US EDU Giveaway - January '24

Edit: CONGRATS to this month's winner,    


Enter to win a Lenovo Yoga 6!

Kick off the new year with a chance to win a new Yoga laptop in 2024 from the Lenovo EDU Community!

What new years resolutions would you pursue with this device?

Use the widget above to enter the giveaway.
Contest open to US LenovoEDU members only.

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  • Congratulations,  !

    Welcome to the multiverse of Lenovo's Community-giveaway winners! :-)

    btw- If you are looking for something to pair with your new Yoga 6, you may want to check out Lenovo PS8 Portable Solid State Drive 1TB — currently on sale for $69.99.  I bought one in December.  It's been a lifesaver.  It really reads and writes at ≈1 GiB/s¹!  It's cut the time required for my (uncompressed) files backup, to ⅒th what it had been with my thumb-drive.  It's so great!

    ¹ Using ExFAT partition(s).  I'm using a current Linux distribution and kernel.  I still need to test the drive with Windows 11.  But, using Linux, I only get 400–500 MiB/s — when I write to an NTFS partition.  I may not have the latest kernel-module for NTFS.  I plan to write a full review, after I've tested it on Windows 11.  But, there's no problem writing at ≈1 GiB/s, with Linux, to the ExFAT partition.  The drive came pre-formatted as a 1 TB ExFAT partition.  But, I replaced that partition with 3 partitions — only one of which is ExFAT.

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  • Congratulations,  !

    Welcome to the multiverse of Lenovo's Community-giveaway winners! :-)

    btw- If you are looking for something to pair with your new Yoga 6, you may want to check out Lenovo PS8 Portable Solid State Drive 1TB — currently on sale for $69.99.  I bought one in December.  It's been a lifesaver.  It really reads and writes at ≈1 GiB/s¹!  It's cut the time required for my (uncompressed) files backup, to ⅒th what it had been with my thumb-drive.  It's so great!

    ¹ Using ExFAT partition(s).  I'm using a current Linux distribution and kernel.  I still need to test the drive with Windows 11.  But, using Linux, I only get 400–500 MiB/s — when I write to an NTFS partition.  I may not have the latest kernel-module for NTFS.  I plan to write a full review, after I've tested it on Windows 11.  But, there's no problem writing at ≈1 GiB/s, with Linux, to the ExFAT partition.  The drive came pre-formatted as a 1 TB ExFAT partition.  But, I replaced that partition with 3 partitions — only one of which is ExFAT.

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  • I just bought the PS6! 1 TB LOL!