Laptop came well packaged, and in pristine condition, see Glancealot's pictures of the X1 for condition. Weight of the laptop came in around 3.6lbs. It came with a 128GB SSD, not the supposed 256GB I requested; I've messaged Mohit.
The laptop does get hot from time to time. At one point the CPU hit 80 degrees, but it went back down. Battery wear was only 6%, fired up about 1160 times, # of hours worked not given with SSD Life PRo (see attached image). It also doesn't have the trackpoint and two other click buttons: buyer beware, inquire before you buy.
There is a fingerprint detector, but i suspect there is no hardware for it (it does not show up in Devices). Does anyone know if it can be installed aftermarket, or if its just a driver issue?
I've come to realize there there are no backlit keys. I asssumed it would have backlit keys, so buyer beware; clarify everything. I'm actually quite peturbed by not having it.
Overall, I wish I spent the extra ~$150 and got the Lenovo X1 that Glancealot purchased. I think it would have been worth it for the extra thinness, weight savings, fingerprint reader, backlit keys, and overall quality, which would have made my purchasing experience MUCH better. The combination of these factors, combined with the SSD error and different keyboard layout than expected, made this purchase slightly less pleasurable. Still, Bauer is a reputable dealer and I would buy from them again.