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Lenovo E570 15.6" Laptop: i7-7500U, 16GB DDR4, 256GB PCIe SSD, GTX 950M, Win 10 EXPIRED

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Lenovo has Lenovo E570 15.6" Laptop (20H5CTO1WW) on sale for $509.40 when you follow instructions below. Shipping is free. Thanks Tranman409

Instructions:
  1. Click 'View & Customize', then click 'Select'
  2. Modify the following configuration options as noted exactly below:
    • Processor: select 'Intel Core i7-7500U Processor'
    • Display: select '15.6 FHD(1920x1080) IPS Non-Touch'
    • Memory: select '16GB(8+8) DDR4 2400MHz SODIMM'
    • Hard Drive: change '500GB Hard Disk Drive, 7200rpm, 2.5", SATA3' to 'None'
  3. Use coupon code THINK40REVI
  4. Final price will be $509.40 + Free Shipping
Specs:
  • 15.6" 1920x1080 IPS Non-Touch display
  • Intel Core i7-7500U 2.7GHz Dual Core Kaby Lake CPU
  • 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 2400MHz RAM
  • 256GB PCIe NVMe OPAL2.0 Solid State Drive SSD
  • NVIDIA Geforce GTX 950M 2GB Graphics Card
  • DVD-RW DL Drive
  • 4-Cell 41WH Li-Cyllinder Battery
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
  • Ports:
    • 2x USB 3.0
    • 1x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1x VGA
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Similar steps with the previous FP deal that had over 250+ thumbs up

https://slickdeals.net/f/9401767-lenovo-e570-15-6-laptop-i7-7500u-16gb-ddr4-256gb-pcie-ssd-gtx-950m-win-10-552-free-shipp
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Go here
http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/lapt...eries/e570
Click 'View & Customize', then click 'Select'
Modify the following configuration options as noted exactly below:
Processor: select 'Intel Core i7-7500U Processor'
Display: select '15.6 FHD(1920x1080) IPS Non-Touch'
Memory: select '16GB(8+8) DDR4 2400MHz SODIMM'
Hard Drive: change '500GB Hard Disk Drive, 7200rpm, 2.5", SATA3' to 'None'
Final price will be $509.40 + Free Shipping
Specs:
15.6" 1920x1080 IPS Non-Touch display
Intel Core i7-7500U 2.7GHz Dual Core Kaby Lake CPU
16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 2400MHz RAM
256GB PCIe NVMe OPAL2.0 Solid State Drive SSD
NVIDIA Geforce GTX 950M 2GB Graphics Card
DVD-RW DL Drive
4-Cell 41WH Li-Cyllinder Battery
Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
Ports:
2x USB 3.0
1x USB 2.0
1x HDMI
1x VGA

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Last Edited by Noirish January 9, 2017 at 11:37 AM
If your order total shows Zero in portal then it means your order is in Soft Cancel state. Please do call and revert your soft cancellation. You will get reversal confirmation email and portal will be updated later. Otherwise, there is a chance they will cancel your order.


If you have opted to accept delays via email and havent received the confirmation, please do chat. Otherwise, there is a chance they will cancel your order.


Video Review:
https://youtu.be/nL-uiLyxTJY


Lenovo ThinkPad E570 Disassembly and SATA Hard Drive Install. Includes RAM, Wireless Card, DVD Drive and PCIe SSD (Hard drive installation begins at 5:43).:
https://youtu.be/P55IZ-XvnHM



ThinkPad E570 SSD Serious Performance Issue Overview and Fix (Impacts all E570's from this deal):
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3SwvB_drcJE


Easiest way to do the recovery media (will consume about 11GB on your USB drive)
1. Create an account on https://support.lenovo.com/
2. Register your new laptop (use the Serial Number to add the laptop to your account).
3. Once you have done that, click on the "photo of your laptop" that will be added to your account.
4. On the new page/tab that opens, click on "Drivers & Software" on the top navigation bar
5. On the resulting screen, near the top, you will find a "blue box" with the title "Access Recovery Media". Click on that link.
6. You will then be taken here: http://support.lenovo.com/us/en/l...overyMedia
7. Walk through the step-by-step process. You will need to input your serial number to verify eligibility.
8. Upon completion, a long unique identifier will be sent to you via e-mail along with instructions to follow.
9. Follow the instructions to download the Lenovo USB Recovery Creator and cut/paste the unique identifier. Make certain you have a spare USB thumb drive available (16GB+).

The recovery media will consume about 11GB on your USB drive.

Detailed Spec Sheet (PDF):
http://psref.lenovo.com/syspool%5..._specs.pdf

E570 User Guide. Containing steps on how to access HDD, RAM, M2, WiFi Card.
https://download.lenovo.com/pccbb..._ug_en.pdf

Given the form factor, it should be very easy to add a 2.5" SSD drive to it. Likely need a Torx screwdriver (T5 or T6) to open the bottom of the laptop case.

