Lenovo ThinkPad T440 Laptop PC — 14.1in i5-4300U 8GB 240GB SSD WiFi WebCam USB 3.0 Windows 10 Professional 64-bit (Renewed)

£234.90

  • Operating System: Genuine Windows 10 Professional 64-Bit preinstalled w/COA license
  • Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5-4300U CPU @ 1.90GHz
  • Memory: 8GB DDR3L RAM Hard Drive: 240 GB Solid State Drive
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Leno­vo ThinkPad T440, 4th Gen Intel Core i5-4300U (3M Cache, up to 2.90GHz), 8GB DDR3L RAM, 240GB SSD, 14inch, Intel HD 4600 Graph­ics, Intel 802.11b/g/n wire­less, Blue­tooth, 1Gb Eth­er­net, Ultra­Nav, Trust­ed Plat­form Mod­ule (TPM 1.2) Secu­ri­ty Chip, USB 3.0, Smart Card Read­er, SD Card Read­er, Web­Cam, Gen­uine Win­dows 10 Pro­fes­sion­al 64Bit pre­in­stalled w/COA license + Recov­ery Tools (to repair or rein­stall Win­dows back to fac­to­ry set­tings or to cre­ate a sys­tem recov­ery USB Flash Drive)

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Additional information

Weight 2.32 kg
Dimensions 33.5 × 22.8 × 3 cm
Brand

Lenovo

Product Dimensions

33.5 x 22.8 x 3 cm; 2.32 Kilograms

Batteries

1 Lithium ion batteries required. included

Item model number

26730-microdre#CR

Series

ThinkPad

Form Factor

Laptop

Screen Resolution

1366x768

Resolution

1366x768 Pixels

Processor Brand

Intel

Processor Type

Core i5

Processor Speed

1.9 GHz

Processor Count

2

RAM Size

8 GB

Memory Technology

DDR3L

Computer Memory Type

DDR3 SDRAM

Maximum Memory Supported

8 GB

Hard Drive Size

240 GB

Hard Disk Description

Ssd

Hard Drive Interface

Solid State

Graphics Coprocessor

Intel HD Graphics 4600

Graphics Chipset Brand

Intel

Graphics Card Description

Integrated

Graphics Card Interface

Integrated

Connectivity Type

Bluetooth Wi-Fi

Wireless Type

Bluetooth 802.11bgn

Hardware Platform

PC

Operating System

Windows 10 Pro

Are Batteries Included

Yes

Lithium Battery Packaging

Batteries contained in equipment

Number Of Lithium Ion Cells

6

Item Weight

2.32 kg

ASIN

B07CSXS8BB

Date First Available

2 May 2018

Manufacturer

Lenovo

Reviews

  1. Musi­cat

    A Gen­uine Bar­gain – Buy with Con­fi­denceI hate com­put­ers! They’re designed by geeks for nerds. I’m of aver­age intel­li­gence but even when I dili­gent­ly fol­low the on-screen instruc­tions, things don’t always go as they should when it comes to com­put­ers…… that’s when things get stressful!So you can imag­ine I had some seri­ous con­cerns about buy­ing a “renewed” lap­top. In par­tic­u­lar, the phys­i­cal con­di­tion of a “renewed” machine (espe­cial­ly hav­ing tak­en a clos­er look at some refur­bished ones on oth­er web­sites) and wasn’t look­ing for­ward to set­ting up anoth­er machine from scratch, when my old Dell’s LCD screen start­ed leaking.But hap­py days! I took deliv­ery of my Leno­vo Thinkpad T440 from Com­put­er Remar­ket­ing Ser­vices (CRS) and it looks like new! I’ve looked every­where on the machine and all I can find is a slight bit of wear on the sil­ver plat­ing on the “O” of the Leno­vo logo on the lid and a slight 0.5mm vari­a­tion on the gap between the bat­tery com­part­ment lid and the main cas­ing! Yep, I know, and that is nitpicking.Set up wise noth­ing could be sim­pler. Didn’t even have to mess about with set­tings or enter­ing codes, every­thing went smooth­ly – Plug and Play — con­nect the machine to the mains via the sup­plied adap­tor, turn the machine on, up comes the Microsoft install assis­tant (that vocal­ly tells you what’s going on) and click on the “yes” – “No” – “Accept” tabs accord­ing to your choic­es of set up and you’re away! No stress, no has­sle, no prob­lems – love it! Tip: Old folks, like me, might find things a bit eas­i­er to con­nect a mouse (which is also has­sle free-just plug it in and let Win­dows 10 set it up for you) rather than nav­i­gate around the screen using the lap­top keyboard.CRS thank you so much! Anoth­er hap­py cus­tomer. I love com­put­ers, when they work!

