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Lenovo P14s, Ryzen 4750U, 8GB ram upgradeable $1149

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[Lenovo Canada] Lenovo P14s, Ryzen 4750U, 8GB ram upgradeable $1149

For those considering a T series laptop, Lenovo has a P14s that is essentially identical to the T14s for $200 cheaper.

https://www.lenovo.com/ca/en/ibmeppfrie ... 2WSP144SA1

My research shows that the only difference between these two laptops is likely the driver.
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I’m only seeing the 4750U not the “H” variant
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Looks like this is available with up to 16GB soldered RAM and up to another 32GB slotted, but not customizable on the Canadian Lenovo site atm. It also has RJ45. The configurations on the Canadian website also have the lowest end 250 nits displays. There are configurations in other markets with 300, 400, and 500 nits displays. Might be worth waiting a bit for those options to become available.
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neroses wrote: I’m only seeing the 4750U not the “H” variant
Sorry I corrected the title. I'm pretty sure there's no such thing as a 4750H.
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jfd3220 wrote: Looks like this is available with up to 16GB soldered RAM and up to another 32GB slotted, but not customizable on the Canadian Lenovo site atm. It also has RJ45. The configurations on the Canadian website also have the lowest end 250 nits displays. There are configurations in other markets with 300, 400, and 500 nits displays. Might be worth waiting a bit for those options to become available.
I'm guessing that by that point, this price will be gone. P series usually are more expensive than the T series.
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BankArsonist wrote: I'm guessing that by that point, this price will be gone. P series usually are more expensive than the T series.
The review of the 250 nit display is very bad. I would recommend to stay away from it.

Display is something you look at whenever the laptop is in use. A reasonably good display is a must IMO.
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Workstation usually come with discrete gpu for graphics not gaming, these don't
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wlee wrote: Workstation usually come with discrete gpu for graphics not gaming, these don't
Yeah, it's somewhat out of the norm.

Workstations are ISV certified, for specific applications. dGPU may / may not be required base on which application(s) / field.

https://www.thinkworkstations.com/isv-certifications/
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qfli78 wrote: The review of the 250 nit display is very bad. I would recommend to stay away from it.

Display is something you look at whenever the laptop is in use. A reasonably good display is a must IMO.
Agree. At this price point, and there's no dGPU, and it's not customizable... maybe the T or X series AMD variants might be more suitable for most people. (There's very limited valid use case to get a P series with no dGPU).
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IBM EPP? Mean not for everyone right?
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Rakuten is offering 9% as of last night on Lenevo
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Psyclist wrote: 250 nit makes it a no-no. Id say 300 and above. weird they would spec their P series with such a cheap screen
It is probably target at company's IT department. The cheap screen can help to encourage employees to use the laptop for work only.
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You should write "ThinkPad" in the title because nobody wants regular Lenovo crap.
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I haven't seen P series with AMD before, but historically, older P series that had discrete GPUs were based on Quadro chips anyways which weren't great for gaming. I haven't looked at comparisons but I would guess the inbuilt Vega 7 on the 4750U would outperfom a Quadro.
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How does AMD's tiering system work compared to Intels i3, i5, i7?
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Price for this model drops to $977 via EPP today.

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