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Fair Price for Used Lenovo?

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Jun 8, 2007
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Fair Price for Used Lenovo?

Hi folks, I'm leaving my employer but they offered to sell me my work laptop on the way out. Any sense of a fair price for it? Their offer was $450. There are about 15 months left on the warranty. ... 20LD001GUS

Model 20LD001GUS
Product ThinkPad X1 Yoga (3rd Gen)
Machine Type 20LD
Processor Intel Core i5-8250U (4C / 8T, 1.6 / 3.4GHz, 6MB)
Graphics Integrated Intel UHD Graphics 620
Chipset Intel SoC Platform
Memory 8GB Soldered LPDDR3-2133
Storage 256GB SSD M.2 2280 PCIe NVMe Opal2
Display 14" FHD (1920x1080) WVA 300nits AR (anti-reflection)
Touchscreen 10-point Multi-touch
Pen ThinkPad Pen Pro (Garaged)
Media Reader MicroSD card reader
Ethernet 100/1000M via Optional Adapter
Optical None
WLAN + Bluetooth Intel 8265 11ac, 2x2 + BT4.2
SIM Card None
Smart Card Reader None
Monitor Cable None
Bundled Accessories None
Case Material Carbon Fiber Hybrid
Camera 720p with ThinkShutter
Microphone 2x, 360°
Color Black
Keyboard Backlit, English
Fingerprint Reader Touch Style, Match-on-Chip
NFC None
TPM Discrete TPM 2.0
Battery Integrated 54Wh
Power Adapter 65W USB-C
System Management None
Operating System Windows 10 Pro 64, English
Bundled Software None
Base Warranty 3-year, Depot
Bundled Service None
5 replies
Deal Addict
Nov 6, 2014
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My advice, take it. But might not hurt to try and ask if they'd let it go for $400. Great brand/model.
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Dec 10, 2004
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If you need it, not bad at all. Ram is on the low side, if there's an extra expansion slot(1 stick soldered and 1 extra) then I would strongly suggest you upgrade. 8mb is sort of min, unless you only use it for word and web use. Though, if you are into having many tabs open, different browsers, word then that can be low. You should know better what you use it for, since you've had it for a while.
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May 11, 2009
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Sounds like a fair price. If you had it since it was new and it has served you well then I'd say go for it, at least you know how it has been handled.
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Jun 27, 2004
13917 posts
Don't call it a Lenovo. ThinkPads have more cachet than the standard Lenovo fair.

As to the fairness of that price, if you posted it on Craigslist, it would be sold the next day. In fact, if you want to sell one, I would give you $500 for it, if it's in really good shape (assuming it's a black one, and not stinky silver :) ).

dazz wrote: If you need it, not bad at all. Ram is on the low side, if there's an extra expansion slot
There isn't. You're stuck with what you bought it with.

PS, if you buy it, make sure it doesn't have any BIOS passwords installed, such as the supervisor password.
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Oct 23, 2017
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Take a look at sites selling Lenovo refurbs to get an idea of market value. E.g. look at the price list on the Bauer Systems site. They always have a wide range of used Thinkpads for sale.