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Lenovo Thinkpad X240 Core i5-4300U 8GB Ram 128GB SSD Windows 10 Webcam Laptop £108.79 refurbished Newandusedlaptops4u ebay
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Lenovo Thinkpad X240 Core i5-4300U 8GB Ram 128GB SSD Windows 10 Webcam Laptop £108.79 refurbished Newandusedlaptops4u ebay

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recently bought one, they mentioned no internal battery only comes with external battery but both laptop i got have internal and external battery mean 12 hours, excellent condition too, and fast, good for students
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Quality: Grade 2 (click link above)

Processor: Intel Core i5-4300U 1.90GHz

Processor Generation: 4th Generation

Memory: 8GB DDR3

Hard Drive: 128GB SSD

Screen Size: 12.5" Widescreen. 1366 x 768

CD Drive: None

Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64 Bit

Battery: Minimum 2 hours standby. Please note internal battery will not be included. Only external battery will be included.

Graphics Card: Intel HD Graphics 4400

AC Adapter: Included

WiFi: Yes

Network: Internal

USB Ports: 2

Various: SD Card Reader, Mini DisplayPort, VGA, Webcam

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nad1206/01/2020 19:37

It mentions no internal battery but does include an external battery - can …It mentions no internal battery but does include an external battery - can anyone explain what is meant by this?


These originally could come with two batteries & a system called something like "Power Bridge", where the fixed internal battery kept the machine running during external battery swaps "providing endless battery life".

They were the first generation to use U (low power 15W) processors and should give an OK run on just the internal battery, as the screen is only 12.5 inches

Shove a car charger on it & you have the perfect machine to leave in your car.
The big problem with the x240 which was rectified on the x250 was the dreadful touch pad which was way too sensitive and badly designed so got in the way of normal typing. Everyone hated it so much the model sold poorly and was quickly replaced. Having said that the x250/260/270/280 series are superb machines, robust and well built but light and easily upgradable. And you can add an M2 ssd and a sata hard drive. But watch out for that track pad.
Not had much luck with this seller, bought some T450s laptops, both extensive pressure marks to display and one was DOA/no boot. Worth checking prior threads before committing. For the laptop it's a good price but not if it's trashed, also the X240 has a particularly nasty touchpad and is prone to bezel cracks. Just for comparison I had an X260 from ITZOO for the same money as this.
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Looks like a good deal to me!
I've had sucess with refurbished before but no experience with this seller. 128 ssd manageable size if not using it as a repository for video etc. Enuf for a couple of restore points, heat added, worth a punt.
Edited by: "ady88s_" 6th Jan
Wow thanks going to get one can i upgrade hard disk?
It mentions no internal battery but does include an external battery - can anyone explain what is meant by this?
ady88s_06/01/2020 19:31

I've had sucess with refurbished before but no experience with this …I've had sucess with refurbished before but no experience with this seller. 128 ssd manageable size if not using it as a repository for video etc. Enuf for a couple of restore points, heat added, worth a punt.


he sold 662 and check the feedback's i am using one and these are really fast and light weight
What is an internal and external battery? I only know of a single battery one can slide/click into the underneath of the laptop.
ady88s_06/01/2020 19:31

I've had sucess with refurbished before but no experience with this …I've had sucess with refurbished before but no experience with this seller. 128 ssd manageable size if not using it as a repository for video etc. Enuf for a couple of restore points, heat added, worth a punt.


Bought 2 laptops last month using a 20% off code.

Both Dell.

Very good condition. Both batteries have 2+ hour charge in them. Only 1 came with a genuine Dell adapter.
Not had much luck with this seller, bought some T450s laptops, both extensive pressure marks to display and one was DOA/no boot. Worth checking prior threads before committing. For the laptop it's a good price but not if it's trashed, also the X240 has a particularly nasty touchpad and is prone to bezel cracks. Just for comparison I had an X260 from ITZOO for the same money as this.
Damn you hukd! I had already bought this today for 83.13 with the two 20% discounts: Laptop

Any tech wizards here that think it's worth keeping that or going with this new deal here?
Note the X240 has the awful touchpad which you probably won't like.
Don't forget the ThinkPad Wiki
thinkwiki.org/wik…240
Contains pretty much any info you might want.
Also the obligatory NBC review:
notebookcheck.net/Rev…tml
As Farkas showed, the internal M.2 is only 2242 (which is somewhat expected with a 12.5" laptop - a pity that even the 15.6" T540p from the same vintage only has the tiny slot despite having tons of space).
skik0806/01/2020 20:05

Damn you hukd! I had already bought this today for 83.13 with the two 20% …Damn you hukd! I had already bought this today for 83.13 with the two 20% discounts: LaptopAny tech wizards here that think it's worth keeping that or going with this new deal here?



  • Processor: INTEL CORE I5-3340M
  • Memory: 4GB RAM.
  • Hardrive: 320GB HDD.
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Quality: Grade 2 (click link above)
Processor: Intel Core i5-4300U 1.90GHz
Processor Generation: 4th Generation
Memory: 8GB DDR3
Hard Drive: 128GB SSD

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nad1206/01/2020 19:37

It mentions no internal battery but does include an external battery - can …It mentions no internal battery but does include an external battery - can anyone explain what is meant by this?


These originally could come with two batteries & a system called something like "Power Bridge", where the fixed internal battery kept the machine running during external battery swaps "providing endless battery life".

