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Got this when booting a new Lenovo laptop a while back. [via Reddit - Tech Support Gore]
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Is it even new?
My goodness,Really ?
@NSDCars5 – According to the comments for the image (see Reddit link above) it was brand new and the guy sent it back…
New??? Then why is there a piece of the trim broken in the lower right next to the model number? Not to mention it says Lenovo (very clearly compared to the rest of the image) yet the bezel looks like an old dell Inspiron.
just as good as:
“no keyboard found, press any key to continue”
@Jeremy It is a Thinkpad, not a Dell. It is a business class laptop so it tries to be reliable instead of pretty. The “broken” trim piece you see is simply the protective plastic sheeting they put on all new computers that you are supposed to peel off before use. Also, notice the link under the article says “a while back”? He could have taken this picture 4 years ago, noob.
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