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Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Extreme (2nd gen) Intel i7-9750H, 32GB Ram, 1TB Ssd laptop £1769.35 @ Lenovo
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Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Extreme (2nd gen) Intel i7-9750H, 32GB Ram, 1TB Ssd laptop £1769.35 @ Lenovo

£1,769.35Lenovo UK Deals
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Posted 6th Dec 2019

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I've been looking at these for a while, but didn't push the button on the black Friday / cyber deals and then regretted it when the price went back up (they were no longer any deals on the extreme)

Got an email with 15% off everything code (ITSNOTTOOLATE) and combined with some other discounts that suddenly appeared on specific options on this model it seems like a good deal:

  • upgrading from 16GB to 32GB RAM reduces the price by 40p (and frees up one of the slots so you can drop in another 32GB stick later on to make it 64GB.. Currently £145 on crucial.com)

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  • upgrading to 1TB solid state drive from 512GB is only £122 extra instead of £222

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This brings the total to £2081.59 (which is a few hundred cheaper than it has been) and after the voucher code (15% off everything) it comes to £1769.35

Still a lot of money for a laptop, but it's got some high specification stuff in there. It's not a macbook pro 16", true, but it's not 3 grand either.
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I have this, bought the i5 version for around 1500£. It's a great laptop, keyboard and screen is really good. I have the 15" MacBook Pro for work, and this machines is better than that in almost every way. The new 16" MacBook, I have not used so can't compare.
tayfun06/12/2019 20:02

I have this, bought the i5 version for around 1500£. It's a great laptop, …I have this, bought the i5 version for around 1500£. It's a great laptop, keyboard and screen is really good. I have the 15" MacBook Pro for work, and this machines is better than that in almost every way. The new 16" MacBook, I have not used so can't compare.


Thank you for commenting! That's great to know.. I have a 2014 macbook pro for home and love it, but I need something for work use that has more RAM and a powerful CPU (not one of those low power, mobile ones you get in cheaper models).

I'm hoping I'm not disappointed, I had a Thinkpad W530 back in 2012ish for work and it was an absolute beast (and still is compared to a much newer, yet cheaper thinkpad I have for work right now)..
So I do believe it's worth the money 🤞

Here's the full spec if anyone's interested to know more:

Configuration Details:
- Intel Core i7-9750H Processor (2.60GHz, up to 4.50GHz with Turbo Boost, 6 Cores, 12MB Cache)
- Windows 10 Pro 64
- 32GB DDR4 2666MHz SODIMM
- 1TB Solid State Drive, M.2 2280, NVMe, Opal
- 15.6" FHD (1920x1080), LED Backlight, IPS, Anti-glare, 500nits, with Dolby Vision HDR 400
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX1650 4GB GDDR5 128bit
- Fingerprint Reader
- ThinkPad Precision Backlit Keyboard Black English (UK) with Fingerprint Reader
- IR&720p HD Camera with Microphone
- FHD Black Paint/UHD Woven
- Enabled Discrete TPM2.0
- 4 Cell Li-Polymer Internal Battery, 80Wh
- 135W AC Adapter (3pin)-UK
- Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 2x2 AX, Bluetooth Version 5.0
- 3 Year warranty Courier/Carry-in
Edited by: "windypassage" 6th Dec 2019
when my thinkpad x220 dies, i'll buy this.


lol, it won't die.
Heat from me, this is a good price for these specs in a very highly-rated laptop.
Heat from me for a top end laptop - more expensive than others for similar spec, but if you are looking at Lenovo kit you get it - build quality and support is very good. I have had a number of W, P and T series laptops and they are reliable workhorses.

windypassage06/12/2019 20:24

Thank you for commenting! That's great to know.. I have a 2014 macbook pro …Thank you for commenting! That's great to know.. I have a 2014 macbook pro for home and love it, but I need something for work use that has more RAM and a powerful CPU (not one of those low power, mobile ones you get in cheaper models).I'm hoping I'm not disappointed, I had a Thinkpad W530 back in 2012ish for work and it was an absolute beast (and still is compared to a much newer, yet cheaper thinkpad I have for work right now).. So I do believe it's worth the money 🤞Here's the full spec if anyone's interested to know more:Configuration Details:- Intel Core i7-9750H Processor (2.60GHz, up to 4.50GHz with Turbo Boost, 6 Cores, 12MB Cache)- Windows 10 Pro 64- 32GB DDR4 2666MHz SODIMM- 1TB Solid State Drive, M.2 2280, NVMe, Opal- 15.6" FHD (1920x1080), LED Backlight, IPS, Anti-glare, 500nits, with Dolby Vision HDR 400- NVIDIA GeForce GTX1650 4GB GDDR5 128bit- Fingerprint Reader- ThinkPad Precision Backlit Keyboard Black English (UK) with Fingerprint Reader- IR&720p HD Camera with Microphone- FHD Black Paint/UHD Woven- Enabled Discrete TPM2.0- 4 Cell Li-Polymer Internal Battery, 80Wh- 135W AC Adapter (3pin)-UK- Intel Wi-Fi 6 AX200 2x2 AX, Bluetooth Version 5.0- 3 Year warranty Courier/Carry-in


Thanks for finding and sharing OP.

I had ordered an X1 Extreme but with the 512GB HDD and it kept getting delayed (apparently there is a shortage of these drives).

Ordered in the black friday sale for £100 less than this one so have cancelled and now have a 7 day delivery window and upgraded RAM and HDD and improved expansion opps.

TopCashback also at 8% but will see if this works with the discount code.

Thanks for finding and sharing!
Edited by: "nt_tech" 8th Dec 2019
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