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Lenovo has the 13" 2-in1 ThinkPad C13 Yoga Chromebook (20UXS06800) on sale for $149 w/ promo code THINKC13EXTRA. Shipping is free.

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Specs:
  • 13.3" FHD 300-nits IPS Touchscreen (1920 x 1080)
  • AMD Athlon Gold 3150C Processor (2.40 GHz up to 3.30 GHz)
  • 4GB DDR4 2400MHz
  • 32GB eMMC
  • Integrated AMD Radeon Graphics
  • Lenovo USI Pen
  • RealTek Wireless RTL8822CE 2x2 AC & Bluetooth 5.0
  • Operating System: Google Chrome
  • Ports:
    • 2 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-A
    • HDMI 2.0
    • MicroSD card reader
    • Headphone / mic combo
    • 2 x USB 3.2 Gen 1 Type-C (DP 1.4)
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2nd model is back (without fingerprint reader).

https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/p/la...20uxs06800

Use code THINKC13EXTRA

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ThinkPad C13 2 in 1 Chromebook

Visa Cardholders (and college students or some employees with special pricing) have access to a discounted price on their affiliate store. The regular Lenovo non-affiliate site has these for an outrageous $589. Special pricing site offers the same unit for $149.

Pricing requires eCoupon C13YOGADEAL. I could not stack the BTS2022 or 5% ID.me verified discount.

Part Number 20UXS06900* (there are two part numbers, the same except one has fingerprint reader, other does not)

Features
13.3" Chromebook lightweight 2-in-1
Powered by AMD Ryzen™ & Chrome Enterprise
Personalized with unique cloud-based profiles
Processor : AMD Athlon™ Gold 3150C Processor (2.40 GHz up to 3.30 GHz)
Operating System : Google Chrome
Graphics : Integrated AMD Radeon™ Graphics
Memory : 4 GB DDR4 2400MHz (Soldered)
Storage : 32 GB eMMC
Display : 13.3" FHD (1920 x 1080), IPS, Anti-Glare, Touch, 72%NTSC, 300 nits, LED Backlight, Narrow Bezel
Camera : 720P HD with ThinkShutter
Pen : Lenovo USI Pen
Fingerprint Reader : Fingerprint Reader [ONLY part number 20UXS06900]
Keyboard : Backlit, Black - English (US)
WLAN : RealTek Wireless RTL8822CE 2x2 AC & Bluetooth® 5.0
Warranty : 1 Year Courier or Carry-in

General Notes:
  • Onboard RAM and HD not upgradable.
  • MicroSD slot for additional storage.
  • Includes ThinkPad pen (Garaged)
  • 2 in 1 design with TrackPoint (red dot)
  • 16:9 1920x1080p screen
While this isn't the most powerful, biggest memory or HD, for the ThinkPad build quality and basic needs, it would be a good travel Chromebook or throw in your backpack Chromebook. When you look at this compared to the recent sub $200 deals, this seems to be a great value. Double the price of the $79 Best Buy Chromebook from last week and you get a 2 in 1, FHD, and bigger screen.

Past deals for very similar specs on SD:Pay very close attention to what model you put in your cart - they look nearly identical. Took a while for me to notice that the only difference is the 6900 model has a fingerprint sensor. Not sure how helpful that is with the Chrome OS but if it's the same price, I would spend the extra 5 seconds reading carefully to get the fingerprint reader.

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https://www.lenovo.com/us/members...ardholders

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Last Edited by dealseeker7 | Staff August 24, 2022 at 03:42 PM
8/19...~645 pm PST..6800 is back...run !!
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8/18.lasted a few hours. looks to be dead on Lenovo site.
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It looks like it's available on Lenovo's site as well.

https://www.lenovo.com/us/en/p/la...20uxs06800
$149 + free s/h with promo code THINKC13EXTRA

Update 8/24/2022 by SD Staff. We have checked with Lenovo and they plan on fulfilling all of these orders. They're getting more in stock and plan on shipping them once they have them.
Questions & Answers BETA
madamd asked this question on 08-22-2022 at 01:54 PM
08-22-2022 at 03:03 PM
No one has added an m2 - there's no connector as shown here: https://www.reddit.com/r/computers/comments/vk1z7z/is_this_m2_slot_usable_it_doesnt_have_the/ (that same user was asking about it here: https://www.reddit.com/r/thinkpad/comments/vjvz3o/can_anyone_confirm_if_c13_yoga_chromebook_has_a/).

