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Lenovo IdeaPad 310 $748 (Was $1,697) at Harvey Norman (AMD A12-9700P, 15.6" FHD, 12GB RAM, 1TB HDD)

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$50 less than last month, 56% off last year's price.
Brand Lenovo
Model 80ST001CAU
Colour Black
Processor Brand AMD
Processor Type Quad Core
Processor Model A12-9700P
Processor Speed (GHz) 2.50
Cache Size (MB) 2
Installed RAM 12GB
RAM Type DDR4
Hard Drive Size 1TB
Hard Drive Type HDD
Screen Size (inches) 15.6
Screen Definition Full High Definition
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080
GPU Chipset Manufacturer AMD
GPU Chipset Radeon R5 M430
Graphics Card Memory 2GB
Graphics Card Memory Type Dedicated
Operating System Windows 10
Weight (kg) 2.2000
Manufacturers Express Warranty (months) 12

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  • +5

    Sheesh that original price is a bit hefty for the specs…

  • +2

    There's something about an AMD CPU in a laptop, that makes my skin crawl.

    • nah, maybe just another coffee heater, you don't like bonus features ?

  • +3

    Tough crowd, 12GB of DDR4 and 1080p doesn't sound too bad.

    • +1

      Very tough. Though these Holden/Ford comparisons with Intel & AMD are amusing. Tomayto Tomahto.

    • +2

      Indeed. No one had a sook when I posted it last month for more.

    • I suppose its mainly good bargains that have appeared of late that's raised the bar on what we can get with that same amount of money. I dont actually dislike AMD in any way (My gaming desktop is an FX-8320) but their past performance with Laptop CPUs leaves a lot to be desired with heat and power usage. Not to mention a lot less in actual CPU performance. Not quite a Ford vs Holden example when there's a pretty big divide in those above points.

  • +1

    This is whats its price should be normally without an ssd

  • -1

    USD $369.00 ~ $490.00 AUD here, seems like similar specs; https://flash.newegg.com/Product/9SIA9RF5890772?utm_source=NFEmail020717&utm_medium=index&utm_campaign=SaleBanner_B3C_9SIA9RF5890772&cm_mmc=EMC-NFEmail020717--SaleBanner_B3C_9SIA9RF5890772--NA-_-9SIA9RF5890772

    • +1

      HD screen in that link.

      This one is 1920x1080. Big difference.

  • I think its good value, not a fan of AMD CPU's, but for the average non-gamer/home-office worker who just wants to surf the net, send emails, watch YouTube and create a few Word documents, its a pretty decent machine.

  • Hi ozbargainersss! I think im pretty tech savy until it comes to PCs/macs etc. I have an old sony vaio (10 years old) still works really well but with my new gopro 5 4k filming technology the computer is simply a flop….. its cant even handle 1080p filming properly (gets jumpy and freezes the screen with audio continuing on). Would this laptop be able compute movie editing of a 4k filming file or do i need something more expensive? Any opinions/advice are greatly appreciated

    • 1080p yes. 4K would be a drag.

    • 4k video editing requires as good as a processor as you can afford. Unfortunately AMD's current generation of processors are lagging behind when it comes to compute performance and thermal efficiency. This A12 processor for e.g could be compared against a Kaby Lake i3.

      for video editing workstation you should actually consider getting a desktop, not a laptop

      A $1200 laptop can be easily outperformed by a $800 desktop (cost of parts).

      • good info. Thanks a lot. I think desktop is the way to go then. I could just use it on my tv as well i imagine instead of buying a monitor etc as well. I already have a mouse keyboard etc laying around somewhere. Cheers scrimshaw!