  2. Jay

    Leno­vo Ultra­pad T450sAbsolute­ly bril­liant val­ue. We use these devices at work so I know the T450s is a good lap­top. The qual­i­ty of the item I received is amaz­ing. It’s like it came brand new from the fac­to­ry. Micro­Dream is an incred­i­ble com­pa­ny. The com­put­er looks fan­tas­tic, is high spec and light­ning fast. It was com­pre­hen­sive­ly test­ed and came with a report of all the tests done (loads) and the results. I wish I had known about Micro­Dream before I bought my father a bog stan­dard con­sumer device last year.I will return to this com­pa­ny in the future, via Ama­zon or direct if they are not sell­ing on Ama­zon. And speak­ing of Ama­zon, deliv­ery was spot on. Thanks!

  3. Mr Daniel L Shone

    Hap­py — good val­ue for per­for­mance (so far)I’ve had this a few months now and over­all hap­py, here are my pros and cons (not many cons tbh)Pros:Looks basi­cal­ly new. (I was­n’t sure when order­ing what to expect but looks good)The main one for me is that its quick, I bought it to play games on. More old-school nos­tal­gia games off Steam like Com­mand and Con­quer remas­tered or Roller­coast­er Tycoon, so not sure how good it will be with big­ger, mod­ern games. But for the games I use it for its very quick.It boots up instant­ly, very respon­sive when using. Quick­er than my oth­er work lap­top by a mile. So if you’re just using this for work you’ll be fine as chrome and oth­er apps are responsive.Picture qual­i­ty is clear­Its pret­ty light­weight I bought the Inate­ck 15–15.6 Inch Shock Resis­tant Lap­top Sleeve for it and fits nicely.It’s a lot cheap­er than oth­er lap­tops, espe­cial­ly new.For my first refurb I’m pleas­ant­ly surprised.Cons:One or two slight scratch­es or marks, you can tell its not brand new but its very minor and does­n’t impact performance.Main thing is Bat­tery life isn’t as good as a new lap­top, but its not been a big issue for me per­son­al­ly. When play­ing a game charge prob­a­bly only lasts cou­ple hours but I just plug it in. If you’re on the move for long peri­ods it could be an issue.When not plugged in the screen is a lit­tle dark for me, even on full bright­ness, not so dark you can not use it though but I’d pre­fer it brighter — again minor issue and feel like I’m nit pick­ing to fill up my review lol. When plugged in its def­i­nite­ly bright enough for me.So would I buy again or rec­om­mend it? Absolute­ly. For the per­for­mance I feel like I have got good val­ue, it has good specs and runs a beau­ty and did­n’t cost a lot.Was I ner­vous about buy­ing a refurb? Absolute­ly, but I’m glad I did. I’m only a few months in and peo­ple say refurbs may have a short­er lifes­pan so prob­a­bly come back to me in a year, but so far very hap­py and would buy refurb again. So much cheaper!

  4. Bri­an Wood

    Could­n’t be more pleasedVery impressed. A refur­bished T440 unit with SSD stor­age, Core i5 proces­sor, non-glare non-reflec­tive IPS screen with night­light, weigh­ing less than 2 lbs — what’s not to like?. Espe­cial­ly at the price.Although the sell­er had done a good job at try­ing to return the out­side matt black fin­ish to its ex-fac­to­ry fin­ish, there were still a few (bare­ly vis­i­ble) scratch­es which I found to be more than accept­able. How­ev­er, on open­ing the lid, the screen and key­board with sur­round­ing fas­cia were immac­u­late. Add to that the speed com­pared with my pre­vi­ous Leno­vo, a 15.6 in. 1TB HDD unit and I am a very pleased customer.

