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[Afterpay, eBay Plus] Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3 14" Laptop, i3 10th Gen, 8GB DDR4, 128GB SSD, FHD TN $461.50 Delivered @ TGG eBay


Regular price seems to be $749, previous discounted price &636 according to pricehipster.
Use the Afterpay refferal to bring it down to $431.5.
Got free shipping with ebayplus, not sure about regular ebay accounts.

I was after a laptop replacement for my daugther in high school. Criterrias were 14" size, SSD, FHD screen, decent RAM & battery and mid range processor (no celeron…).

Family IdeaPad 3
Operating System Windows 10 S
Screen Size 14"
Display Type 14″ FHD (1920×1080) TN 220nits Anti-glare
Display Resolution 1920 x 1080
Touch Screen No
Processor Intel Core i3-1005G1 (2C / 4T, 1.2 / 3.4GHz, 4MB)
RAM Size 8GB (4GB Soldered DDR4-2666 + 4GB SO-DIMM DDR4-2666)
Storage Size 128GB SSD M.2 2242 PCIe 3.0×2 NVMe
Storage Type SSD
Graphics Processing Type Integrated Intel UHD Graphics
HDMI Input 1
Card Reader 4-in-1 Card reader
Optical Drive No
Webcam 0.3MP Camera
Bluetooth 5.0
Battery Life Up to 9 hours
Colour Platinum Grey
High Definition (HD) Audio, Stereo speakers, 1.5W x2, Dolby Audio
Weight (kg) 1.85
Height (cm) 1.99
Width (cm) 32.71
Depth (cm) 24.1
Additional Features 0.3MP Camera, Anti-glare screen
What's In The Box Lenovo IdeaPad Slim-3 14" Notebook, Power Charger, Warranty Card, Quick Start Guide, Product Brief
Manufacturer's Warranty 12 Month

Original Coupon Deal

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closed Comments

  • +1

    Nice. Might pick this up as a Windows 11 tester

    • +1

      Does it have TPM 2.0?
      I'm guessing it is new enough to be OK.

      • Good question, not sure… Could not find anything to confirm.

        • +1

          There are workarounds - google it - change 1 file. But what a pain just for windows 11.

        • +1

          You can install Windows 11 without TPM 2.0. I replaced the file with the same name in the Windows 10 installation image with the source/install.wim in the Windows 11 image, and then used the setup.exe in the Windows 10 installation image to upgrade.

      • +2

        built into the chip. TPM has been a requirement for years, it's just usually disabled.