Lenovo Canada Lenovo: Get a ThinkPad 14" Laptop with AMD Ryzen 5 4500U Processor, 16GB RAM + 512GB SSD for $1189.30 (regularly $1699.00) Save $500 on a Lenovo ThinkPad 14" AMD Laptop!

get this deal
this offer is expired

Finish your assignments with a new laptop from Lenovo, because you can get a ThinkPad E14 Gen 2 14" Laptop for $1189.30 (regularly $1699.00) with free shipping -- a savings of $509.70!

Originally released in June 2020, this latest-generation ThinkPad includes AMD's new six-core Ryzen 5 4500U processor, which has received praise for its value and impressive performance, making it an excellent laptop for students or professionals working from home. A few other specs include:

  • 14" 1080p IPS anti-glare display
  • AMD Ryzen 5 4500U processor with 16GB of RAM and 512GB PCIe SSD
  • 720p HD front-camera with ThinkShutter privacy cover
  • Spill-resistant backlit keyboard with built-in fingerprint reader
  • Ports: 1 x USB-C, 1 x USB-A 3.2, 1 x USB-A 2.0, 1 x HDMI, 1 x RJ45 Ethernet, 1 x 3.5mm audio jack
  • Windows 10 Pro pre-installed

This deal is available online for a limited time and Lenovo.com offers free shipping on all orders with no minimum. Quantities are limited, so shop quickly before stock is gone!

137 Comments

View all
    • How does this compare to the Thinkpad t series? Is it better than the thinkbooks?

      There is a costco gaming ultra book at visions for 1500. Does Lenovo has something similar?
    • Report Post
    • vivibaby wrote: How does this compare to the Thinkpad t series? Is it better than the thinkbooks?

      There is a costco gaming ultra book at visions for 1500. Does Lenovo has something similar?
      From Lenovo's website: (E series is) The perfect balance between, power, portability and price.
    • Report Post
    • If only it didn't have the red dot and ugly trackpad.
    • Report Post
    • Had the Lenovo E570 and it was easily my favourite laptop so far. I'm currently using a 2k lenovo yoga 730 which is crap in comparison.
    • Report Post
    • Does anyone have any experience with their Hybrid Infrared (IR) & HD 720p with ThinkShutter optional addon? Is it worth the $52 upgrade ?
    • Report Post
    • vivibaby wrote: How does this compare to the Thinkpad t series? Is it better than the thinkbooks?

      There is a costco gaming ultra book at visions for 1500. Does Lenovo has something similar?
      Better than the ThinkBook, worse than the T series (build wise). It's a tarted up Ideapad with 80% of the build quality of a traditional ThinkPad. I used an E430 for over 4 years and it has been rock solid. I still have it as a backup/spare laptop and it's still lasts around 4 hours on it's original battery!
    • Report Post
    • geokilla wrote: If only it didn't have the red dot and ugly trackpad.
      Really, always liked the old ibm look. But personal preference I guess.
    • Report Post
    • mtldealwiz wrote: Does anyone have any experience with their Hybrid Infrared (IR) & HD 720p with ThinkShutter optional addon? Is it worth the $52 upgrade ?
      The IR cam is used for Windows Hello face recognition, if that feature is worth $52 to you then go for it, otherwise stick with the regular camera.
    • Report Post
    • Thanks OP, I needed a laptop and this seems like a good deal
    • Report Post
    • I feel like the 999.99 flex 5 from Costco is a better deal than this. And you can get the warranty from Costco 100 extra.
    • Report Post
    • thanks. I decided to go with the regular camera.
    • Report Post
    • GroverTime wrote: I feel like the 999.99 flex 5 from Costco is a better deal than this. And you can get the warranty from Costco 100 extra.
      Both offers are competitive. There are only a few minor differences that would affect my user experience. I ultimately chose the Lenovo deal along with the Education and Rakuten promo.
    • Report Post
    • this new gen with ryzen have heating issues? since ideapad sold out everywhere. Was thinking getting the E15
    • Report Post
    • Is it possible to upgrade Ram on the Ryzen 4700u model? It sems so since the others have an extra Dimm, and specs say up to 32gb, but just wanted to check if corresct.
    • Report Post
    • pbeutch wrote: Is it possible to upgrade Ram on the Ryzen 4700u model? It sems so since the others have an extra Dimm, and specs say up to 32gb, but just wanted to check if corresct.
      You know, this didn't occur to me and I might actually change my order if it's possible. Can anyone else confirm?
    • Report Post
    • gtadealshunting wrote: Really, always liked the old ibm look. But personal preference I guess.
      I loved the red numb back in the day. But I feel like it is outdated and probably not as useful as a nice big trackpad. Having physical buttons on the trackpad these days reduces the actual area of the trackpad.
    • Report Post
    • eugene188 wrote: I loved the red numb back in the day. But I feel like it is outdated and probably not as useful as a nice big trackpad. Having physical buttons on the trackpad these days reduces the actual area of the trackpad.
      I can ignore the weird red dot but tbh the trackpad is the one thing I don't like about this machine. I am coming from a 12" Macbook and I know this IBM trackpad will be a downgrade for me personally. I'm willing to get it anyways because I've just ordered a Nintendo switch lite with the money I "saved" by not buying a new Mac.
    • Report Post
    • Picked up the Ryzen 5 4500U E15 from Memory Express for $950 last week. Great machine so far. Screen feels brighter than other 250 nit screens I have looked at. Fans pretty much don't come on at all under light to moderate use (passive cooling mode under battery settings).

      Here's what I purchased: https://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX00113042
    • Report Post
    • I’m very much debating between this E series 15 inc vs the T590 15 inch

      This needs to last me 5 years of part time online studies so just for office, PDF, PowerPoint, videos
      It will be travelled between home and work shifts so I need touch but not a 20 inch thick tank

      If I order both and decide to keep one... what’s the return policy like?

      Thanks
    • Report Post

Other Computers & Tablets/eReaders Deals

View all
get deal