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Refurbished LENOVO THINKPAD 11E 11.6" (3RD GEN) CHEAP WINDOWS LAPTOP 8GB RAM 128GB SSD - £143.99 @ eBay / techmarket-deals
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
This 11.6" laptop is reinforced to withstand the physical demands of the primary school experience, and equipped with the necessary features and software to create and nurture a di… Read more
TopTrump

T14 Gen 1 - 8GB , DDR4-2666, onboard, not sure if there's an additional SO-DIMM slot. "...Lenovo ThinkPad T14s Gen 1 Laptop Review: The Intel model is the worse choice Inferior. Last year’s Lenovo ThinkPad T490s won our "Editor’s Choice Award“. The successor, the Lenovo ThinkPad T14s with Comet Lake-based Intel CPUs is just as good. However, because there is a more attractive option with an AMD chip, the Intel-based ThinkPad T14s Gen 1 is not going to sell as well. Read our review to learn why...." https://www.notebookcheck.net/Lenovo-ThinkPad-T14s-Gen-1-Laptop-Review-The-Intel-model-is-the-worse-choice.483717.0.html E14 Gen 2 - 8GB onboard with one SO-DIMM slot. Can be configured up to 32Gb in total? - Check Lenovo's website AMD "...Price-performance champ. Lenovo outfits its new ThinkPad E14 Gen 2 with dual-channel RAM, AMD Ryzen 4000 and a smaller chassis. The new model is not fault-free, but in many important aspects, the Lenovo laptop delivers. Its low price is an additional trump card..." https://www.notebookcheck.net/Lenovo-ThinkPad-E14-Gen-2-laptop-review-Affordable-and-fast-thanks-to-AMD-Renoir.490256.0.html But also comes in an Intel version.

TopTrump

I'll have a look...

wheelerdeal3r

Not a problem at all chap, better late than never ey! Thanks for the well informed response yet again. Will def look in to whether they have a spare SODIMM slot. I have a feeling they won’t based on the general consensus over on r/Thinkpad being that the RAM is not upgradable. Coincidently I’ve had my eyes on a Gen 2 L13 with the 11th gen i5 for £499, mulled over it too long and someone nabbed it this afternoon. You snooze you lose ey Also, if similar in price, would you favour the E14 Gen 2 or T14 Gen 1? I’ve noticed a few odd listings that crop up and go quite quickly which seem to be surplus corporate stock with majority of the 36 month warranty and they’ve gone for significantly less than RRP. Considering bumping up to £600-650 (less for the E14) to grab one of the above perhaps. I’m also pretty certain the RAM on those is upgradable.

TopTrump

Apologies for not getting back sooner, mods took my account offline for 5 days (annoyed) . The L series on ebay, I spotted one that was still within warranty with the 10th gen i5. It appears the press don't have much praise or slander to throw at the L13 or 14 apart from the screen's lack of va-va-voom. It's colour accuracy isn't great, the RGB spread/coverage is sub 60%. It's a 1080p panel. If that doesn't bother you, the L13 or L14 I saw on eBay a couple of days ago for £499 seems to be plentiful pc for your money. Just double check what the maximum memory the machine(s) can handle and whether they have a spare SODIMM slot.

wheelerdeal3r

Have been looking predominantly on eBay and L13 and L14 have caught my eye, mainly due to (seemingly) being even more compact than the T series you mentioned. What are your thoughts on the L series (with 10th gen i5 processor)?

LENOVO Thinkpad P15V 32Gb RAM, i7-10750H, 512GB SSD, 15.6" Full HD £1239.99 @ Box.co.uk
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Posted 8th MayPosted 8th May
Super powerful / great value productivity computer (probably not for gamers) Compare processor speed with what you've got (even though it's last Gen i7 (10th)): https://www.cpuben… Read more
NitrousUK

Both the CPU and GPU are now outclassed by the 4750u with it's integrated GPU, for a fraction of the power. So doesn't look so good by today's standards.

Minstadave

Maybe you're paying for the build quality but the hardware is pretty unexciting for the money. Older gen CPU is outclassed by the 5800H. Decent amount of RAM. Smallish SSD at the price. 1080P screen. Entry level GPU. I expect it's meant to be used as a portable workstation so maybe there's a niche for it.

Refurb Lenovo Thinkpad P50 Laptop Core i7-6820HQ 8GB 256GB - £344 (with code) @ ITZOO
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Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
Grade: A Brand & Model: Lenovo Thinkpad P50 Laptop Processor: Intel i7 6th Generation 6820HQ 2.70GHz Screen: 15.6" FHD 1920 X 1080 Memory: 8G… Read more
Max-Power

Balls, missed out on this one... anyone know what the Grade B ones are like? EDIT: Although just seen the benchmarks on my Dell i7-4810MQ are quite similar so might not be worth an upgrade for me!

