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Custom Laptop Deals: Build Your Own & Save
What’s better than “building your own” laptop with customized components and features? How about getting a sale price on the system, too? Lenovo has dedicated this web page to nothing but sale-priced, build your own laptops. If you don’t like shopping for PCs off-the-shelf or feel that pre-configured systems aren’t ideal for your needs, a custom laptop may be the solution. Best of all, by choosing one of the Lenovo models shown here, you’ll also know you’re getting a great price.
How to save on a custom laptop
Start by selecting one of these sale-priced laptops – depending on the type of promotion and what’s in stock, the selections may include ThinkPads, IdeaPads, Yoga 2-in-1s, Legion gaming systems and more. Then click the “Customize and buy” button to reveal all the optional components you can pick, from CPUs and GPUs to high-resolution displays, RAM enhancements and different kinds of storage drives.
In the end, you’ll get a quality Lenovo laptop with the exact features you want – and at a price you’ll love.
Customize a sale-priced laptop from Lenovo
As you move through the options presented for each system, the displayed price of your new laptop will rise or fall based on your selections. A processor upgrade typically increases the cost, as does adding optional software. Downgrading the RAM volume or hard drive generally lowers the cost. Keep making selections until you’ve arrived at the exact configuration you want.
The options you’ll see depend on the base model you select. At each point, consider your real needs – do you save lots of files, or do work that requires a high level of visual detail? Each answer will help you decide what to select.
Here are some of the questions you’ll face as build your own Lenovo laptop:
- Want more computing power? Move up to a faster processor.
- Is the system for work or play? Choose a “Pro” or “Home” operating system.
- Use lots of programs at once? Upgrade the system memory with more RAM.
- Need lots of storage? Swap the standard 265 GB drive for a 1 TB version.
- Prefer sharp visuals? Go from Full HD to QHD or UHD/4K, if available.
- Play games or create videos? Upgrade to a high performance graphics card.
To help you customize your laptop during the process, you’ll find helpful notes about the function of each optional component and how different selections can affect laptop performance. For more tips on shopping for a new computer, check out our Laptop Buying Guide.