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Old October 13, 2011, 04:10 PM
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Hey all, just wondering what you think this would be worth:

Lenovo x120e:
-E-350 processor
-4gb DDR3 ram *Added, came with 2Gb*
-Corsair X64 64Gb SSD *Added - Great condition/SSD Health
-6-Cell Battery
*Comes with a Netbook messenger bag that fits it perfectly.

Starting price for this model is $450 new. without the above (*) added items.
Mine is approximately 5-6 months old, good condition, only a little keyboard wear (which is normal)

What do you think?
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Old October 13, 2011, 04:27 PM
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Bluetooth?

I'd say this is worth no more than 400 unfortunately. Its still a netbook, :(
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Old October 13, 2011, 04:32 PM
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Bluetooth?

I'd say this is worth no more than 400 unfortunately. Its still a netbook, :(
Its actually quite a lot more powerful than Any netbook. E-350 means it has the onboard 6310 graphics as well, so it can out-game any netbook as well :P

No bluetooth.
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Old October 13, 2011, 04:48 PM
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These are good quality netbooks. We have about 30 of this model at work (2GB ram and regular hdd). We pay more for them though (I am not allowed to say how much).
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Old October 13, 2011, 06:29 PM
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We pay more for them though (I am not allowed to say how much).
Due to support/warranty contracts... We had them at my work too, but I wasn't all that impressed with it. Was much more impressed with the W520 as I could play Crysis 2 on it

I think asking the retail price of $450 sounds reasonable due to the upgrades you've done. I'm assuming it comes with Windows 7?
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Old October 13, 2011, 07:00 PM
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Due to support/warranty contracts... We had them at my work too, but I wasn't all that impressed with it. Was much more impressed with the W520 as I could play Crysis 2 on it

I think asking the retail price of $450 sounds reasonable due to the upgrades you've done. I'm assuming it comes with Windows 7?
Yessir. Windows 7 home premium 64
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Well I'd say $450 is feasible if you can find the right buyer...though for a quicker sale, I'd say more like $400.
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Old October 15, 2011, 03:49 PM
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i paid my hp dm1z which has the same apu as yours for $369.99 at bestbuy in july, mine had the 4gb and 750gb hdd (and actually has about an extra hour of battery life from what ive seen in the reviews). Most these 11.6" amd apu netbooks are going for $399-$449 brand new but yours has the ssd so id say $450 would be fair but price it at $400-$420 (my dm1z is on sale for $429.99 at ncix atm) for a quick sale and to convince a potential buyer that the ssd is a huge upgrade over the regular hd and thats why you have it at the same price as retail.
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Somebody would definitely pick it up for $450 with the SSD in it. It's the best E-350 notebook out there.
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