Axeboy

I bought one of these last week and love it. For its age it still looks decent but its pretty powerful and everything feels solid. Looks almost new, delivered quickly. Very happy with it. As mentioned above, lots of expansion ports and extras like the backlit keyboard. Dedicated 2gb M1000M Quadro might be of use to some too. One small note is that if you want to expand storage, there are quite a few spare slots although for the SSD slot you will need a cable specific to the P50 from the looks of it

ChAdOx1

But until 10th gen it was still based on skylake (6th gen) 14nm node process

R_Ali

Oos

qadir2000

Just ordered to use as a training machine for work. Decided to go with this one as it’s Grade A, the others listed with more ram were either grade b or c and wanted a pristine looking vaccine will upgrade the ram later when needed

Refurbished Lenovo Thinkpad X270 Laptop 6th Gen 8GB 256GB - Full HD screen - Grade B - £223.20 delivered using code @ ITZOO
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Full HD version - QWERTY keyboard. Bargain small laptop, Grade: B Brand & Model: Lenovo Thinkpad X270 Processor: Intel i5 6th Generation 6300U 2.4Ghz Screen: 12.… Read more
ChAdOx1

Was your keyboard backlit?

coopd1

I bought this, having a few issues with things like it getting stuck in a boot cycle.. And now having installed some software, and having to do the usual restart for it to complete, it's stuck on the "getting windows ready. Don't turn off your computer" screen. Hard to say if that's a laptop issue or a Windows issue

lookatmywadd

Hi, can someone clarify for me please the difference between only getting the HD vs the Full HD? As I understand it, 1920 x 1080 is Full HD?

k6chris

Mine arrived today, yes full HD and the condition is amazing, I have yet to find a single blemish! Very happy!

taz002dev

There are occasional finds where they bundled 8th gen. maybe enterprise only but seen some at my previous company. Of course goose chase but you might get lucky

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Lenovo Thinkpad X260 Laptop i5 6300U 8GB 256GB *refurbished* Grade B - £192 delivered using code @ ITZOO
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Lenovo Thinkpad X260 Laptop i5 6300U 8GB 256GB *refurbished* Grade B - £192 delivered using code @ ITZOO£192 Free P&P FreeITZOO Deals
Ideal if you're on a budget and looking for a sub £200 laptop. Grade: B Brand & Model: Lenovo Thinkpad X260 Processor: Intel i5 6th Generation 6300U 2.4Ghz Screen:… Read more
ChAdOx1

Apparently there is a spectrum within grade b. Some are like grade a, no blemish and some are like yours.

LauraMcCabe

Just received mine, the screen is quite heavily scratched: is that typical for this grading? It’s good otherwise. Wondering whether to return and try again

Paul...

Sweet bro thanks

domski99

Aye as also confirmed by Hamsterboy. I posted confirmation on the new x270 deal thread :)

hamsterboy

Ya, 270 is full hd. It carries it well and looks very sharp due to its size. Imo.

Lenovo thinkpad a285 16gb 256 SSD £504.99 @ laptopoutletdirect eBay
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Posted 28th MarPosted 28th Mar
Lenovo thinkpad a285 16gb 256 SSD £504.99 @ laptopoutletdirect eBay£504.99£579.9913% off Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
Great laptop for the price. I have it for work and love it. Discount code of £75 expires tonight
Garry_Muir

yep picked up my t495 ryzen 3500, 16gb / 256gb touch on gumtree for £300. it had just shy of 3 years warranty left. local business was selling it off as it was closing due to covid. i sold it on ebay last week for £515. i was aiming to pick up a t14 amd but instead i went for the magicbook pro deal. im on the lookout now for a T450s as for messing about with as im missing having a thinkpad

Experiment

Still very happy with my old x250. I've never experienced anything that would make me want to upgrade, still a capable machine. These newer ThinkPads might even be a downgrade, with no hot-swappable batteries, soldered in Ram, less key travel on the keyboards, fewer ports (i.e no Ethernet!)... such a shame. :(

ChAdOx1

A285 came out in 2018 so if you are happy to pay £500 for something from 3 years ago then that’s ok. I recently snagged a “new” T14 Gen 1 AMD for £650 on facebook marketplace. There are bargains to be had and sometimes just need to be patient.

hastingspete

Worthwhile saying that this is a new A285. Obviously built a couple of years ago, but never opened or used. I bought one last week, and it's still got over two years of the Lenovo warranty. It's got 16GB of RAM (so expandability is moot for 99% of users) and a 1080p IPS screen, rather than the base TN one. It is a shame about the non-removable battery, and the CPU isn't the best. But a new Thinkpad with these specs at under £600 was a no-brainer for me.

Muchetto

Wow, that's great info. Thanks for taking the time to write all that. Really informative. I did actually buy a ex cooperate from ebay from the T range. I do like it. But work treated me to the one above as a business laptop. I really like it, but see what you mean about the screen and lack of upgrade ability. I was pretty impressed with the build quality and how light it is. And tbh, I only really use it to connect to 3rd party electrical equipment for programming. So I need it to be portable. The 3rd party equipment software works well on this laptop and the battery life is really good. So for what I need it for it seems to be great. But I guess, if you are looking for a laptop that gets used for media and gaming, it may well disappoint. But I just struggled to find a new laptop suitable for work with similar specs for under 800 when I was looking (probably in all the wrong places), so felt it was a good price. I am a fan of thinkpad, but don't have a clue what I'm looking at :D