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Lenovo Thinkpad T450s

b1lk1

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Depends on what else comes with it, but if it has a power supply and is mostly flawless then you could get $250 or so.
 

sswilson

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I'm guessing it's the 1600X900 screen?

I paid $450 (delivered) for a Dell E7440 w/ a 1080p touchscreen and a 120GB SSD so (IMO of course) I'd think $250 - $300 would be reasonable considering yours is one gen newer w/ a better sized SSD, but lower res non-touch screen and no OS.

I'm curious about the lack of OS.... were they purchased without an OS initially, or is there a procedure to (and reason for) de-link the original COA?
 

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I'm curious about the lack of OS.... were they purchased without an OS initially, or is there a procedure to (and reason for) de-link the original COA?
Or the key was "accidentally" wiped out of the BIOS :whistle:

I've done that a few times with the Lenovos at work now, sometimes the BIOS flashing goes wrong and nukes the serial number, OEM key, model number, etc.

Depending on the condition of it, $300ish would be fair I think. It's 3 generations behind now and I would assume there's no warranty offered like you get with refurbished units.
 

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Thanks for the suggestions guys. These are off lease units, wiped for security. Sometimes the Windows 7/8/10 key is provided, sometimes not. In any case I can't guarantee the key works so I just sell the hardware. Often it is found under the battery but that's a bonus to the buyer. Will post to BST soon.
 
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