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Lenovo IdeaPad 1 15.6" Laptop: N6000, 4GB RAM, 1080P Display, 128GB eMMC Expired

$150
$249.99
+ $15 S&H
+42 Deal Score
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Costco Wholesale has for its Members: Lenovo IdeaPad 1 15.6" Laptop (82LX0050US) on sale for $149.99. Shipping & handling is $14.99.

Thanks to Community Member Donnie Dillsko for finding this deal.

Specs (source):
  • Includes Microsoft Office 365 Personal (1-Year Subscription)
  • Intel Pentium Silver N6000 Quad-Core 3.3GHz CPU 
  • 15.6" FHD (1920x1080) TN 220nits Display
  • 4GB DDR4-2933 RAM
  • 128GB eMMC 5.1 Memory
  • Windows Home 11 in S Mode
  • Ports:
    • 1x Card reader
    • 1x HDMI 1.4b
    • 1x Headphone / microphone combo jack (3.5mm)
    • 1x Power connector
    • 1x USB 2.0
    • 1x USB 3.2 Gen 1
    • 1x USB-C 3.2 Gen 1
  • 42Wh Battery
  • Weight: 3.42-lbs

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    • This is $100 lower than the typical price of $249.99.
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Model 82LX0050US

Productivity Software:

1-Year Subscription for Microsoft Office 365 Personal
Microsoft 365 Personal (1-Year) is pre-installed.
The latest versions of: Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook (Publisher and Access are available on PC only).
An extra 1TB of online storage in OneDrive.
60 minutes of Skype™ calls each month to phones in 60+ countries.
Processor & Memory:

Intel® Pentium® Silver N6000 Processor
4GB DDR4 2933MHz RAM
Drives:

128GB eMMC TLC Solid State Drive
No Optical Drive
Operating System:

Microsoft® Windows 11 Home in S Mode (64-bit)
Windows 11 in S Mode works exclusively with apps from the Microsoft Store within Windows
All Microsoft Store apps are verified and designed for superior performance and security
An optional one-way switch out of S Mode to Windows 11 Home is available
Graphics & Video:

15.6" LCD with LED-Backlit Anti-Glare FHD (1920 x 1080) Display
Integrated Intel® UHD Graphics
Communications:

Wi-Fi 6 (2x2/160) Gig+ and Bluetooth® 5.0
Integrated 720p Webcam
Audio:

2x 1.5W Speakers with Dolby® Audio
Keyboard:

Standard Keyboard
Ports & Slots:

1x USB 3.0 Type-C
1x USB 3.0
1x USB 2.0
1x HDMI-Out
1x SD Card Reader
1x Headphone/Microphone Combination Jack
Battery:

3-Cell 42WH Lithium Battery
Additional Information:

Dimensions: 14.17" L x 9.29" W x 0.70" H
Approximate Weight: 3.52 lbs


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Last Edited by itsme13 November 14, 2023 at 07:00 PM
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I picked this one up today and can chime in on a few quick things.

Yes, it's not the quickest thing, however it can be very fast with some small tweaks.

1) Opted out of S mode - pretty painless.

2) debloated - just manually uninstalled the preinstalled apps. Im sure there's a quicker way to do it with a script.

3) quick adjustments to turning off privacy, notifications, things that send data to Microsoft.

4) 4GB of memory is soldered and added a 8GB DDR stick on the open RAM Slot. System recognizes 12GB now.

5) Open m2 SSD slot - Popped in a old 250 GB Samsung 970 Plus. Boots perfectly and much faster plus have the built in 128GB eMMC for storage. The SSD operates at 3500Mbps where as the eMMC storage is at around 300Mbps.

6) There is also a SD card slot for more storage.

Includes 1 year of office 365 which is solid value if you were already paying $70 a year for it.

The only con I find is the screen. It is VERY lackluster and leaves alot to be desired. It is usable, but thinking of plugging in a monitor if I was going to do any lengthy work on it.

USB C only does data, no charging or display port, however I knew that going in.

It is light and plasticky in a good way and the blue makes it seem more expensive than it is.
Yes I used Macrium Reflect to clone the disk, then the below instructions change the boot disk to the new SSD drive. Afterwards, formatted the 128GB eMMC storage using the disk management tool.

Step 1. Type "UEFI" in the start menu.

Step 2. Click "Change Advanced Startup Option

Step 3. Click "Restart Now" in the Advanced Startup" section

Step 4. After the computer reboots it will come up to a blue screen with "Continue", "Turn off your PC", "Use a device" and "Troubleshoot". Go ahead and click "Troubleshoot"

Step 5. Click "Advanced Options" and click "UEFI Firmware Settings" and click "Restart"

Step 6. This will open the BIOS screen. Go to the "Boot" menu and make sure that option "eMMC" is on the bottom and your SSD is above it.
Not sure why people make such a big deal out of this, let alone a factor in the buying decision. You can simply opt out if it during your initial set up.
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