Lenovo Ideapad 130-151KB Intel Core i7/ 8GB Ram/ 1TB HDD
The days when laptop computers used to be super expensive are long gone. Thanks to the advances in technology and dropping manufacturing costs, there are numerous laptops (from manufacturers both big and small) available across all price segments today. So even for those who just want a notebook PC that handles the basics right, there’s no dearth of choice in the market. And that’s precisely the audience Lenovo is targeting with its Ideapad series. Glancing at the raw specifications, the Lenovo Ideapad 330 appears to be a fairly decent option for those who are in the market to get their first notebook PC.
A horizontal speaker grille sits above the keyboard, whereas the trackpad (along with left and right-click buttons) is below it. Coming to the sides of the Ideapad 110, the left has the power jack, Ethernet port, USB 2.0 (1), USB 3.0 (1) and 3.5mm audio jack (1). On the right, there’s nothing other than a tray-loading optical disc drive and a Kensington lock. There’s also a card reader slot placed at the front edge of the bottom port. Overall, the design and build quality of the Lenovo Ideapad 130 to be appreciably good.
8th Generation Intel
The 8th Generation Intel Core i7-8550U is one of the first quad-core processors in the mainstream Core U lineup. It’s an important chip on the market since upgrade from the previous Dual-core U-series processors to quad-core is a big leap. That’s visible in the i7-8550U benchmark results. Extra performance over its 7th Gen i7-7200U dual-core counterpart while retaining low (15-Watt) power consumption and low heat is a great achievement. The Intel Core i7-8550U is, therefore, a great choice for those who want fast laptop computing without sacrificing portability or battery life.
- Intel Core i7 8550U
- 8GB RAM
- 1TB(1000GB) ROM HDD
- 15.6″ HD Screen
- 1 Year Warranty
- Free DOS