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    • Mine came with the fingerprint reader, should ask them for a replacement or compensation of some sort. Same model #

      Great machine but they weren't kidding about the speakers, don't try music unless you want your ears to hurt. Trackpad is scratchy and feels cheap, but has other input methods to compensate.
      i have the fingerprint reader but i don't have that feature when i went into setup to set it up, need to install driver? trying to see what i can do on the internet, but any help appreciated. Thanks!
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    • does this have a fan inside to cool the cpu? is it ok to lay on blanket or will it overheat?
      Yes, there is a fan. Air is drawn in from the "fan louvers" located on the base cover and blown out the rear.
      Lenovo says "Fan louvers on the machine help to prevent overheating of internal components. Do not obstruct fan louvers or cover them with labels or stickers."

      Page 51 - Thermal fan assembly
      (English) Hardware Maintenance Manual - ThinkPad C13 Yoga Gen 1 Chromebook


      If you are stressing the unit, then I would not block the fan louvers.
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    • does this have a fan inside to cool the cpu? is it ok to lay on blanket or will it overheat?
      Yes, there is a fan. Air is drawn in from the "fan louvers" located on the base cover and blown out the rear.
      Lenovo says "Fan louvers on the machine help to prevent overheating of internal components. Do not obstruct fan louvers or cover them with labels or stickers."

      Page 51 - Thermal fan assembly
      (English) Hardware Maintenance Manual - ThinkPad C13 Yoga Gen 1 Chromebook


      If you are stressing the unit, then I would not block the fan louvers.
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    • does this have a fan inside to cool the cpu? is it ok to lay on blanket or will it overheat?
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    • Does anyone have one for sale in the GTA? If yes please PM me. Thanks!
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    • Got mine last week. Dang …for $178 all in this machine is punching way above its weight.

      I got this to see what the ChromeOS fuss is all about.

      So far not seeing any significant performance issues, screen is actually half decent, build quality is over the top excellent, fingerprint reader and stylus work well. Battery life is very good. Keyboard has the typical excellent Lenovo feel.

      I have other computers for performance oriented tasks, so for casual use this is just fine.
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    • Learned of a way to show all shortcuts:

      See all keyboard shortcuts: Press Ctrl + Alt + / (forward slash).
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    • Anyone else get their cashback clawed back by Rakuten on this deal?
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    • I have one unopened in GTA area ( Markham ). If anyone interested to get it at cost, please PM me.
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    • If anyone's looking for one in Calgary area I have one that open box.
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    • Hadn’t occurred to me they all had the same model #, makes sense now.
      I don't know what you mean by "model number" but the page on which you bought the device had/has a "part number". That should differ for each configuration. The OP's link currently points to an unavailable "Part Number: 20UXSS06A00" which does have the fingerprint reader. ThinkPads have "Type Numbers" and my second C13, which I bought from this deal, has the Type Number 20UX-S06A00" and a fingerprint reader.

      When I bought my second C13, two different models came up. I used "compare" and found that the only difference in features was the fingerprint reader. Naturally I picked the one with the reader. Availability probably changed frequently.

      My first C13 has one camera and no fingerprint reader. It is Type Number 20UXS-S06800

      If you don't have a fingerprint reader on your C13, I'm pretty sure that it will have a different Type Number (printed on a label on the bottom that also has a bar coded serial number). If your paperwork and your unit differ on this you might be able to get Lenovo to do something. But since they don't have any units, that something might just be to let you return it (which you already can).

      Oops: the mystery deepens. @musicalmd shows that his unit is 20UX-S06A00 lenovo-canada-its-back-thinkpad-c13-yog ... #p36959641
      This does sound like a Lenovo manufacturing bug.
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    • I believe some people are confusing this particular optioned model with the same laptop but with other options that were available earlier for the same price of $189.

      There were 3 versions of this chromebook that lenovo had on sale for $189 on different dates. This one, with the fingerprint reader, was their last offering that went on sale on November 28th. If you bought this chromebook on a previous date, it will not have a fingerprint reader.

