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Lenovo Ideapad 310 15" Laptop: i3 6100U, 1TB HDD, 4GB DDR4 EXPIRED

Suryasis 1,928 1,151 September 8, 2016 at 02:59 PM in Laptops (17) More Lenovo Deals
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Promoted 09-09-2016 by Discombobulated at 02:12 AM View Original Post
Shop.Lenovo.com has Lenovo Ideapad 310 15" Laptop (80SM003SUS) on sale for $279.99 - $14 off eCoupon code USP310SUS908 (apply in cart) = $265.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis

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Specs
  • i3 6100U 2.3GHZ Processor (6th Gen Skylake)
  • 15.6" 1366x768 HD Glossy Display w/ Integrated Camera
  • 1TB Internal Hard Drive (5400 RPM)
  • 4GB DDR4 Memory
  • Intel HD Grpahics 520
  • DVD Optical Record-able Drive
  • WiFi w/ Bluetooth 4.0
  • 2-Cell 30W Battery
  • Windows 10 Home (64-Bit)
    • Inputs
      • 1x HDMI
      • 1x USB 3.0
      • 2x USB 2.0
      • 1x VGA

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Includes a 1-year base warranty with purchase. Warranty extensions are available for up to three years - Discombobulated

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Edited September 8, 2016 at 05:20 PM by thestreetlight
Lenovo offers Ideapad 310-15ISK 80SM003SUS laptop with 15.6" 1366x768 LED Display, Core i3-6100U 2.3GHz Skylake CPU, 4GB DDR4 2133MHz Ram, 1TB HDD, DVD-RW, WiFi AC, Win10 Home 64 Bit @ $265.99 with coupon code USP310SUS908. Shipping is free and tax in mosts states.

LINK:
http://shop.lenovo.com/us/en/lapt...0-15-inch/

SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • 15.6" 1366x768 LED Display
  • Skylake Core i3-6100U 2.3GHz
  • HD 520 Graphics
  • 4GB DDR4L 2133MHz Ram (20GB Max, 1 Free SODIMM)
  • 1TB 5400 RPM HDD
  • DVD-RW, 2x Stereo Speaker with Dolby Audio
  • 802.11ac WiFi + Bluetooth 4.1 + Gigabit Ethernet
  • 1x USB 3.0, 2x USB 2.0, 4-in-1 Card Reader
  • 1x VGA, 1x HDMI
  • 2 Cell 30 WHr Battery (up to 5 Hrs)
  • 4.8 lbs (2.2 kg)
  • 1 Year Lenovo warranty
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I went through 4 years of college and 2 years of grad school on a budget AMD Turion vista laptop. Heavy usage with coding, physics simulation, and light gaming and that crap laptop could take it. This laptop is much faster than my old laptop so I am sure it's more than enough for 99.99% of what you would use in college. The only possible issue is probably the battery capacity but colleges typically have plenty of places where you could charge the computer. If you want to upgrade this slightly yourself, you can add another 4GB of RAM easily for $18.99 and a cheap 256GB SSD cost $50 these days.
such a ludicrous comment.. 5 years ago this would have been amazing, people got through college just fine. 10 years ago? lol.

Everyone wants to crap on deals and have the best of whats out there. Fact is you don't need it, but its nice to have. Like saying 8gb ram isn't enough. Absolute joke. Unless you're running pro video or music editing software gtfo of here

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This is pretty good. In for 1. Looks from the pictures that the RAM and HDD are easy to access.
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2 cell battery? seems a bit small for the long haul
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Quote from tunaman4u2 View Post :
2 cell battery? seems a bit small for the long haul
These are lenovo budget Laptops and under heavy usage, 4 hours at max. In normal usage, it may go a bit more.
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They charge taxes for New York residents(((
Good deal tho
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Not 4k, not an i7, not a 7200RPM HDD, not 13.3", not under 3lbs, not a 12 cell battery .... pass.
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Backlit?
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Not 4k, not an i7, not a 7200RPM HDD, not 13.3", not under 3lbs, not a 12 cell battery .... pass.

Decent deal...just wish battery was slightly better. But should be good enough for my sister who just started college. Thanks op!
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Backlit?
Nopes.
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dvd drive is a dead weight
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Decent deal...just wish battery was slightly better. But should be good enough for my sister who just started college. Thanks op!
Honestly think this would be an awful computer for college.
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Honestly think this would be an awful computer for college.
Why do you think so? And what would you recommend instead?
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Honestly think this would be an awful computer for college.
This would be a fine computer for college... Maybe not engineering students but for most students it's fine to types essays and low key stuff. 2133mhz ram is really nice for multitasking a few small things (like researching things and typing an essay) and the i3 is a perfect fit for most people who don't need a lot of physical processing power but want to do a few things at once and still get fast response time
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I went through 4 years of college and 2 years of grad school on a budget AMD Turion vista laptop. Heavy usage with coding, physics simulation, and light gaming and that crap laptop could take it. This laptop is much faster than my old laptop so I am sure it's more than enough for 99.99% of what you would use in college. The only possible issue is probably the battery capacity but colleges typically have plenty of places where you could charge the computer. If you want to upgrade this slightly yourself, you can add another 4GB of RAM easily for $18.99 and a cheap 256GB SSD cost $50 these days.
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