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You’ll be happy with a used Lenovo ThinkPad if you get one with good specs that isn’t more than 5 years old :D Although all refurbished ThinkPads are great quality computers, I wouldn’t suggest spending less than $400 on one (unless you’re getting a Lenovo Chromebook) because a computer starts to get noticeably slower after 5 years.
My Personal favorite is the Lenovo X1 Carbon thanks to its premium specs and thin form factor. But to be honest, I think my favorite ThinkPad would be one that gives me the best specs (like an i7 processor and a lot of RAM) at the best price. There are a lot of model names that you’ll see when looking through our selection of budget Lenovo ThinkPads, but don’t let the different model names confuse you. Just know that you’ll be getting a great quality computer for a great price with just about any affordable Lenovo laptop that you choose to buy.
In terms of value, there are so many different types of affordable Lenovo ThinkPads. There’s the T-series, S-series, L-series, X-series, but really just try to find a good deal on any of them that gives you great specs and has the most recent model year. So whether it’s a T460, T560, or L470, look for an affordable ThinkPad deal that gives you an i5 processor (or i7, this is even better), at least 8GB of RAM, and isn’t more than 5 years old. And remember, the more recent the model year, the faster the processor, so don’t be afraid to spend a few extra bucks if you see a relatively new refurbished ThinkPad for a surprisingly low price. You can really find some great deals on ThinkPads if you spend some time digging through our website :D
Since there are so many different types of Lenovo ThinkPads, you can browse for one that gives you the best specs for the best price. Even though cheap Lenovo ThinkPads don’t have the same “trendy factor” as MacBooks, it means they can give you better value for a better price. Let’s face it, MacBooks can be overpriced when compared to affordable Lenovo ThinkPads like a used X1 Carbon, Yoga, or T-series laptop.
Although the refurbished ThinkPads that we sell are not the newest computers, that doesn’t mean they aren’t still powerful, capable, and quick. If you get a deal on a ThinkPad from a couple years ago with an i5 or i7 processor and at least 8GB of RAM, you should rest assured that you're getting a great high-performance laptop.