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Lenovo ThinkPad P14s G3 (2022): 14" 4K+ IPS Touch, i7-1260p, T550 4GB, 32GB DDR4, 1TB SSD $1576.05

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  • 14" WQUXGA (3840x2400) 16:10, 60Hz, 500 nits, Dolby Vision HDR 400, 100% DCI-P3, Anti-Reflective/Matte IPS Touch Display
  • Core i7-1260P (4P+8E)/16T CPU (4.7 GHz Boost, 18MB cache)
  • Nvidia T550 4GB GDD6 Graphics, 30W TGP
  • 32GB (16GB Soldered + 16GB DIMM) 3200 MHz DDR4 RAM
  • 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD
  • Windows 11 Pro
  • Backlit Keyboard
  • IR & 1080p Webcam with Windows Hello, Privacy Shutter
  • Fingerprint Reader
  • Stereo speakers, Dolby Audio
  • Intel AX211 Wi-Fi 6E 2x2 + Bluetooth 5.2
  • 57 Whr battery
  • 2.73 lbs
  • Model: 21AK0047US
  • Ports:
    • 2x USB-A 3.2 Gen 1 (one Always On)
    • 2x Thunderbolt 4 / USB4 40Gbps / USB-C 3.2 Gen 2 (support data transfer, Power Delivery 3.0 and DisplayPort 1.4)
    • 1x HDMI 2.1 TMDS
    • 1x Ethernet (RJ-45)
    • 1x Headphone / microphone combo jack (3.5mm)
    • 1x Security keyhole

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This is not a gaming laptop. I repeat. This is not a gaming laptop.

We got a Few of this model (older) at work. They are beast workstation. Admins loves them
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The AMD version of this (whenever it is released) would be awesome. No need for the battery draining discrete GPU with AMD's RDNA2 graphics, plus faster DDR4 memory would be amazing. The 6850u is also more efficient, so the 57Wh battery will last longer. Looks like they have a T14s Gen 3 AMD, but no P14s Gen 3 AMD yet.
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The AMD version of this (whenever it is released) would be awesome. No need for the battery draining discrete GPU with AMD's RDNA2 graphics, plus faster DDR4 memory would be amazing. The 6850u is also more efficient, so the 57Wh battery will last longer. Looks like they have a T14s Gen 3 AMD, but no P14s Gen 3 AMD yet.
i need thunderbolt 4.
this is enough reason to pick this one.
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thanks for this
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ships in 3+ months. Frown
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This was a good teaser for me. Need a 14" laptop for my daughter going to college but under $1000 would be less painful. 16gb Ram and 512 SSD. Feel free to recommend something. Thanks guys for all of your posts.
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Good specs but 60hz screen Frown
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This was a good teaser for me. Need a 14" laptop for my daughter going to college but under $1000 would be less painful. 16gb Ram and 512 SSD. Feel free to recommend something. Thanks guys for all of your posts.
Take a look at this:
https://slickdeals.net/f/15882805-acer-spin-3-laptop-i7-1165g7-13-3-2560x1600-16gb-ram-512gb-ssd-649-free-s-h?v=1
16GB LPDDR4X / 512GB NVMe / 13.3" 2560x1600 IPS Touch / i7 1165G7 / Fingerprint Reader / Active Stylus
$649
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Why does a college student need something with those specs? It's overkill. 256gb and 8GB is more then enough. Web surfing and simple note taking. Unless you're telling me she's doing video and photo processing. Even a CS student won't need something with 16GB.
Engineering classes can require some heavy software like AutoCAD and Matlab.
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Engineering classes can require some heavy software like AutoCAD and Matlab.
If you're truly running autocad you need a dedicated GPU. Reccomended requirements are 4gb gpu. You don't need more then 8gb of ram for matlab.

Both softwares are generally in computer labs especially autocad as its hardware intensive. There's also the fact autocad costs like 2k annually which makes it seem unlikely OP will be looking for a computer that can run autocad.
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If you're truly running autocad you need a dedicated GPU. Reccomended requirements are 4gb gpu. You don't need more then 8gb of ram for matlab.

Both softwares are generally in computer labs especially autocad as its hardware intensive. There's also the fact autocad costs like 2k annually which makes it seem unlikely OP will be looking for a computer that can run autocad.
Recommended Systems Specifications for A. James Clark School of Engineering
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Processor: Intel Core i7 (or greater)
Memory: 16GB (or greater)
Storage: 512GB SSD
Warranty: 3 or 4-year
Other requirements: Large External Monitor
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Students and educators can get free one-year educational access to Autodesk products and services, renewable as long as you remain eligible.

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has anyone confirmed if this has the Trackpoint issue plaguing modern ThinkPads?

a small sample of impacted models where the red dot mouse AKA trackpoint stops working:

ThinkPad P14s Gen 2 / 1, P15s Gen 2, T14 Gen 2, T15 Gen 2, P15v Gen 3, T15p Gen 3
P1 Gen 2, X1 Extreme Gen 2 / Gen 3, P15, P17, E series, L series, X13 Yoga series

Pretty much every popular Lenovo ThinkPad model is impacted. This issue persisted >1.5 yrs before Lenovo released a partial fix, which has not fully resolved the issue.

see thread:
https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/Thin...438?page=1

Be weary of buying any new Thinkpads as Lenovo's QA has gone to crap... I say this as a ThinkPad user for over a decade with several models, looking for a replacement
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ships in 3+ months. Frown
it won't.
i have bought enough thinkpad over the years (including one last year with 3070 chip when the chip shortage was the worst), i always get them in about 2 or 3 weeks despite the estimate always says 2 to 3 month.
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