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ThinkPad X12 Detachable, i5/16GB/512GB, pen & keyboard included, $1029 + 7x Aeroplan + Amex $100 (YMMV) + 2x Lenovo $

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[Lenovo Canada] ThinkPad X12 Detachable, i5/16GB/512GB, pen & keyboard included, $1029 + 7x Aeroplan + Amex $100 (YMMV) + 2x Lenovo $

ThinkPad X12 Detachable, i5/16GB/512GB, pen & keyboard included, $1029 (after code : THINKMAYSALE2022)

A great alternative to Surface Pro.

+ can get an additional $50 off with a new Lenovo account signup code
+ 7x Aeroplan points when purchased via Aeroplan estore
+ (YMMV) I had an Amex Spend $1000 to get a $100 Statement credit expiring next week.
+ 2x Lenovo Rewards (~$60 worth)

Display is good: 12.3" 3:2 FHD+ (1920 x 1280) IPS, anti-reflective, anti-smudge, touchscreen, 400 nits
Students & Teachers save up to an extra 5% (Verify with ID.me)

P.S: First post - Be gentle!

Previous threads:
https://forums.redflagdeals.com/ebay-canada-thinkpad-x12-detachable-laptop-12-3-fhd-touch-400-nits-i5-1130g7-16gb-512gb-1112-after-code-2527032/

(i7 version) https://forums.redflagdeals.com/lenovo-canada-thinkpad-x12-detachable-i7-1160g7-16gb-512gb-12-3-3-2-fhd-400nits-1399-2491222/
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Does anyone have a perkopolis account check and post the price for this please?
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elcheapoo wrote: Does anyone have a perkopolis account check and post the price for this please?
$943.68


Part Number 20UW0012US

Processor : 11th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-1130G7 Processor (1.80 GHz, up to 4.00 GHz with Turbo Boost, 4 Cores, 8 Threads, 8 MB Cache)
Operating System : Windows 10 Pro 64
Graphics : Integrated Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics
Memory : 16 GB LPDDR4X 4266MHz (Soldered)
Storage : 512 GB PCIe SSD
Display : 12.3" FHD+ (1920 x 1280) IPS, anti-reflective, anti-smudge, touchscreen, 400 nits
Camera : 5MP (RGB/IR)
World Facing Camera : 8MP
Pen : Lenovo Digital Pen
Fingerprint Reader : Fingerprint Reader
Keyboard : Backlit - US English
WLAN : Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX201 802.11AX (2 x 2) & Bluetooth® 5.1
Warranty : 1 Year Depot or Carry-in
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On Perkopolis, I'm seeing $943.68 after coupon, before any additional discounts
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kunamvahees wrote: $943.68


Part Number 20UW0012US

Processor : 11th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-1130G7 Processor (1.80 GHz, up to 4.00 GHz with Turbo Boost, 4 Cores, 8 Threads, 8 MB Cache)
Operating System : Windows 10 Pro 64
Graphics : Integrated Intel® Iris® Xe Graphics
Memory : 16 GB LPDDR4X 4266MHz (Soldered)
Storage : 512 GB PCIe SSD
Display : 12.3" FHD+ (1920 x 1280) IPS, anti-reflective, anti-smudge, touchscreen, 400 nits
Camera : 5MP (RGB/IR)
World Facing Camera : 8MP
Pen : Lenovo Digital Pen
Fingerprint Reader : Fingerprint Reader
Keyboard : Backlit - US English
WLAN : Intel® Wi-Fi 6 AX201 802.11AX (2 x 2) & Bluetooth® 5.1
Warranty : 1 Year Depot or Carry-in
Aeleus wrote: On Perkopolis, I'm seeing $943.68 after coupon, before any additional discounts
Thank you both for checking.
@Aeleus what other discounts could you get with this? I don’t recall anything is stackable through perk?
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943.68 should be the total with Perkopolis (vs. 1029 that OP posted)

The other + items in OP are not included in that total, so you can count any of those as additional discounts on top of the total
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Ebay is cheaper, direct from LENOVO.

1099 - 164.85 (using coupon: LENOVOMAYSALE) = 934.15
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I regret getting a Lenovo ~10 inch tablet for ~300. Should have bit the bullet and got something like this instead.

... actually... i just ordered one.... thank you and i hate you lol
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chlronald wrote: Ebay is cheaper, direct from LENOVO.