  5. Ian B

    Com­pact, sol­id and almost cer­tain­ly reli­able lap­topLeno­vo Thinkpads are known to be reli­able ‘cor­po­rate’ work­hors­es when it comes to mobile com­put­ing. This renewed item looked absolute­ly brand new (OK, with­out the orig­i­nal pack­ag­ing, admit­ted­ly). I know it is a mod­el that is sev­er­al years old, but it was designed and built to last. The screen is great, 8Gb RAM should be plen­ty and while the 256Gb SSD is only mod­er­ate in size, it is easy to add some addi­tion­al stor­age via SD card or a com­pact USB device. I have a feel­ing this lap­top will go on and on, which is great. Some may say it is not the most styl­ish and they may well be right, but if you want a reli­able lap­top, this may be just the thing to go for. Espe­cial­ly at just over £400. Very hap­py so far. Also comes with a 1 year Ama­zon Renewed guar­an­tee. It was deliv­ered quick­er than had been orig­i­nal­ly stat­ed, so good on that front, too. Micro­Dream seem to know how to deliv­er ‘the goods’ in every sense!

  6. Droid

    Great upgrade and great val­ue for mon­eyNeed­ed to replace my 10 year old Leno­vo N500 and have been look­ing at var­i­ous lap­tops, but none had just the right spec for my needs (i5, 8GB RAM, SSD, good price), but the T440 ticked all the box­es. Ordered it and received it in good time and due to its speed com­pared to my old lap­top, it was up and run­ning and typ­ing into Face­book with­in 15 min­utes. Great pur­chase and an over­all great expe­ri­ence, so far.

  7. Mho Farad

    Well Fea­tured Lap­top at a rea­son­able price but check the key­board!My old lap­top was pur­chased in 2003 and has served me well. Sad­ly it has been bypassed by con­tin­u­al upgrad­ing of hard­ware and espe­cial­ly soft­ware. The final straw was when it would no longer log on to many web­sites as its oper­at­ing sys­tem was out of date (that fac­tor also pre­vent­ed me from down­load­ing Win­dows 10.)This Leno­vo machine arrived in as new con­di­tion and was quick­ly set up with MS Office and sev­er­al oth­er appli­ca­tions, all of which per­formed well.It was inter­est­ing to com­pare the new lap­top with its 2003 pre­de­ces­sor to see how tech­nol­o­gy has changed:1 The old machine was a 17inch Toshi­ba which has a superb dis­play, even by mod­ern stan­dards while the Leno­vo is just 14inches. The most notable dif­fer­ence, there­fore, is the over­all weight — the Tosh is “lug­gable” near­ly tear­ing your arm out of its sock­et to car­ry, while the Leno­vo is delight­ful­ly light weight.2 This machine uses SSD tech­nol­o­gy for all its stor­age so is inher­ent­ly faster than the HDD dri­ves of old.3. Leno­vo pro­vide two point­ing devices — a track pad sim­i­lar to those found on many machines, plus “nip­ple” in the mid­dle of the key­board. This is essen­tial­ly a joy­stick to move your cur­sor around the screen. Once posi­tioned you can tap the track pad or the enter key to per­form your desired action. Both sys­tems tend to be slow to use and gen­er­al­ly require two-hand­ed oper­a­tion. For per­son­al pref­er­ence, my first acces­so­ry pur­chase was a mouse.4 This Leno­vo machine was a ful­ly refur­bished mod­el, and looked brand new. It was set up with Win 10 pre­in­stalled and set to UK lan­guage set­ting. Sad­ly, the key­board sup­plied on the machine sup­plied was a US lay­out so it was miss­ing sev­er­al impor­tant keys for UK usage — notably £ €, while the @ and # keys are repo­si­tioned from the UK lay­out. The prob­lem is not insur­mount­able, but is incon­ve­nient to UK users. a. Change set­ting to Amer­i­can Eng­lish so that soft­ware and key­caps line up. Access the UK sym­bols using the Alt func­tion or the MS Sym­bol map. Your dic­tio­nary will be Amer­i­can! b Keep to UK Eng­lish to let you pro­duce the var­i­ous sym­bols and load the UK dic­tio­nary. You will have to mem­o­rise the posi­tions of the UK sym­bols. Pic­tures of the two lay­outs are read­i­ly avail­able on the inter­net. c. It is pos­si­ble to load both UK and US lan­guages into the sys­tem so you can switch between them — this may be use­ful if you are also using an exter­nal UK key­board, for exam­ple if plug­ging into a dock­ing sta­tion. d. I used to work with an Amer­i­can com­pa­ny so this issue was com­mon on our com­put­ers. We also noticed that if we just used a cur­ren­cy sym­bol in front of a num­ber, the Amer­i­cans were so used to using dol­lars they often assumed that was what was intend­ed so we would abbre­vi­ate to UKPds or Eur to dis­tin­guish from US$. e. A UK key­board also has anoth­er fea­ture — an Alt­Gr (Alter­na­tive Graph­ics) key to the right of the space key. Using this with with the vow­el keys displays/prints the let­ters with an accent, e.g. Alt­Gr E = éWhen I went back and looked in detail at the prod­uct pho­tos it was pos­si­ble to see that a US key­board was pic­tured but I was dis­ap­point­ed that this fac­tor was not high­light­ed in the prod­uct descrip­tion. It is an issue to be aware of if this is impor­tant to you.

