Grade A- Refurb Lenovo Thinkpad X260 20F6-S0M200 i7 6600U 16GB/256GB SSD Win 10 Backlit Keyboard 12.5" HD 1366x768, £342 With Code @ ITZOO
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Grade A- Refurb Lenovo Thinkpad X260 20F6-S0M200 i7 6600U 16GB/256GB SSD Win 10 Backlit Keyboard 12.5" HD 1366x768, £342 With Code @ ITZOO

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Found 10th Nov
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£342 with code:
3100586.jpgSome reviews: (i5/8GB RAM, however - not sure if the ITZOO version has the IPS screen) laptopmag.com/rev…260
Keyboard photo from the above review:
3100586.jpgNotebookcheck: notebookcheck.net/Len…tml

Lenovo page: lenovo.com/gb/…600
  • 3100586.jpg Grade: A- Grade Refurbished Laptop Minor Keyboard Marks to Screen

  • 3100586.jpg Brand & Model: Lenovo Thinkpad X260 20F6-S0M200

  • 3100586.jpg Processor: Intel i7 6th Generation 6600U 2.6Ghz

  • 3100586.jpg Screen: 12.5" HD 1366 X 768
  • 3100586.jpg Memory: 16GB DDR-4

  • 3100586.jpg Storage: 256GB SSD
  • 3100586.jpg Optical Drive: N/A

  • 3100586.jpg Graphics: Intel HD 520

  • 3100586.jpg Input Device: Qwerty UK Back lit Keyboard

  • 3100586.jpg Operating System: Windows 10 Professional 64 Bit & Libre Office

  • 3100586.jpg Wireless: Yes
  • 3100586.jpg Webcam: Yes

  • 3100586.jpg Bluetooth: Yes

  • 3100586.jpg Fingerprint Reader: Yes

  • 3100586.jpg Ports: 3 USB 3.0/ 3.1 Gen1, 1 HDMI, 1 DisplayPort, 1 Kensington Lock, 1 Docking Station Port, Audio Connections: Audio-Combo, Dual Array Microphone, Card Reader: SD, 1 SmartCard, 1 Fingerprint Reader, Brightness Sensor

  • 3100586.jpg Warranty: 12 Months

  • 3100586.jpg Info: The ThinkPad X260 has a typical ThinkPad aesthetic, with a raven black chassis that's accented only by the red TrackPoint nub on the keyboard and status lights on the lid and deck. Made of glass-fiber-reinforced plastic, the X260 can take a bit of a beating. Lenovo says that the laptop passed MIL-SPEC 810G durability tests for extreme temperatures, shocks and vibrations.

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Laptopsdirect has a listing for this model number - X260 20F6 (OOS, though and Windows 7/8GB RAM) laptopsdirect.co.uk/len…asp

Blurb says:

Portable. Powerful. Perfect for Business
A high-performance Ultrabook that’s enterprise-ready. This lightweight workhorse features 6th Generation Intel Core i processors and a full range of display, storage, memory and connectivity options to enhance productivity in any work environment.

Thin and light.
Weighing in at less than 3 lbs and measuring 20.3 mm at its thickest point, the X260 is ultraportable — without sacrificing anything in terms of ports, connectivity, or durability.

Award-Winning Keyboard
Full-sized and spill-resistant, the legendary ThinkPad ergonomic keyboard is renowned for its full array of keys, excellent feel, and TrackPoint® pointing device. And it's optimized for Windows 10 and later versions with convenient multimedia buttons. LED status indicators for camera, speaker, microphone, Fn Lock, and Caps Lock make working in dark environments effortless.

Intel vPro Technology
Makes enterprise-level manageability even more convenient and cost-saving. Manage, protect, repair, or locate your deployed laptops from anywhere in the world.

Optional HD Display With IPS Technology
In-Plane Switching (IPS) LCD display with high brightness. IPS technology allows for vivid colors and nearly 180-degree viewing angles.

Power Bridge Technology
Combining an internal battery with an external hot-swappable battery, Power Bridge provides flexibility and maximum battery life. Swap batteries without powering down your laptop, using an extra travel battery to increase your time between charges to 21 hours.

Additional Ports
The X260 features an added HDMI port to make it easy to attach external displays for presentations. Along with an additional USB port, this means connectivity and information sharing have never been easier.

Tested to Military Specifications
Military-specification testing validates the ruggedness, durability, and quality of this laptop by testing against 11 parameters: high pressure, humidity, vibration, high temperature, temperature shock, low pressure (15,000 ft), low temperature, solar radiation, fungus, salt fog, and dust.

Connect to TV Wirelessly
With a few clicks, Intel Wireless Display expands your screen’s potential, linking mobile devices and laptops to TV screens wirelessly. Stream family favorites and view personal experiences while turning your device’s small screen into a superior, sharable experience.

Create, Edit, and Share Video in a Flash
Intel Quick Sync Video uses the dedicated media processing capabilities of Intel® Graphics Technology to make video encoding tasks—such as creating DVDs or Blu-ray discs, creating and editing 3D videos, converting 2D video files into 3D, and converting video for portable media players and social networking sites—faster and easier.

Higher Performance When You Need It Most
Intel Turbo Boost Technology 2.01 accelerates processor and graphics performance by increasing the operating frequency when operating below specification limits. The maximum frequency varies depending on workload, hardware, software, and overall system configuration.

Solutions to Help You Focus on Your Small Business
Intel® Small Business Advantage (Intel SBA) helps small businesses without a managed network manage security and productivity issues. This solution helps maintain and protect PCs automatically so that you can focus on running your business.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 10th Nov
Heat for the effort.
Link to specs: lenovo.com/gb/…600

1.3KG+ & 30.5 x 21 cm (approx) seems OK.