1099 - 164.85 (using coupon: LENOVOMAYSALE) = 934.15
I think I got ~$56 of Lenovo Rewards. Never used them before but if it is like cash then still might be better to buy from Lenovo via Perkopolis
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Aeleus wrote: On Perkopolis, I'm seeing $943.68 after coupon, before any additional discounts
imsleepdeprived wrote: It works out to be $943.68 through perkopolis.
Is there a link that can offer everyone access perkopolis pricing? If so, I can update the post . Thanks.
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Advice needed. I'll start off by saying that I am old. lol. Need to start looking for something for my daughter who will be going away to university this fall. I have no idea what students are toting around for post secondary studies. She recently got an iPad and has the pencil with it. I presume it would be good for taking notes? But I'm assuming she'll need something with a keyboard to do other things. So would a laptop be better or something like this? Will be doing a psych neuroscience program.
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audiohs wrote: Advice needed. I'll start off by saying that I am old. lol. Need to start looking for something for my daughter who will be going away to university this fall. I have no idea what students are toting around for post secondary studies. She recently got an iPad and has the pencil with it. I presume it would be good for taking notes? But I'm assuming she'll need something with a keyboard to do other things. So would a laptop be better or something like this? Will be doing a psych neuroscience program.

I have this as well as a ThinkBook. (traditional laptop style.) The X12 needs to sit on something so that the stand can support the tablet portion. The keyboard connected to the tablet portion is not really a hinge and provides no support. It is great if you have the space or if you are just using the tablet portion. However if you want to use a laptop on your lap, a conventional unit is more convenient because the screen portion is supported by the keyboard. I would imagine a similar situation would occur if you were in a lecture hall using a small desk. (Many years since I was in a lecture hall so I really don't know.)

I like it for what it is as I like to use it as a tablet for surfing the web, watching stuff etc. When needed it is a full fledged windows machine for doing work stuff on that I can't do on an ipad. As a tablet, having the built in stand is great. Keyboard is good and I haven't used the pen yet so I can't comment on that.
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Do we have option to connect to external monitor

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audiohs wrote: Advice needed. I'll start off by saying that I am old. lol. Need to start looking for something for my daughter who will be going away to university this fall. I have no idea what students are toting around for post secondary studies. She recently got an iPad and has the pencil with it. I presume it would be good for taking notes? But I'm assuming she'll need something with a keyboard to do other things. So would a laptop be better or something like this? Will be doing a psych neuroscience program.
Really depend on her laptop usage,

Does she have a monitor desktop setup at home? If not you might want something bigger because its hard to work for a long duration on a 12"
Does she need to run heavy application? If so you might need to consider something more beefier in spec. This uses low voltage CPU and according to reviews online, Lenovo further "fine-tune" the voltage so it's more restrictive than other laptop
Does she rely on the pen a lot? The active pen that comes with is ok for normal note writing. But if stylus is the primary input device she is using, then you need to invest a better pen (precision pen) as the one come with doesn't have tilt function. but even with that it won't be on par with iPad pro as the screen is only 60Hz.





maytricks wrote: I think I got ~$56 of Lenovo Rewards. Never used them before but if it is like cash then still might be better to buy from Lenovo via Perkopolis
True and it can go toward a better stylus from Lenovo.
Waiting for generous stranger to share the Perkopolis code.
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Perkopolis price $943 + you can stack email subscription coupon for $20 = $923
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Just a heads up that Costco will be soon selling a Surface Pro 7+ bundle (keyboard and pen included) for under $1000. This is in the latest member savings flyer that comes with the magazine they mail out. I don't have it in front of me right now, unfortunately, but it caught my interest when I was scanning through the flyer. Annoyingly, it didn't say anything about what the specs were, so it's hard to compare with this deal.
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ryecatcher wrote: Just a heads up that Costco will be soon selling a Surface Pro 7+ bundle (keyboard and pen included) for under $1000. This is in the latest member savings flyer that comes with the magazine they mail out. I don't have it in front of me right now, unfortunately, but it caught my interest when I was scanning through the flyer. Annoyingly, it didn't say anything about what the specs were, so it's hard to compare with this deal.
I would assume this is the combo spec for the discounted Pro 7+, which is not comparable with smaller RAM and storage (screen is better though).


https://www.costco.ca/microsoft-surface ... 53287.html
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Wallet_Safe wrote: Do we have option to connect to external monitor

Thanks
Lenovo USB-C Travel Hub Gen2 is a good choice: HDMI, VGA, Ethernet, USB-A.

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