Quote from Jack Schitt
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Install MR on a different x64 Windows computer (needed to create the rescue media).

Create the "rescue media/disk" (I prefer a USB flash drive for speed, but a CD will work as long as the target machine has an optical drive). If using MR, select the Win10 PE to create it (the SW will walk you through this). See this article [macrium.com]. Verify you can boot from it and access your disk(s) once complete.

When you receive the new laptop, plug-in/insert this rescue media in before power-on. Now there a 2 methods to access the BIOS options to set boot order (I posted them earlier in the thread), but this isn't really necessary at this point - but it can't hurt either). The "one time boot" using the F12 key works fine for this operation. If using a CD vs USB you will need to insert it into the tray by using a paper clip to open it .

Plug in a USB external HDD to write the image to.

Power on the laptop and immediately begin tapping the F12 key. This will bring up the "one-time boot" menu. Select the drive with the rescue media in it to boot from and wait for the SW to load, then click the backup tab.

Select the M2 drive (entire drive, not just a partition) as source, and external USB drive as "image file" destination. Double check your intentions, and finish.

You will then have a full untouched image of the M2 drive saved as a file on your external USB HDD. If you ever want to restore to pure OOB stock, just reboot the rescue media, select the file you created, and restore it to the chosen disk.
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For people worried about their pending payments being cancelled..

It's normal for the credit authorization to be removed after a certain time. Just because it gets removed, it doesn't mean the order is getting cancelled or the order is being made.

The best option is to call the customer service rep about the status of the order. I waited 40 minutes to get someone on the phone to ask that question and they assured me that the order will go through.

Ordered 11/25 12pm PST, released to manufacturer state as of now

Just got an email from Lenovo Customer Service

Dear Valued Customer,

Thank you for your recent purchase of the ThinkPad E570. Your order is very important to us.

Due to the popularity of this product, we are seeing a delay in shipments and are working to meet this increased demand. At this time your order is scheduled to ship by January 25, 2017. We apologize for this delay.

Given the shipment delay, you may choose to:

1) Keep your order placed: we will work to fulfill the laptop as soon as we can. If you would like to do this, simply call our toll-free customer service number 1- 855-253-6686 option 1 to let us know. If no response by January 5, 2017, your order will cancel automatically.

2) Cancel your order: if you would like to cancel, please click here or call 1-855-253-6686 option 1. You may cancel your order at any time before it is shipped to you. Please note that additional time may be required for your financial institution to process the cancellation of the charge authorization against your account.


Due to missing your first committed ship date you may also receive a second email stating that your order has been delayed. Please use today's email as your point of reference.

We will continue to post the most current shipment dates on our Order Status page on Lenovo.com. This can be accessed via the link below.

CLICK HERE TO CHECK YOUR ORDER STATUS

Should you have any questions, please call Lenovo Customer Service at 855-2-LENOVO (855-253-6686). You are a valued customer and we are sorry for any inconvenience this delay may have caused.

Thank you for purchasing from Lenovo.

Sincerely,

Lenovo Customer Service
Raleigh, North Carolina

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Hi All,

I received my laptop last week and threw together a quick overview/review video for anyone that is interested.

https://youtu.be/nL-uiLyxTJY
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I am debating the i7 or the i5. I don't really need the graphics card since I have a PC for gaming. If I went down to i5 I would probably go down to 8GB RAM too. Looks like price would be around ~$401.

I always tend to over buy what I really need and makes me wish I wouldn't have spent more money than needed. Decisions, decisions.
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How come is it $509.40??

nvm, it will after the code. Thnx
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I decided to add the Intel wireless AC, so it came to $521.40.
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How do we know that the SSD drive is included? I don't see that as an option to add and I don't see it listed under original configuration?
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How do we know that the SSD drive is included? I don't see that as an option to add and I don't see it listed under original configuration?
When you remove the original 500GB hard drive, it will automatically add the SSD for the 2nd drive. People who ordered from previous thread said they didn't see the SSD when checking out, but it showed up on their order confirmation. And they confirmed with a CSR that the OS will be installed on the SSD.
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I decided to add the Intel wireless AC, so it came to $521.40.
do you recommend doing this?
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I am debating the i7 or the i5. I don't really need the graphics card since I have a PC for gaming. If I went down to i5 I would probably go down to 8GB RAM too. Looks like price would be around ~$401.

I always tend to over buy what I really need and makes me wish I wouldn't have spent more money than needed. Decisions, decisions.
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How do we know that the SSD drive is included? I don't see that as an option to add and I don't see it listed under original configuration?
Did you look at the secondary SSD option?
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I prefer Intel network cards over others in my experience.
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