  8. MR GADGETS

    smash­ing !!!!!Need­ed a spare lap­top imme­di­ate­ly with an RJ45 port ( Eth­er­net ) to do some engi­neer­ing with. Hey presto there it is in the pic feed­ing info into an indus­tri­al con­trol pan­el. ( most wal­ly man­u­fac­tur­ers have binned the RJ45 ports these days but us engi­neers love them for lots of rea­sons ).Micro dreams came up with one with 16G Ram and 512 SSD in a day ish. And nil Cur­rys tech­no waf­fle to endure with some­one telling you the pink and white one is best because it comes with a mouse.It’s a refurb in tru­ly immac­u­late as new con­di­tion. Nev­er ever con­sid­ered a refurb before and was extreme­ly impressed with deliv­ery and the lappy.Give your­self a pat on the back Micro­dreams — in fact I might get anoth­er to give myself a rest from Win­dows 10 glurp and have a play with Linux.

  9. Peter Har­ris

    Crazy, Amaz­ing Val­ue!!AMAZING VALUE!! £415 for a like brand new lap­top, with Win­dows 10 Pro, 16GB of RAM, and 512SSD hard disk. Crazy, but this is the bar­gain of the year. It’s like a new machine, spot­less­ly clean, I can see any scuff marks or marks for that mat­ter. If you need an all singing all danc­ing machine look no fur­ther. I’m so please with my new lap. Brilliant!!***UPDATE*** I found a prob­lem. Although Win­dows 10 is active on the machine when you get it. Win­dows was say­ing the prod­uct key was already active on anoth­er machine. I got around this by chat­ting with Ama­zon. I went to my Orders and clicked on the orange but­ton: “Get Prod­uct Sup­port” and click on the chat. One of Ama­zon’s helpers pro­vid­ed me with a piece of code to enter via the (cmd) com­mand line prompt and this pro­duced a new prod­uct key. I was then able to acti­vate Windows.

  10. Mrs. M. R. Smith

    GreatiI can hon­est­ly say this didn’t match my expec­ta­tion, it went above it. I was expect­ing it to look used but in good con­di­tion. It I had been told it was brand new I would have believed it. The touch pad took a bit of get­ting used to as it is dif­fer­ent to what I’ve used before. It was just what I was look­ing for. It arrived on time, well packed, not usu­al poly beads or bub­ble wrap, it was a blow up plas­tic case. Not seen one before.

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