Lenovo is a multinational tech company, which hails from Beijing, China. The World’s largest PC vendor by the total number of units sold, Lenovo is a trustworthy name today. From personal computers, laptops, Smartphones to electronic storage devices, and smart televisions, they sell a lot of products. Lenovo Notebook (โน๊ตบุ๊ค lenovo, which is the term in Thai) is the affordable option of laptops that the company offers. They price their devices aggressively and buyers seem to love that.
Here are a few of the great Notebooks that they offer:
· Buy The Lenovo Ideapad 330 Intel Core i5
The Lenovo Ideapad 330 is one of the cheapest laptops in the market with Intel’s Core i5 processor. The 8th Generation Core i5 is a quad-core processor with a speed of 1.6 GHz. On storage options, you get a massive 2 TB of HDD. It comes with a dedicated graphics card, the AMD Radeon Graphics 530.
This ensures that you play hours of games without fearing about lags. You also get 8 GB of DDR4 RAM, which will help you to execute smooth multitasking. The screen is a 15.6 inches 1366×768 LED one, which is more than fine for daily use and gaming. Having a standard 2.2 Kg of weight, the Lenovo Ideapad 330 is a great option to buy if you are happy with DOS.
· Buy The Upgraded Lenovo Ideapad 330 Intel Core i7
The Lenovo Ideapad also has this upgraded version where you get a Core i7 processor. It is an 8th Generation Core i7 with an increased speed of 1.8 GHz. Like the previous version, you get a massive 1 TB storage option. It comes with 4GB of dedicated graphics memory of Nvidia GeForce MX150, which is itself very powerful.
Gaming will not be an issue in this processor and graphics card combo. The Hexa-core processor also comes with the same 8 GB DDR4 RAM to max the performance levels. Besides these, the screen size is the same. You get a Windows OS though.
· Buy The Lenovo Ideapad 320 Intel Core i3
The Lenovo Ideapad 320 packs the Core i3 processor in it. The Core i3 6th Generation processor makes sure you play most of the games easily, except for a few hardcore games. You get almost all the same specs at some lower cost price. There is no dedicated graphics memory though, and you get 4 GB of DDR4 RAM that will still make apps run nicely.
These were the most affordable laptops from Lenovo that you can buy.