      I believe the first one that went on sale had no fingerprint reader and 1 camera. The second one had no fingerprint reader and 2 cameras. Then this one, went on sale Nov 28th, has a fingerprint reader and 2 cameras.
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    • I believe some people are confusing this particular optioned model with the same laptop but with other options that was available earlier for the same price of $189.
      Hadn’t occurred to me they all had the same model #, makes sense now.
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    • I believe the first one that went on sale had no fingerprint reader and 1 camera. The second one had no fingerprint reader and 2 cameras. Then this one, went on sale Nov 28th, has a fingerprint reader and 2 cameras.
      the first sale had 2 versions:
      1 camera + fingerprint
      1 camera, no fingerprint
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    • Mine came with the fingerprint reader, should ask them for a replacement or compensation of some sort. Same model #

      Great machine but they weren't kidding about the speakers, don't try music unless you want your ears to hurt. Trackpad is scratchy and feels cheap, but has other input methods to compensate.
      I believe some people are confusing this particular optioned model with the same laptop but with other options that was available earlier for the same price of $189.

      There were 3 versions of this chromebook that lenovo had on sale for $189 on different dates. This one, with the fingerprint reader, was their last offering that went on sale on November 28th. If you bought this chromebook on a previous date, it will not have a fingerprint reader.

      I believe the first one that went on sale had no fingerprint reader and 1 camera. The second one had no fingerprint reader and 2 cameras. Then this one, went on sale Nov 28th, has a fingerprint reader and 2 cameras.
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    • Likes: Build quality, Backlit Keyboard, 1080p IPS Screen, Stylus, Tablet mode, regular USB ports, HDMI, microSD card reader (because it is necessary for more storage), and privacy slider on webcam.

      Dislikes: SPEAKERS (Max volume is quiet enough to use in a library), No NVMe m.2 slot (I haven't opened up to verify), headphones or a bluetooth speaker are a must for movies or entertainment, and the finger print sensor only seems to work on the locked screen and not the login screen (however it works well).

      Thoughts: This also weighs more than expecting but it is nice and solidly build. It works well for the intended purpose (Chromebook); however, the builtin speakers limit the entertainment value on the go.

      Bottom line: great value with the discount and a love letter to what Lenovo can do.
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    • Amazing for the price. No slowdowns with web browsing with multiple tabs and YouTube. Build quality is 10/10. Screen is bright and clear. Stylus and red trackpoint works well.
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    • Thanks, OP

      Just got mine.

      It is wonderful at this price point(Able to close this down to ~165 all in with Lrewards). The speakers are okay. Noticed it has two cameras but the quality is decent.

      Should have bought another one if had more rewards but happy with this one.
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    • Where is the fingerprint reader located? It seems mine doesn't have one. The model number is 20UXS06A00. Did I receive a defective unit?
      Mine came with the fingerprint reader, should ask them for a replacement or compensation of some sort. Same model #

      Great machine but they weren't kidding about the speakers, don't try music unless you want your ears to hurt. Trackpad is scratchy and feels cheap, but has other input methods to compensate.
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    • Did you update ChromeOS to improve touchpad response.
      Thanks for the suggestion. I had updated it already when posted so that didn't seem to help much. I just tried the "reverse" setting and it seems to have helped a bit more. The touchpad just seems feels less sensitive, like from a those budget multimedia keyboards. But again I can't complain at all for the price. I'm just really use to my Lenovo X1 Carbon touchpad.
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    • Just got this today. I can't complain at all for the money but the touchpad is just awful! Otherwise so far so good but this is my first experience into ChromeOS.
      Did you update ChromeOS to improve touchpad response.
      First thing to do though, is to update ChromeOS. Mine shipped with version 70-something and the touchpad response was terrible. Touchpad, and everything else is much smoother on the current version (107.xx).
      Touchpad. It started terribly with build 93, but once updated, the touchpad behaved as expected. I had to reverse the touchpad, and increase the sensitivity.
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    • Just got this today. I can't complain at all for the money but the touchpad is just awful! Otherwise so far so good but this is my first experience into ChromeOS.
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    • Received my laptop today. Funny enough I'm having a hard time activating the fingerprint reader.
      The fingerprint set up is quite easy and I can see it saved in the security section. The problem is when I turn on the computer, Chromebook doesn't ask for my fingerprint and instead asks for my Google password.
      I tried placing my finger but nothing happens. Am I doing something wrong?
      Nope, that's how it's supposed to work.