With this model you're stuck with eMMC storage and the microsd card. The other Ryzen models of the C13 have an m.2 storage slot, just the Athlon Gold versions don't.
09-07-2022 at 11:28 AM
It's a bummer that M.2 is not populated on the motherboard, however I have to say that the drive is eMMC is't quite fast.
09-07-2022 at 11:31 AM
Can the keyboard backlight be turned off? This laptop does not have the fn key so fn+ space does not work, obviously.
09-08-2022 at 09:17 PM
Use Alt + brightness keys
yasya.tor asked this question on 08-17-2022 at 02:04 PM
08-17-2022 at 02:04 PM
Just tell them it crashes too often with Zoom and you cannot use it for your intended purposes. Should not be any fees for returning a defective product. lol
08-18-2022 at 03:08 PM
No. I returned a laptop to Lenovo.com last year. No restocking fees. They covered return shipping too.
MissSkylerBlue asked this question on 08-17-2022 at 02:05 PM
08-17-2022 at 02:05 PM
This is a chromeobook. Your school district likely has set up separate parental controls on the school issued computers, so you will likely need to install one on your own or use the controls you can get through Google's Family Link: https://families.google.com/familylink/
09-07-2022 at 11:27 AM
Just got it and, although I've never used it, welcome screen asks if I'd like to login with child account.
sandangel asked this question on 09-02-2022 at 11:08 AM
09-02-2022 at 11:08 AM
thinkc13extra
GAKteam asked this question on 09-20-2022 at 11:50 AM
09-20-2022 at 11:50 AM
I dont believe this is a cellular laptop
whiskershire_sauce asked this question on 09-21-2022 at 11:25 AM
09-21-2022 at 11:25 AM
not according to benchmark
https://cpu-benchmark.org/compare/amd-athlon-gold-3150c/intel-core-m3-8100y/

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I have this laptop in this exact configuration. It is full aluminum, thinkpad keyboard with track point, and decently readable in bright sunlight at 300 nits. It does start lagging if you have 5+ tabs open in Chrome and the 32 gb storage is pretty limiting - I put in a 128 gb SD card. There is no m.2 slot - the only integrated memory is non upgradeable eMMC.
Even though SanDisk offers a "Chromebook version", I couldn't tell the difference, so I just ordered this one:
https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/pr...20mbs.html

I've been in IT for 30+ years and have have been a Windows guy since v3.1. My phone has always been Android-based, but this is my first Chromebook. So far, I'm very impressed -- especially for the price!

Likes:
+ Solid build, durable.
+ At 3 pounds, 3 oz, it's much lighter than my other laptop -- by 5 pounds.
+ Touchscreen isn't a gimmick. Comes in very handy.
+ Great max brightness indoors (have not tested outside yet).
+ Physical shutter cover for webcam.
+ Perfect for travel.
+ Long battery life.
+ Trackpoint (the litle red nub on the keyboard) is great if/when you are wearing gloves.
+ ThinkPad's legendary keyboard.
+ The price. Smilie

Dislikes:
- Can't use the fingerprint reader when first powering up from a shut down state, but this is a Chrome OS thing, not a Lenovo thing
- Can't easily put anything like widgets or icons on the desktop without a 3rd party app. All I have up is wallpaper. Another Chrome OS thing.
- There is no right-click mouse button on the bottom right corner of the touchpad like on my Lenovo Legion 5 Pro. You have to use the physical trackpad's button. The entire touchpad is left-click only.
- The three physical buttons at the top of the trackpad feel a bit mushy and loose.
- DId not come with "world facing camera" for some reason.
- The built-in speakers are god awful, but that's to be expected on something this size. Stick with hard-wired or Bluetooth headphones/speakers.
- Tablet mode is cool and all, but holding a 3 1/4 pound tablet is heavy and awkward, expecially since you are holding it with your fingertips firmly mashing into the keyboard.

