A cheap laptop, that is surely something you desire? Well, Lenovo Ideapad 110 (80V70009US) costs just a little, but in exchange you don’t get so good performance. You probably want to know if this notebook is fast enough even for day-to-day use… To that, I’m going to give you answer below!
For the money, the processor performance is decent. You can compare this AMD A4-7210 to Intel Core i3s from the 4th generation. The AMD is a quad-core unit, plus points for that, and clock speed is between 1.8 and 2.2GHz depending if turbo is automatically activated or not. So yeah, it’s sufficient for lightweight multimedia applications and home use, easily.
Remember 500GB 5400RPM hard drives that were the real deal for laptops some years ago? Well, Lenovo Ideapad 110 (80V70009US) has one, and it’s the end of 2016. So you’re getting old technology here, this mainly means slow performance in comparison to solid-state drives. But the price of this laptop is so low, I can not complain too much.
The 4GB memory is decent for home users. Naturally power users would need more, but they shouldn’t buy this laptop in the first place. Anyway you can upgrade the RAM to 8GB if you want to (the manufacturer says so).
I wouldn’t expect miracles from the 15.6 non-touch display, it having just 1366×768 resolution and all. But yeah, let’s not bash it too much, this is a budget notebook. The top bezel has a webcam, you can say hi and goodbye to your friends on Skype video with that.
This computer comes with a DVD burner. In addition, there’s a memory card slot that eats at least SD format cards.
The amount of ports is far from great. You will find one USB 2.0, one USB 3.0 and one HDMI-out for your peripherals and external monitors. For networking, provided are RJ-45 connector and AC 1×1 WiFi card with Bluetooth 4.1 compatibility.
Quite a sad thing for gamers, there’s a very low-end graphics solution in Lenovo Ideapad 110 (80V70009US), the integrated AMD Radeon R3. If you’re into Triple A games you would be unhappy with results: games such as Battlefield 4, Crysis 3 and GTA 5 will hardly go over 20FPS even if you use minimum settings. But many popular (yet lightweight) titles work here, examples being Minecraft and World of Warcraft.
I’ve read the battery life on this machine is quite bad, just around 3 hours. So don’t get it for traveling.
Lenovo Ideapad 110 (80V70009US) is a noteworthy notebook if you’re not very demanding when it comes to performance. See, the AMD processor with 4GB RAM isn’t too heavyweight a combo but will surely suffice for a day of web browsing and videos. That said, you can not throw many games at this rig because of the non-ideal graphics. But if a no-frills laptop for home, perhaps office, is what you desire, this Lenovo should be all you need!