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I think that if you were after a 14” general use laptop that can handle older/low setting gaming it is a great deal (especially if you have 10% coming back to you). 512gb ssd is a big perk at that price point.

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Specs seem solid but get the extra warranty. 

My parents have gone through 2 Lenovo 2 in 1s over the last 4 years normally at 14 months they stop detecting a battery and even when swapped they just won't detect. So they become Touchscreen desktops haha. 

I use a Lenovo as well and think it will be my first and last Lenovo haha

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59 minutes ago, Bond007 said:

...512gb ssd is a big perk at that price point.

And it is an NVMe ssd. A Samsung I think... 

34 minutes ago, Soullessone21 said:

Specs seem solid but get the extra warranty. 

My parents have gone through 2 Lenovo 2 in 1s over the last 4 years normally at 14 months they stop detecting a battery and even when swapped they just won't detect. So they become Touchscreen desktops haha. 

I use a Lenovo as well and think it will be my first and last Lenovo haha

Ok this is good info. It takes my enthusiasm down a little but I am after your honest opinion/experiences. Thank you!!

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It looks nice but to tell you honestly my brother is unimpressed with the dim display that this laptop shows and so as its battery performance. You need to turn down the brightness to 30% so that it can last for 5hours, but if you won't do it then it can only last for approximately 3hours. He have decided to sell it after a month because he was so annoyed with the laptop performance. 

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