What I learned from this thread:
1. You can adjust the backlit keyboard brightness/off using ALT + brightness control keys.
2. Includes an Intel AX200 wi-fi card insted of Realtek!!! So delighted to confirm this as I normally rip out all Realtek cards and replace them with Intel. woot

What I learned on my own:
1. You can set up multiple "Desks [google.com]". Not sure if I will use this though.
2. If on a plane, do not use "stand" or "tent" modes on the tray table since it will slide right off. Stick with the regular "notebook" mode to utilize the rubber feet.
3. I guess Chrome OS creates it's own gateway and sets up a virtual NIC? Because the IP for my wi-fi card ("Google Zork"???) is showing as 100.115.92.XX and that doesn't coincide with my wi-fi network which uses 192.168.2.XX subnet.
4. Cannot adjust the time to sleep/screensaver.
5. These cases [amazon.com] are a perfect fit!
6. If you are configuring two of these things, do not put one on top of the other. Apparently there are magnets inside to act as sensors so the Chromebook knows if it is in notebook mode or tablet mode. If you close one Chromebook completely and set another one on top to configure, the physical keyboard and touchpad will no longer function on the one you are working on, and you will only be able to use the on-screen keyboard. It took me far too long to realize this!

Tips and things I did so far:
0. Updated to the latest version of Chrome OS (Settings > About ChromeOS > Check for Updates). I am now on 104.0.5112.110.
1. "Uninstalled" the web-wrapped versions of GMail, Calendar, Maps, News, Photos, and YouTube. Then installed the Play Store (Android) versions for offline use.
2. Installed Solid Explorer from the Play Store.
3. Increased font size dramatically so I could read it without my reading glasses (Settings > Device > Displays > Display Size). I am using the second largest option.
4. Enlarged the mouse cursor (Settings > Accessibility > Manage Accessibility Features > Mouse and Keyboard > enable Show large mouse cursor then adjust the slider). I am using about 30% in from the left.
5. (Optional/personal pref) Enabled tap dragging and Reverse Scrolling (Settings > Device > Mouse and touchpad > Touchpad).
6. Uninstalled all apps that I would never use.
7. Read the User Guide! It's sparse, but still recommended. You can download it here https://download.lenovo.com/pccbb..._ug_en.pdf
2003? How high are you right now?

It's a $150 Lenovo ThinkPad Chromebook with support through 2029, 1080p display, and pen... and it's $150... you really can't stomach the idea of popping a micro SD card in?

Who let this guy in here?

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need to pay with a visa card to get the discount?
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I just paid with an AMEX and it went through.
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need to pay with a visa card to get the discount?
Paid via PayPal and it went through.
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Great deal, just pop in a microsd card for additional storage. 13" IPS display, backlit keyboard, yoga. Good for streaming and web browsing. I was to get an iPad, but this seems to be a better deal for my intended purposes.

Just bought one. Thanks op.
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Great deal, just pop in a microsd card for additional storage. 13" IPS display, backlit keyboard, yoga. Good for streaming and web browsing. I was to get an iPad, but this seems to be a better deal for my intended purposes.

Just bought one. Thanks op.
300nits brightness, too. And the Thinkpad keyboard. Hard to go wrong here.
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Just bought the $99 Lenovo chromebook from BB but for $50 more seems like a better deal.

4GB is enough for chromebook but are we sure there is no upgrade path for emmc?
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Can this have parental controls like the school chromebooks?
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Just bought the $99 Lenovo chromebook from BB but for $50 more seems like a better deal.

4GB is enough for chromebook but are we sure there is no upgrade path for emmc?
psref mentions a ...nVME slot???

One M.2 2280 PCIe® Gen 3x4 slot, supports M.2 2242/2280 SSD

https://psref.lenovo.com/Product/...ok?MT=20UX
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Can this have parental controls like the school chromebooks?
This is a chromeobook. Your school district likely has set up separate parental controls on the school issued computers, so you will likely need to install one on your own or use the controls you can get through Google's Family Link: https://families.google.com/familylink/
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Includes the pen?
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ThinkPad C13 Yoga Chromebook Enterprise

Auto update ends Jun 2029
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Includes the pen?
Doubt it.
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