Lenovo ThinkPad 11" Quad-Core Notebooks

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Lenovo ThinkPad 11" Quad-Core Notebooks
Price: $199.99 - 209.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 Business Days. (Thursday, Dec 24 to Tuesday, Dec 29) + transit
Condition: New

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[MOD: Different processors]

AMD E2-6110 CPU Benchmarks
AMD A4-6210 CPU Benchmarks

Does this have a dvd (and/or bluray) drive?

No optical drive.

This is better $219 + freeship:

Dell Latitude E6230 Notebook 12.5" Computer, Intel Core i5 3320M 2.6Ghz, 4GB DDR3, 320GB Hard Drive, Webcam, HDMI, Windows 7 Professional x64

The I5 in this laptop has about twice the performance of the AMD processors in the laptops offered by woot today. The graphics performace of the HD 4000 is about the same as the AMD chips, maybe slightly better.

No TrackPoint == No ThinkPad == No sale. I’ll give Woot a bit of leeway on this but Lenovo should be ashamed to label this as a ThinkPad. Calling something without a TrackPoint a ThinkPad is like calling a Camry a DeLorean because they both have four wheels.

Re: GAK0090’s message concerning the Dell:

I’m not so sure I agree. First, it’s much heavier. Some of us are looking for something less than “5-5.9 pounds.” Second, this is a refurbished product, while the Woot deal is for a new computer.

Glad you pointed out that it’s a refurb,I missed that when I first looked.

Interesting that the discussion on this Lenovo notebook brings up new vs. refurbished. I am currently dealing with Woot/Lenovo regarding a Lenovo computer purchased as new on Woot. When I received the computer packaged in a sealed Lenovo box, I discovered that the computer was used, not new. Now I’m stuck between a rock and a hard place. Woot thought that they were selling new while Lenovo was shipping used. I really didn’t want a used computer when I ordered it, and so far, I am stuck trying to fix a used computer. But I paid for a new computer. Something is not right with this picture. Be sure to check if Lenovo delivers a new system to you. It can be hard to tell unless you do some probing in the registry, etc., but there is a significant problem with receiving used products with potentially harmful viruses and programs lurking in the background and who knows what not.

One notable difference however is the only 90 day warranty on the Newegg laptop where as this deal has one year,direct from the manufacture no less as opposed to a third party. Refurbished laptops can Be a NIGHTMARE and the quality of them varies like crazy…and trying to get them serviced can be a daunting task. It’s a literal roll of the dice.

I thought the same thing at first until I had one in my hand. This thing is a tank. Not toughbook tank but a really solid and dense feel to it. I am expecting this thing to withstand a lot of punishment. This is no doubt a Thinkpad in my humble opinion.

Does anyone know how many sticks of ram come with this laptop? is it one stick of 4gigs or 2 sticks of 2gigs each.
Thank you

I bought one of these from woot on 12/21/2015. Finally arrived today (fedex ground - no doubt they were overwhelmed by the holiday cyber shopping delivery demand…)

I was a bit concerned the performance would be lackluster. Its not. I normally use an i7 mackbook 17" (and run windows w/ vmware fusion)… the thinkpad 11e is more than sufficient.

The first thing I did was upgrade the drive to a 512GB SSD, and put in 8GB memory.
(There’s one slot for memory.)
The display is ample bright. Even in sunlight.
Keyboard is ok… probably pretty good given the size of the laptop.
Big bezel is a bit of distraction, but its good.
Display has the “mat” look, which i prefer over the reflective displays.
Its a tad on the heavy side – its no macbook air, but I still think this will work great for a travel laptop which is what i needed – something to manage photo sessions in the field.

I’ve used thinkpads with the trackpoint for years and thought i’d miss it… the trackpad is just fine (for me).

USB 3 was also a big selling point for me.

I could see hooking this up to an hdmi monitor w/ external keyboard/mouse and using it as a desktop.

It has a win-8-pro sticker on the case, but windows-7-pro-64 is what booted up.

I’m still contemplating upgrading to windows10… it might be the thing todo, but i have some apps that must work – still need to test that.