Nearly 5000 on CPU benchmark so blistering.

I personally would have any screen marks as grade B or C - rules it out for me.
jnm2111 h, 15 m ago

Link to specs: …Link to specs: https://www.lenovo.com/gb/en/laptops/thinkpad/x-series/ThinkPad-X260/p/22TP2TX26001.3KG+ & 30.5 x 21 cm (approx) seems OK.Nearly 5000 on CPU benchmark so blistering.I personally would have any screen marks as grade B or C - rules it out for me.



I added the Lenovo link in the Deal post (admittedly, it gets a bit lost with my blurb - but I swear this is the third time this week I've pointed out I've already mentioned a linky )

Lenovo also state "Dolby® Advanced Audio™ v2" and "720p HD Camera".
Edited by: "louiselouise" 10th Nov
Yeah, missed it in the blurb, so others might too. I also can't see an address for ITZoo (I did look, but it is early).

The A grade is £20 more & 8GB RAM less - those screen marks could be annoying & they seem to know that. I really don't like their grading as A-, B or at a push B+ IMHO.

Also from FAQ no warranty at all on battery.
I bought one of these for my son to use at college. If you get the 9 cell battery you will get a full days use. I bought mine from eBay auction and it came with 2 years warranty remaining. Smallish screen so fits in a back pack
I use Lenovo ThinkPad only. Rock solid laptops. Bought Surface once, wasted money, sold on eBay, lost 25% value, lesson learned.
Voted hot because it's a bargain of a machine with that spec but you can get these for a less. I got the HP 820 G3 (the Elitebook equivalent) for £160 from these guys and adding an SSD and more RAM bought it to around £210. Skylake architecture is great, it runs cool and lasts ages on a single charge.

Screen marks don't tend to bother me but Lenovo machines are renowned for pressure marks on the LCD - later Dell and HP machines are a lot more resistant.
Nope, Class "A" with Screen marks, surely "B" at best.
These will be 3 years old end of lease corporate laptops which are very good spec however I wouldn't pay this kind of money for 3 year machines.
Edited by: "CyptoHippy" 10th Nov
jnm213 h, 8 m ago

Link to specs: …Link to specs: https://www.lenovo.com/gb/en/laptops/thinkpad/x-series/ThinkPad-X260/p/22TP2TX26001.3KG+ & 30.5 x 21 cm (approx) seems OK.Nearly 5000 on CPU benchmark so blistering.I personally would have any screen marks as grade B or C - rules it out for me.


Is 5000 blistering? The new i5 8th gen mobile (XXXXU) CPUs hit just under 8000 for a fairly comparable price, these days.

Genuinely wondering. I've only been looking into laptop performance for about a week or so now, so if I'm off the mark please tell me!
jnm213 h, 20 m ago

Link to specs: …Link to specs: https://www.lenovo.com/gb/en/laptops/thinkpad/x-series/ThinkPad-X260/p/22TP2TX26001.3KG+ & 30.5 x 21 cm (approx) seems OK.Nearly 5000 on CPU benchmark so blistering.I personally would have any screen marks as grade B or C - rules it out for me.


Wouldn’t?
Just bought two for kids for Xmas. Great specs compared to brand new I’d been looking at and almost half the price.
Just been looking at how easy it is to put a full hd screen in but looks like hard work as the panel, bezel, case are different sizes so not a case of just swapping the panel
Great spec but awfully low screen resolution :-( how much are decent IPS 1080p panels?
mtuk13 h, 23 m ago

Wouldn’t?


If it has a screen mark, it certainly wouldn't be grade A (even A-) for me.
Viexi3 h, 45 m ago

Is 5000 blistering? The new i5 8th gen mobile (XXXXU) CPUs hit just under …Is 5000 blistering? The new i5 8th gen mobile (XXXXU) CPUs hit just under 8000 for a fairly comparable price, these days.Genuinely wondering. I've only been looking into laptop performance for about a week or so now, so if I'm off the mark please tell me!


In the eye of the beholder - I am used to a 4th gen i3 (IIRC) with a 23XX or 24XX score, which is relatively fast - anything above 2500 is fast enough & 4000++ is blistering for me. I don't do much intensive stuff & hey if a video transcode takes an hour or 2, so be it!

Edit: 3rd gen just over 2300 actually cpubenchmark.net/cpu…764

EDIT2: Post me a link to an 8000 for sub £400 - keen to see that baby fly!

EDIT3: OMG - they do exist - if this place it to be believed godigitalwarehouse.co.uk/pro…op/
Edited by: "jnm21" 10th Nov
jnm211 h, 11 m ago

If it has a screen mark, it certainly wouldn't be grade A (even A-) for me.



Yes, I thought that was a strange grade as well. Never bought from ITZOO but as far as I know they get good feedback.

I had an X200 from SCC Trade - though I also purchased an HP Elitebook (can't remember which one) which was "0GB" (bought an SSD and new AC Adapter in preparation) - totally DOA (I'd read HUKDers saying this was pretty much a dead cert that all it needed was a new HDD/SSD) - they refused to refund me, never purchased from them since.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 10th Nov
jnm212 h, 16 m ago

If it has a screen mark, it certainly wouldn't be grade A (even A-) for me.


You said you would have screen marks in your post. That’s why wondered if you meant wouldn’t?
I think you read it wrong - I said I would have any screen marks as grade B or C - same as I wouldn't have screen marks as grade A.
Great small machine for the size, only downside is the low-res screen and the lack of type-C USB/Thunderbolt 3.
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