08-27-2017 02:19 AM
I recently bought my third Thinkpad, a T450 off ebay to replace my X230 for studying. It's an i7 model with 8GB RAM and a 256gb SSD. It still has nearly 2 years remaining on the extended warranty. When it arrived, I was pleasantly surprised to find it had a 1080p IPS screen already fitted (was planning to upgrade it) - did Lenovo ever ship the T450 with this? It's a late model one, did they introduce it later on in the machine's life cycle?
There aren't any visible signs of the screen having been replaced and the seller never mentioned anything (I thought it was coming with the TN HD panel) and the brightness controls in Windows work as they should do on a clean Windows install.
08-27-2017 02:58 AM
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08-27-2017 03:48 AM
Thank you. I didn't know about that list. Must have been introduced later on at some point because I couldn't find one single source to say they ever came with it as standard.
Must have got pretty lucky with this one then!