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Deal Of The Day: $506 Off On Lenovo ThinkPad X1

By David Ponce

Before Lenovo’s ThinkPad X1 even came out, excited rumors of its existence swirled around in tech circles. And when it became a purchasable reality, positive reviews were quick to come in. It’s understandable: Lenovo’s thinnest notebook, measuring 0.65 to 0.84 inches, features some nice specs like Gorilla glass, spill resistant keyboard, an integrated fast-charging battery and a buttonless trackpad. It comes in Core i3 and i5 configurations, includes Mini DisplayPort, HDMI, Ethernet, one USB 3.0, one USB 2.0, one eSATA/USB 2.0, and 4-in-1 card reader. It has been described by some reviewers as making them feel like “interacting with it as more than just a corporate black box, but our personal notebook. In that regard, the X1 hits its mark.” [Engadget]

Well in today’s deal, you can get your hands on one for as little as $1,079 after a $386 instant saving and an additional 10% off coupon. The Core i5 version will set you back $1,173 (only $96 more) after a total of $517 dollars off. You have until June 29th for this one.

[ $506 Off On Lenovo ThinkPad X1 ] VIA [ LogicBuy ]

Deal Of The Day: 10% Off On Lenovo ThinkPad T420

By David Ponce

Lenovo’s T420 is the 14-inch successor to the T410, a 14.1-inch laptop that differs from the newer generation only in processor performance. The T420 comes in three Core i Sandy Bridge configurations with an optional NVIDIA NVS 4200M graphics card and Optimus technology. With a decently sized 500GB HDD and 4GB of DDR3 RAM, the T420 is a capable business machine that weighs only 4.84 lbs. Independent reviews have said “The T420 has basically been designed for business customers who are looking for a solid office laptop with a good application performance and nevertheless good mobile qualities. (source)

Well, for a limited time you can get 10% off on a set of already discounted prices. For example, the Core i5 model usually sells for $1305, but now has been slashed by $506 and an additional 10% for a final price of only $719.

Incidentally, you can also check out LogicBuy’s dedicated Lenovo Coupons page for all available deals on portables from your favorite Chinese brand.

[ 10% Off On Lenovo ThinkPad T420 ] VIA [ LogicBuy ]

Deal Of The Day: Large Savings On Lenovo’s IdeaPad Y570

By David Ponce

The successor to the Y560, Lenovo’s IdeaPad Y570 is an attractive looking laptop that comes in a metallic coating, is 0.86 inches thin at its thickest point and has competent integrated JBL speakers. When it was first announced, it was touted as being able to “boot faster than a MacBook Air” and this is indeed possible if equipped with the optional 32GB or 64GB SSD drive (to hold the operating system) and can be paired with a regular drive of up to 1TB. So not only can you boot faster than a MacBook Air (10s vs. 15s) but you can also store large amounts of data on it as well; you can have your cake and eat it too. Interestingly, the Y570 also comes equipped with a 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GT 555M graphics card which provides ample gaming prowess. Processors range from the Core i3 to Core i7 and RAM up to 8GB.

There are several specials going on depending on configuration. All feature between $250 and $400 in instant savings, while each being paired with a 20% off coupon. This means the base Core i3 model will set you back $639 after about $400 in savings while the top-end Core i7 model will be $999 after about $600 in savings. And yes, that would be for the one with the SSD drive.

[ Large Savings On Lenovo’s IdeaPad Y570 ] VIA [ LogicBuy ]

Deal Of The Day: $539 For A Dual-Core 15.6 Inch Laptop From Lenovo

By David Ponce

It’s easy to get caught up in a game of one-upsmanship in the consumer electronics world. This manufacturer’s laptop is thinner than everyone’s. This one’s battery lasts longer than everybody. But there are folks out there looking for a good deal everyday and the Lenovo Essentials G575 15.6-inch Dual-core AMD Fusion Laptop (long name!) is pretty darn good. Coming in at roughly the same price as any offering from the netbook craze (remember that?), you get instead a full-fledged higher-end Lenovo G575 that packs a dual-core AMD E-350 processor, “1.6GHz dual core, Win 7 Home 64, ATI Mobility Radeon HD 6310 graphics, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 15.6-inch 1366×768 glossy LCD, 750GB 5400rpm HDD, DVD burner, 6-cell battery, b/g/n WiFi, and 1 year warranty.”

For a limited time (until June 8th) you can get it for $539 after a $160 rebate.

[ Lenovo G575 Deal ] VIA [ LogicBuy ]

Deal Of The Day: At Least $389 Off On ThinkPad L412 14-in Laptop

By David Ponce

Coming off yesterday’s slightly uninspiring deal, today we have something better. Lenovo is already taking $346 off their ThinkPad L412 Core i3 and Core i5 line, and today you can add an additional 10% off. So for the Core i3 deal, you get a 14 inch ThinkPad that usually retails for $975 at $566 after $389 in rebates. That’s 39% off, while the Core i5 model gives you $414 in total rebates or about 41%.

Available for online customization and optional upgrades include Core i5, Fingerprint Reader, 2-Megapixel Webcam, 9-cell battery, Bluetooth and more. The ThinkPad L412 is considered one of the “greenest” laptops available.

[ At Least $389 Off On ThinkPad L412 14-in Laptop ] VIA [ LogicBuy ]

[CES 2010] Lenovo Skylight Smartbook Is Smart, Stylish


By Evan Ackerman

When someone (like Lenovo) says that they’ve got this laptop that runs on a cell phone processor, and that they’re calling it a “Smartbook,” your first thought might be a mental eyeroll. So it helps when someone (like Lenovo) plies you with alcohol and desserts, and then points out that it’s really a pretty decent idea. The Lenovo Skylight has a 10 inch screen, a full size keyboard, and integrated WiFi and 3G, all of which you’d expect in a mobile connectivity netbook. It’s missing three things that you’d also expect: a 2.5″ hard drive, Windows, and an Atom processor, and Windows. Instead, it uses a couple microSD cards (one of which is swappable), a customized version of Linux, and a 1ghz Qualcomm Snapdragon processor with 512mb of RAM that’s strong enough to play back 720p HD video. Put that all together and you get a lot of functionality coupled with a 10 hour battery life (think 6-8 in normal use) in a wicked skinny package that weighs less than 2 pounds.


The OS is heavily focused on web integration, as you’d expect from such a low power computer. One of the most interesting physical features is a long and skinny USB accessory slot… They had a 16 gig USB drive in there, but hypothetically, you can plug anything you want into it, like some extra media buttons or maybe a webcam or something.


Lenovo is still working on their customized operating system, video playback, and other stuff like the touchpad. Everything should be ready to go by April of this year, when you’ll be able to pick the Skylight up for, uh, $499. Another option will be to buy it along with a 3G data plan from AT&T, which will likely subsidize it quite a bit, but still, for what it is, that seems like a lot of money… Even if it is so little and roundish and cute.

[ Lenovo Skylight ]