Grade A Refurb Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 20C0 2 in 1 Laptop 12.5 + 15% off price £249.99 @ IT zoo
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Grade A Refurb Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 20C0 2 in 1 Laptop 12.5 + 15% off price £249.99 @ IT zoo

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Found 16th FebEdited by:"johnnyd57uk"
YOGA15 code should get you a further 15% off.

Lenovo Thinkpad Yoga 20C0 2 in 1 Laptop 12.5" Touchscreen Core i5 Window 10
Processor: Intel i5 4th Generation 4300U 1.90GHzScreen:
12.5" 1920 x 1080 FHD
8GB DDR3
500GB SATA SSHD

Fairly decent bit of kit I think. If anyone can find a review please post.
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Should probably be clearer that it's a refurb?
sprouty765 m ago

Should probably be clearer that it's a refurb?


Apologies, corrected.
cnet.com/pro…ew/ Mixed review of this 1.9GHz i5 and the Pro version. $1579 on release ?. Reviewed 2014 but even if its past its 3rd BD I think the spec/performance is fairly decent.
Was tempted but doing a bit of research these seem to be plagued with Ghosting issues on the screens. Buying second hand you could be buying into a world of problems.
12 month warranty on all the Itzoo products ive bought. A quick read......problem associated with the later Yoga 3. A software bug with fixes if anyone has one.
Edited by: "johnnyd57uk" 16th Feb
Can be had slightly cheaper through ebay sellers. I've ordered one anyway, forgot about the discount code. Will see what they're like. I plan on whipping out the hdd and swapping in my ssd anyway
Stuebydoo1 h, 56 m ago

Can be had slightly cheaper through ebay sellers. I've ordered one anyway, …Can be had slightly cheaper through ebay sellers. I've ordered one anyway, forgot about the discount code. Will see what they're like. I plan on whipping out the hdd and swapping in my ssd anyway



£211 with Code I think. Stuebydoo give them a buzz. Im sure they will sort something out. Cancel and reorder comes to mind. Leave some feedback when you get it.
Edited by: "johnnyd57uk" 16th Feb
ShockClown6 h, 29 m ago

Was tempted but doing a bit of research these seem to be plagued with …Was tempted but doing a bit of research these seem to be plagued with Ghosting issues on the screens. Buying second hand you could be buying into a world of problems.


Would agree and add it's pretty ancient technology.
ShockClown7 h, 31 m ago

Was tempted but doing a bit of research these seem to be plagued with …Was tempted but doing a bit of research these seem to be plagued with Ghosting issues on the screens. Buying second hand you could be buying into a world of problems.


It's a known issue apparently that can only be resolved by replacing it with a different panel, which is likely to be costly.

forums.lenovo.com/t5/…257

COLD for me. Simply not worth the risk. Buy an Acer Swift 1 / 3 / 5 instead.
After my last brand new Lenovo went bust on me around 6 months in and I tried to get it fixed in China to no avail, well put off this brand. Too expensive to return it to Amazon UK (from China) so left it behind.
Edited by: "kwg" 17th Feb
I use these for work (upgrading them soon I think). The different usage modes are good but the screen is a big poor for tablet mode. It's quite a small screen and the processor struggles on excel. we have SSDs in them and well so with a HDD this would be really slow and would need an SSD fitted.

From what I know from IT we have problems with them all the time.
Mixed reviews here from fellow contributors. Apologies if it isnt such a bargain.

I bought a Viglen Genie (£84) with an i5 processor a couple of months ago and a Lenovo T410 laptop prior to that and an Acer Chromebook(£54) in between. All could be described as old technology but are absolutely perfect. The Viglen needed a new housing and SSD. Im using the T410 (i5) now. Both machines are fast. The Chromebook is surprisingly fast but only does what it says on the packet.
Im not a nuclear physicist so I dont need my machines for anything much more than browsing and keeping in touch with the world. They would never do for gaming but at least ive got my hands on some reasonable pieces of kit with i5 processors that I couldnt afford new.
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