      If you power on or restart the computer, you have to first log in with your password. After that, if you put the computer to sleep or lock the screen, you can unlock it with the fingerprint reader.
      I don't have the fingerprint reader model but I am able to sign in with Pin instead of password (even after a power off or restart). Just had to change it in the device settings.
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    • Nope, that's how it's supposed to work.

      If you power on or restart the computer, you have to first log in with your password. After that, if you put the computer to sleep or lock the screen, you can unlock it with the fingerprint reader.
      Thank you for the answer. Yeah I noticed it as soon as my computer went in sleep mode.
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    • Received my laptop today. Funny enough I'm having a hard time activating the fingerprint reader.
      The fingerprint set up is quite easy and I can see it saved in the security section. The problem is when I turn on the computer, Chromebook doesn't ask for my fingerprint and instead asks for my Google password.
      I tried placing my finger but nothing happens. Am I doing something wrong?
      Nope, that's how it's supposed to work.

      If you power on or restart the computer, you have to first log in with your password. After that, if you put the computer to sleep or lock the screen, you can unlock it with the fingerprint reader.
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    • Where is the fingerprint reader located? It seems mine doesn't have one. The model number is 20UXS06A00. Did I receive a defective unit?
      You're missing the fingerprint reader.
      Image
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    • I unboxed mine last night and man the build quality is insane! It's crazy to think that Lenovo can sell this for under $200 considering how much engineering, design, raw material sourcing, supply chain, marketing goes into making this, and it ships to you from China for free.

      The build quality is so nice that I've decided that it's too nice to give to my elementary age kids.
      The biggest surprise for me is how responsive the touschreen with the stylus is in the Google Keep app. I'm gonna be keeping this Chromebook for myself to use at work as a note taking tablet with Google Keep.

      The speakers are absolute garbage. So tinny. By far the worst speakers I've ever heard on any laptop at any price point.
      But considering the build quality of every other part, I can overlook it and hook up a pair of headphones or BT speaker if I really care about the audio.

      I've been a Chromebook user since 2014 starting with the Acer C720p, but haven't used it much since 2018. This Chromebook makes me fall in love with the Chrome OS all over again.
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    • Received my laptop today. Funny enough I'm having a hard time activating the fingerprint reader.
      The fingerprint set up is quite easy and I can see it saved in the security section. The problem is when I turn on the computer, Chromebook doesn't ask for my fingerprint and instead asks for my Google password.
      I tried placing my finger but nothing happens. Am I doing something wrong?
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    • I received this last Friday, and overall I'm really pleased with the Chromebook.

      Pros:
      - Very good build quality (the chasis), great display.
      - It's really nice to type on the keyboard.
      - It's good that a pen is included.
      - The fingerprint scanner is fast and accurate.
      - I really like being able to convert this to tablet mode. The UI changes so it feels like using an actual Android tablet.
      - The touch screen is good.

      Cons:
      - They really skimped out on the speakers. I feel this is the biggest drawback on this device. It's fine if you'll always use with a headphone or external speaker though.
      - The pen diameter is too thin so it'll be hard to write for a long time. I have an S-pen for my Samsung tablet and that has a much more comfortable writing experience.

