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[Lenovo Canada] ThinkPad & IdeaPad - EPP Discounted

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Apr 11, 2009
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Great price, only $435 tax icl for a laptop


[QUOTE]ThinkPad SL410e Series - 1Year Depot

Intel Celeron T30001
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium 6412
14.0" HD VibrantView
Intel GMA4500M, 10/100 Etn
2 GB PC3-8500 DDR3 (1 DIMM)8
160GB Hard Disk Drive, 5400rpm4
DVD Recordable, Fixed5
6cell LC, LI Battery TWSL60
ThinkPad b/g/n Wi-Fi wireless LAN Mini-PCIe10
None65
1 Year Depot/Express Warranty7

Subtotal: $889.00

Sale Price: $521.55

eCoupon: Apply

Note: The eCoupon code is case sensitive

[CAENOVEMBERDEALS] -$135.13

Estimated total: $386.42*
Savings $502.58 [/QUOTE]
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Feb 27, 2008
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Prince Edward County…
It's when you get to your shopping cart, there's a box to enter the coupon code, make sure you hit the little "apply" beside the box.
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Nov 16, 2006
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Somewhere between Mi…
noway wrote: Original poster's EPP link not working!!
Working now.
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Dec 18, 2004
3236 posts
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Mississauga
Ohboiya wrote: my order got cancelled by Lenovo ... any idea why folks?
Ok ... found some time to call. It's because I used a ship-to address that wasn't registered with my credit card company ... crazy!

anyhow ... another X200 on the way! I love having 10+ hours of battery life!!!
Sr. Member
Aug 29, 2005
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MooseOnLoose wrote: It's when you get to your shopping cart, there's a box to enter the coupon code, make sure you hit the little "apply" beside the box.
I know the CAENOVEMBERDEALS code works. Does the tax free code also work?
Newbie
Jun 15, 2008
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supermike wrote: I know the CAENOVEMBERDEALS code works. Does the tax free code also work?
Didn't he say the NO TAX deal was for the "WEEKEND"?

Thank you Oversight. I hope it works for you. I will try a similar route.

Anyone has got any comments about how the warranty works? Do we have to ship to US (or is it easier)?
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Jan 10, 2008
259 posts
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Guelph
Finally pulled the trigger on a SL410. Thanks for all the info in this thread.
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Jul 28, 2009
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is the y series the best for home/personal use? or should i get a thinkpad? and why cant i customize the y series laptops? are they non customizable? is 615 for a y450 ideapad a good price? thanks
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Jul 3, 2002
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Montreal
supermike wrote: I know the CAENOVEMBERDEALS code works. Does the tax free code also work?
The tax free code won't even work at all here. That's only for the non-EPP consumer Lenovo site.
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Jun 15, 2008
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whiteflag wrote: is the y series the best for home/personal use? or should i get a thinkpad? and why cant i customize the y series laptops? are they non customizable? is 615 for a y450 ideapad a good price? thanks
whiteflag, just my personal opinion

Yes, they are definitely customizable. Click on "view models" after 2 or 3 screens and then you can see that they are.
I am going for a sl410 or sl510 (business laptop) and I have NO business use. Its for home and school. I really don't worry about how they market it; and i don't worry about minor look differences.

Point is, the SL series is about 23 (average)% off from its price; and the Y450 are 12% off. There isn't much difference in their specs. The Y450 seems to come with a slightly less powerful processor and more ram (4gb instead of 2gb). But they are all customizable; so in the end, i guess its just about which one offers more discount (atleast for me).

Any news OVERSIGHT?

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