to 10 hours of battery life to be able to image on remote locations without power available.
Since it charges via USB-C you can easily use an external battery pack (you can find a 20 000mAh battery for quite cheap nowadays). I guess that it just needs to support USB-C PD (power delivery) on the 20V rail, and even if does not output sufficient current to charge it while ON, it can at least slow the rate of discharge of the Nano's internal battery (or even charge it slowly if OFF). I think this setup is the best of both worlds, acceptable internal battery setup for a lighter overall package, with the ease of using an external battery pack via USB-C for longer usage scenarios (for less than 1lb more).
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Since it charges via USB-C you can easily use an external battery pack (you can find a 20 000mAh battery for quite cheap nowadays). I guess that it just needs to support USB-C PD (power delivery) on the 20V rail, and even if does not output sufficient current to charge it while ON, it can at least slow the rate of discharge of the Nano's internal battery (or even charge it slowly if OFF). I think this setup is the best of both worlds, acceptable internal battery setup for a lighter overall package, with the ease of using an external battery pack via USB-C for longer usage scenarios (for less than 1lb more).

Yeah. This is what I already do with my Lenovo 720S. I have two USB C external batteries with USB PD and I can do an overnight session out in the mountain or desert from 8pm to almost 6am before light but one external battery along with the laptop will drain. I wanted to switch from my 720S since it has an MX150 dedicated graphics and thought one with an integrated would be longer battery life. I compared and this one is rated at 14 hours while the one I already own is rated 15 hours even with the dedicated card. I may wait a little longer and maybe go for a carbon. This nano is real tiny and it would probably turn heads, but I would be a hypocrit to get this since I criticize people who buy macbooks only to get attention LMAO
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