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Thinkpad P1 Gen 2 i7-9850H, 32GB / 512GB, 4K OLED, Quadro - $550 (Anaheim)

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Lenovo Thinkpad P1 Gen 2 laptop. This is still a high end fast laptop, but looking to upgrade.

i7-9850H, 32GB RAM, 512GB NVME, Nvidia Quadro T2000 GPU (roughly equivalent to a GTX 1650 Max-Q), 4K OLED touchscreen, 2x Thunderbolt USB-C, HDMI, 2x USB-A, Full Sized SD Card, Windows Hello IR camera and Fingerprint, backlit keyboard

Some wear on the outside, but nothing major. Thermal paste was replaced with PTM7950 on the CPU and GPU. This model and BIOS still allow undervolting through. I have mine set to a conservative -114.3 on the CPU Core/Cache w/ ThrottleStop.

The 4K OLED screen has some burn-in in the taskbar area. I added pictures of how much they show with different colors. They're more noticeable with light colors, so dark mode helps hide them. If black, the pixels turn off completely, so good for movies.

There are some marks on the screen coating from the keyboard. Not really noticeable when the screen is on.

Battery is still in fair condition, but only has about 57% of its original capacity. It's still enough to watch a movie or get some work done at lower brightness, but I would replace it if you intend to use it off the battery often. I'm almost always connected to power so I haven't bothered to replace it.

No restrictions or security enabled. I will load a fresh copy of Windows 10 or 11 Pro for the new owner.

If you want to trade in your current laptop, I might be open to it with cash going either way to make it fair.

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