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Lenovo IdeaPad 15.6" Laptop: N3060, 4GB DDR3, 500GB HDD, Win 10 EXPIRED

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Promoted 09-01-2016 by SubZero5 at 08:42 AM View Original Post
Best Buy has Lenovo IdeaPad 15.6" Windows 10 Laptop (IDEAPAD 110 - 80T7000HUS) on sale for $179.99. Shipping is free. Thanks steadyvg

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  • Intel Celeron N3060 processor
  • 15.6" 1366x768 HD resolution display
  • 4GB DDR3L RAM
  • 500GB HDD
  • Intel HD Graphics 400
  • Ports:
    • 1x USB 3.0
    • 1x USB 2.0
    • 1x HDMI
  • Windows 10
  • Includes 6-Month Kaspersky Internet Security Subscription (3 Devices, Digital Download)



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Edited September 1, 2016 at 06:40 AM by wuzzy
Lenovo - 15.6" Laptop - Intel Celeron - 4GB Memory - 500GB Hard Drive - Black [bestbuy.com] = $179 ($70 off)

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Lenovo 15.6" Laptop - Intel Celeron - 4GB Memory - 500GB Hard Drive
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Last Edited by Santicity September 1, 2016 at 04:18 PM
Is this a great laptop? No

Is this a good laptop for the price? Yes

If you want something super cheap, that will do basic web browsing / word processing - this is a not a bad deal

Otherwise, pay $50 more and get a decent laptop (personally what I am doing)

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In my experience, 1800 or above for dual-core is what you want to prevent the CPU from being a bottleneck for daily use such as internet browsing and Office. Even 1500 or above is still fairly tolerable.

Expect a dual-core processor with a passmark score of 1035 to be sluggish.

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Shows up as $179 for me.
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Quote from bealskt View Post :
Shows up as $179 for me.
price refreshed after few mins, post updated. thanks and repped
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Have you noticed how no-one seems to troll with:

"TD No HDMI"

anymore? :-)

Great price on a budget system, just what I was looking for. Thanks OP!!!
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Good price on a budget system----repped.
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Passmark score on this CPU is only 1035. Thats so slow. Still a little tempting though, open box ones for $160 near me. Been eyeing a new budget laptop.

edit: looks like there are windows 7 drivers available for this.
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Last edited by bigmace September 1, 2016 at 07:09 AM
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Have you noticed how no-one seems to troll with:

"TD No HDMI"

anymore? :-)
They do and this does have hdmi output.
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Quote from bigmace View Post :
Passmark score on this CPU is only 1035. Thats so slow. Still a little tempting though, open box ones for $160 near me. Been eyeing a new budget laptop.

edit: looks like there are windows 7 drivers available for this.
In my experience, 1800 or above for dual-core is what you want to prevent the CPU from being a bottleneck for daily use such as internet browsing and Office. Even 1500 or above is still fairly tolerable.

Expect a dual-core processor with a passmark score of 1035 to be sluggish.
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Quote from nevsdea View Post :
Have you noticed how no-one seems to troll with:

"TD No HDMI"

anymore? :-)

Great price on a budget system, just what I was looking for. Thanks OP!!!
I saw it in a different thread yesterday. They were a noob. I let them know that "joke" got old about 2 years ago
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Keyboard is very flimsy, speed is ok.
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I grabbed a certified open box for $167 at my local BB. Seems more than serviceable for basic word processing and web browsing. Thanks OP.
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Last edited by marcdub September 1, 2016 at 08:05 AM
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Quote from ThatsNotADeal View Post :
In my experience, 1800 or above for dual-core is what you want to prevent the CPU from being a bottleneck for daily use such as internet browsing and Office. Even 1500 or above is still fairly tolerable.

Expect a dual-core processor with a passmark score of 1035 to be sluggish.
This is the same processor as the baseline Braswell NUC from last year. When paired with a 1080p monitor the thing is passable as an HTPC as long as program makes use of hardware acceleration for the video.

Web browser video can be hit or miss on Chrome/Opera, but Edge uses HW acceleration in-browser and seems to work fine for all video sources.

At the lower resolution for this laptop it would be passable for most applications that you could also perform on a chromebook.

The N3150 is considerably faster as a similar TDP and the Pentium 3805U is much much faster and uses only slightly more power.
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I am really trying to decide if I should buy this for my daughter... She will use it for internet, Microsoft Office and Netflix... Will this processor hold up, or should I wait until Black Friday? Advice?
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