They were the first generation to use U (low power 15W) processors and should give an OK run on just the internal battery, as the screen is only 12.5 inches

Shove a car charger on it & you have the perfect machine to leave in your car.
Farkas06/01/2020 20:17

Processor: INTEL CORE I5-3340MMemory: 4GB RAM.Hardrive: 320GB …Processor: INTEL CORE I5-3340MMemory: 4GB RAM.Hardrive: 320GB HDD.VSQuality: Grade 2 (click link above)Processor: Intel Core i5-4300U 1.90GHzProcessor Generation: 4th GenerationMemory: 8GB DDR3Hard Drive: 128GB SSDCHECK SPEC


Is that not an X230 (M processor) vs an X240 (U processor) (although cohld be T430? Vs T440?)

In the X series the older version had an extra memory slot.
Screen Size: 12.5" Widescreen. 1366 x 768
Just ordered 6 for a cadets group, bargain!
This is a fantastic deal especially since its Lenovo they are built like tanks but light enough to carry arround
The big problem with the x240 which was rectified on the x250 was the dreadful touch pad which was way too sensitive and badly designed so got in the way of normal typing. Everyone hated it so much the model sold poorly and was quickly replaced. Having said that the x250/260/270/280 series are superb machines, robust and well built but light and easily upgradable. And you can add an M2 ssd and a sata hard drive. But watch out for that track pad.
Good deal.. good reviews for seller... Worth a punt for that price .
Ordered. Thanks.
I'm confused as to what is meant by ''internal battery'' and ''external battery''.
What does he mean that there'll be no internal battery, only an external one? Thanks

[quote] ibiza06/01/2020 20:20 These originally could come with two batteries & a system called something like "Power Bridge", where the fixed internal battery kept the machine running during external battery swaps "providing endless battery life".They were the first generation to use U (low power 15W) processors and should give an OK run on just the internal battery, as the screen is only 12.5 inchesShove a car charger on it & you have the perfect machine to leave in your car.[/quote]

Right, but by ''external battery'' does it mean the usual removable battery in the base, as with other laptops? And how would I know if it has an internal battery, without opening it?
Edited by: "Smokestack" 6th Jan
It has a battery like other laptops (for the purposes of this model it's called external)... i.e. charge it and use it and when it dies charge it again...the internal battery is just a fancy way of saying it has a small backup battery inside in case you want to swap the bigger battery over when it's running low...
Does this have a docking station slot underneath it that you can slot into a desktop dock like corporate laptops?

I'm looking for something to use a desk based mini PC with external monitor/keyboard etc.
Edited by: "Google_Reviewer" 6th Jan
devilsadv0cate06/01/2020 20:53

Screen Size: 12.5" Widescreen. 1366 x 768


That's okay given that the screen is small and a crap quality TN panel. A higher res will just kill your eyes.
heat if you get both batteries, if just "internal"...then...no.

has anyone gotten any shipped to them with both?
Doesn't post to Scottish Highlands
Gorgeous!
plewis0006/01/2020 20:03

Not had much luck with this seller, bought some T450s laptops, both …Not had much luck with this seller, bought some T450s laptops, both extensive pressure marks to display and one was DOA/no boot. Worth checking prior threads before committing. For the laptop it's a good price but not if it's trashed, also the X240 has a particularly nasty touchpad and is prone to bezel cracks. Just for comparison I had an X260 from ITZOO for the same money as this.


Me too had 4 X t450s all with different major problems from this seller absolutely no quality control. I settled for one that is tatty and with pressure marks on screen but working at least never again. My other laptop I bought from itzoo is immaculate in comparison I would recommed buying from itzoo imho
if you are after cheap windows laptop this one's a MUCH better choice than that awful Lynx posted the other day.even though it's obviously used.
Edited by: "koskesh" 7th Jan
Smokestack06/01/2020 23:10

I'm confused as to what is meant by ''internal battery'' and ''external …I'm confused as to what is meant by ''internal battery'' and ''external battery''.What does he mean that there'll be no internal battery, only an external one? Thanks[quote] ibiza06/01/2020 20:20 These originally could come with two batteries & a system called something like "Power Bridge", where the fixed internal battery kept the machine running during external battery swaps "providing endless battery life".They were the first generation to use U (low power 15W) processors and should give an OK run on just the internal battery, as the screen is only 12.5 inchesShove a car charger on it & you have the perfect machine to leave in your car.[/quote]Right, but by ''external battery'' does it mean the usual removable battery in the base, as with other laptops? And how would I know if it has an internal battery, without opening it?




If it runs without an external battery while not on power, then it has an internal one.

The touch pad folk are moaning about costs about £25 for a genuine part to swap out. We have a T440P each & a W541, all still with the original pads, so its a preference thing. The W541 upgrades to >9000 on the passmark benchmark with 4x2 core i7s & the W541 takes 32gig,

If you take out the external battery on an X240, its also possible they have sim slot for wifi near one end of the long side where the battery contacts (& a graphic showing a sim on the surface next to it.
AcHu_GaMes06/01/2020 19:36

Wow thanks going to get one can i upgrade hard disk?



Yes, and they are blooming cheap too for ssds' now.
Really nice price. But I have one before at 110
I like my Laptops like I like my Fish, Battered
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wondermouse06/01/2020 21:40

The big problem with the x240 which was rectified on the x250 was the …The big problem with the x240 which was rectified on the x250 was the dreadful touch pad which was way too sensitive and badly designed so got in the way of normal typing. Everyone hated it so much the model sold poorly and was quickly replaced. Having said that the x250/260/270/280 series are superb machines, robust and well built but light and easily upgradable. And you can add an M2 ssd and a sata hard drive. But watch out for that track pad.


Use a mouse
Is this touch screen as it says in description
Very good deal, nice find and thanks!!
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