Well … I got a Lenovo t440 with 12 gigs of ram 500 gig hard drive an I7 4600 and there is not a scratch or dent on this thing… looks brand new! Not a bad machine for the cash!
I received an HP ZBook 15 with i7 processor. Unfortunately that is all I know about it since it won’t turn on. A pretty expensive paper weight.
Uh oh. If you don’t figure it out, reach out to Woot Customer Service. From a browser, use the Woot Customer Service form. In the Woot App, choose Account from the bottom navigation and then Support.
I got a Lenovo T420 8GB Ram 500 GB i5 windows 10 Pro with a hard drive. This thing weighs 8 lbs. It’s got a few scratches but none on the screen. I didn’t get a steal like I was hoping for but I guess I got what I paid for.
I got a refurbished HP 840N elitebook. Win 10 Pro 4gb ram, 400gb SATA, i5-5200u @2.20ghz. It looks new.
- Worth it
- Not worth it
I received an HP ProBook 640 G1 with 2.6Ghz i5-4600 and 8GB memory and 320GB HDD. The laptop looks brand new (case and screen) so for the price, I’m fine with what I got. (Similar on Amazon is $300).
I’ve already partitioned the drive and loaded Linux on it. Should make a good laptop to keep in the living room for general use.
I got a Lenovo T430 4gb 250hdd that has a Windows 7 sticker, so it’s old. I got a log in screen eventually, but I don’t know the password. There isn’t any paperwork. Is there a standard password used for refurbished laptops?
Needs to be reset. You should be able to pick your own admin password. A fresh windows install should not be asking for a password.
If Enter doesn’t work, reach out to Woot Customer Service to see about returning it. From a browser, use the Woot Customer Service form. In the Woot App, choose Account from the bottom navigation and then Support.
Got a Lenovo Yoga type 20c0 w/ a 4010u processor, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD. Not bad. Gonna see if I can upgrade the RAM & replace the HDD w/ an SSD.
HP 6560B with i5 2520u, 8GB RAM, 320GB HDD, Win 10 Pro. Meh. Also doing a SSD upgrade.
Ha! Found this: HP ProBook 6560B 15.6” Intel I5 2.5GHz, 320GB Laptops ($30 more 3 years ago; $10/year depreciation; not really a good deal)
If you get one of the HP laptops, and your WIFI (or something else) isn’t working, make sure to check that nothing is disabled in the BIOS. I had WIFI and the card reader disabled.
This is amazing. Y’all bought computers you didn’t need from a seller who didn’t want them. 'Merica!