Lenovo ThinkPad T450 14" Intel i5 Laptop

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Lenovo ThinkPad T450 14" Intel i5 Laptop
Price: $499.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 1-2 business days. (Friday, Sep 30 to Monday, Oct 03) + transit
Condition: New


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Remember when Woot! had different stuff, instead of the same stuff over and over gain in an endless rotation?

Pepperidge Farm remembers . . .

Well when you have 52 different subwoots it’s a bit more difficult to keep getting new items. But look on the bright side if you miss this “deal” it’ll be up next week.

I have bought a few new Lenovo ThinkPads from Woot. Few potential advantages here.

  1. The disadvantage financially and convenience wise of the 1 year warranty. I have overcome by extended the warranty to 3 years or more (one I did to 5 years) at Lenovo’s site. You can do this with new computers.
  2. For those of us in business still not making the move to Windows 10 yet, it’s getting hard to find a decent priced Windows 7 Pro ThinkPad. A lot of the ones I’ve seen leftover with Windows 7 Professional (and don’t start me on the Windows 8 I still struggle with) have the flat buttons rather than the raised buttons to use with the touchpad/pointer (e.g., T440)
  3. This T450 isn’t a great price nor a speed demon, but the benchmarks aren’t that bad (and this is one of the ones I bought I think a few months ago), and for business, the ThinkPad (especially the T series) has served the company pretty well (including North American tech support answering the support phoneline).