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Lenovo IdeaPad 100S 11" Laptop $217 Free C&C or $7.95 postage @ Harvey Norman

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The IdeaPad 100S Laptop from Lenovo provides you with the essentials you need to get the job done, and proves efficient value through its lightweight and compact design, which also makes portability near effortless. The IdeaPad 100S features an Intel Atom Z3735F Quad Core Processor, an 11.6-inch High Definition anti-glare Display, a Windows 10 Home Operating System, 802.11b/g/n connectivity, and much more slim-packed beauty.

Key Features

Enhanced: Windows 10 Home features InstantGo technology, which speeds up boot and resume processes, so you're not waiting for the machine to catch up with you.
Reliable: a quad-core Intel Atom Z3735F processor provides speed for nimble browsing, beautiful images and quick responsiveness to whatever you're working on - or playing. It capably delivers both improved performance and energy efficiency.
Display: weighing in at a mere 1.0kg and being just 1.75cm thin complete with a 1366x768 HD anti-glare display, the IdeaPad 100S proves perfect for your on-the-go lifestyle.
Connectivity: as well as two USB 2.0 ports and a Micro HDMI-out port, the Ideapad 100S contains a convenient 2-in-1 card reader (SD, MMC) for easy storage capability. It also has 802.11 b/g/n WiFi connectivity and Bluetooth 4.0, so you can connect to the Internet wherever you are.

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  • +6 votes

    I prefer the look of this laptop, but value for money still can't beat Dell Inspiron 11 3000 Laptop (Pentium N3710 Quad-Core + 128GB SSD) - $319.20 Delivered @ Dell eBay.

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    I picked this laptop up for $228 from Harvey Norman (with a $25 off voucher) in December 2015. Hasn't got much cheaper.

    Probably not a bad laptop for older folk who dont need the snappiest laptop in the world but I was a bit disappointed in the speed. Also whilst it says that it is Bluetooth enabled I was unable to get this working. Perhaps it was a defect with mine?

    I picked up one of the Dell Inspiron 11 (N3710) laptops recently and would say it is definitely worth the extra $100.

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      i got the 14" variant.

      I like it and the Bluetooth works fine. Its thin and light. Plan on taking it to the UK when I move there

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      Got 100s for $203 with $25 voucher around the same time. Kids have smashed the screen, ripped some keys and dropped water on the keyboard. Half of keyboard is not working. Now it's attached to kids TV with wireless keyboard. It is almost always on for last 1 year and functional parts are still going strong.

      It is great laptop for basic web browsing and light work. The screen was worst among all the cheap laptops so I won't recommend it for watching videos.

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        Yeah would agree with you. Fine for browsing and light work. Gets a bit painfu if you want do do anything more.

        Having said that it is still going strong after 14 months.

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      For a $217 laptop running an atom processor and 2GB ram, I think I would be disappointed in the speed too.

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        Well my experience has given you some objective evidence that definitely lends further credence to your hypothesis. Glad I could help.

    • +4 votes

      Probably not a bad laptop for older folk who don't need the snappiest laptop in the world……..

      There - fixed it for you.

      • +1 vote

        Hahaha. Thought that was a bit rude after I wrote it. Apologies for any offense taken.

        Im not the youngest whippersnapper in the world. Just know that younger people generally want things now now now…

        Whereas as we grow older we get used to a bit of delayed gratification. :)

  • -2 votes

    Good to see it doesn't have the faulty atom C2000 series chip which is bricking network and NAS devices.

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    This a very old CPU the atoms are on the 8300 series already ….. Ok if all you need is a browser.

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      I'm using this CPU on my little Acer. Browsing is one thing, but I also use it for word processing, light gaming, Steam home streaming, and, believe it or not, photo editing. It has its limits though.

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        light gaming

        Solitaire?

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          Badum tiissshhh…. Nah. I've played Castle Crashers, Battle Block Theatre and Pit People on it. Obvious The Behemoth fan here.

          Could probably play some DOSBox games on here easily, and probably some some old FPS games like Quake and what not.

  • -2 votes

    So old, NO USB 3.0?

    Where were they hiding these?

    Guess if you have no expectations….90 yr old grandma who does email? Maybe?

    Upvoting for price, but wonder who will use it @ 32GB.

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    Max RAM, anyone?