      Overall, at this price point, I'm planning to keep this device and very happy with the purchase.
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    • contacted them today and just received an email that they dont have stock...hmm


      damn it...one dead pixel at right bottom corner...should i keep or return? hmm

      does anyone know what is the return window?
      Definitely keep it, for the price it's worth dealing with something so minor and it's very unlikely we'll see something this cheap that's this premium in the future imo, with enabled multithreading id say it's actually decently fast as well as all the premium features, replace it if they happen to get stock obviously, but it seems like they made a lot of effort clearing it out
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    • contacted them today and just received an email that they dont have stock...hmm


      damn it...one dead pixel at right bottom corner...should i keep or return? hmm

      does anyone know what is the return window?
      I think its mid-Jan for the holiday purchases since mid-Oct.
      Lenovo has an extended return window for orders placed between October 17, 2022 to December 17, 2022.

      You can return products and accessories purchased from Lenovo.com through January 15th, 2023.

      from https://www.lenovo.com/ca/en/shopping-faq/

      Lenovo.com Holiday Return Policy

      Rest easy when making a purchase through Lenovo.com this Holiday season. We offer easy, no hassle returns including:
      • No restocking fee
      • No shipping and handling fee
      • Extended return window for orders placed between October 17, 2022 to December 17, 2022
      • Exceptions: Lenovo.com Outlet orders, server/storage products & orders of quantity greater than 5, and excludes Moto phones.

      For orders placed between October 17th to December 17th 2022, customers may return products and accessories purchased from Lenovo.com in quantities of five (5) units or less for a refund of the price paid through January 15th, 2023. Outside of this window, customers may return products purchased from Lenovo.com in quantities of five (5) units or less within 30 calendar days from the date of invoice for a refund of the price paid.
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    • contacted them today and just received an email that they dont have stock...hmm


      damn it...one dead pixel at right bottom corner...should i keep or return? hmm

      does anyone know what is the return window?
      I think its mid-Jan for the holiday purchases since mid-Oct.
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    • I did this with a monitor and they shipped me a new one. I have 5 days to ship back the old one after receipt.
      contacted them today and just received an email that they dont have stock...hmm


      damn it...one dead pixel at right bottom corner...should i keep or return? hmm

      does anyone know what is the return window?
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    • Just unboxed this today. One of the best bargain laptops in recent years.

      Pros:
      ThinkPad aluminum chassis both top and bottom (no flex at all, put many ~$500 laptop in shame), glossy IPS screen with 72% NTSC, backlit keyboard, USI pen, has 3.5mm headphone jack, 65 watt USB-C charger

      Cons:
      Both webcams are a bit noisy/blurry (but tolerable)

      Tips for people wanting to keep more tabs opened:
      Install uBlock Origin will free up CPU cycles and ram usage 😉

      Now where can I find a tight soft case/bag for this beauty?
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    • For anyone that wants their laptop to go faster, try enabling hyper threading: on chrome browser enter "chrome://flags#scheduler-configuration", then next to “Scheduler Configuration,” choose Enables Hyper-Threading on relevant CPUs and then restart

      Does seem quite a bit faster loading pages after setting it to enabled
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    • got mine and its amazing for the price, fast enough for the price and build quality and features like fingerprint sensor, and touch screen and pen, and 65W usb-c charger are all super premium, way better then that 130 PoS tablet i bought from Lenovo last Black friday which is now my permanent ifit treadmill tablet (it is pperfectly fine for that at least)
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    • Mine just shipped from KY, guess these are coming from the States.



      Darn really wanted the fingerprint reader, wonder if they'll offer compensation.
      Mine came from the US as well. Arrived within 3 days of shipping.

      The fingerprint reader is worth it! So much faster to unlock.
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    • Mine just shipped from KY, guess these are coming from the States.
      Where is the fingerprint reader located? It seems mine doesn't have one. The model number is 20UXS06A00. Did I receive a defective unit?
      Darn really wanted the fingerprint reader, wonder if they'll offer compensation. I’ll update if mine has it once it arrives.
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    • Oh they are able to ship another one before i send the old one back?
      I did this with a monitor and they shipped me a new one. I have 5 days to ship back the old one after receipt.
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