Where's the best place to buy Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Extreme?
Configure your ThinkPad X1 Extreme
As is the case with many manufacturers, Lenovo allows for the configuration of a notebook or desktop before purchase. This flexibility lets you strike a balance between price and performance to match your budget and requirements. You can have the ThinkPad X1 Extreme house up to an Intel Core i7-9850H processor, 64GB DDR4 2666MHz RAM, and a 4K HDR display.
There are plenty of options for storage with up to 1TB available, and the NVIDIA GTX 1650 (with 4GB of GDDR5 VRAM) lets you do more advanced tasks and even some light gaming on the go. With up to 14 hours of battery life stated by Lenovo — you're likely going to get around eight at best — there's very little reason not to choose the ThinkPad X1 Extreme as a portable workstation.
Yes, you might be able to find a better deal at a third-party retailer like Amazon, but unless you've settled on the entry-level model and need Amazon points, there's no reason why you shouldn't go direct. The ability to customize your build will allow you to get the best computer for what you need. There are also several bundles you can purchase directly from Lenovo that make kitting out your ThinkPad X1 Extreme super easy.
Plus, you still get free shipping and students, teachers, military veterans, and others can get an additional discount.
Does Lenovo offer warranty coverage?
Regardless of the ThinkPad X1 Extreme model you choose to buy, Lenovo will offer you a 1-year warranty. That includes coverage for parts, labor, as well as delivery to and from support facilities. There's also the option to extend this warranty period for additional peace of mind.
A good deal with great coverage if you go direct
Buying the ThinkPad X1 Extreme from Lenovo lets you take advantage of promotions the manufacturer holds, as well as warranty extensions and the ability to properly configure the notebook to your needs.
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