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Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 1i 14" 768p, Celeron N4020, 4GB RAM, 64GB eMMC, Win 11 $277 + Shipping ($0 C&C/ in-Store) @ The Good Guys

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This Lenovo IdeaPad laptop's 2.8 GHz Intel Celeron dual-core processor allows you to play games with demanding, intensive action. It features 4 GB of memory, so you can experience fast and responsive system performance. You can focus on clean text and graphics with the Lenovo IdeaPad 81VU00F4AU laptop's 14-inch display with 1366 x 768 resolution. Its 64 GB drive enables you to store all your valuable programs and backups. The laptop comes with a Windows 11 Home operating system. It has an 8-hour battery life, allowing you to continue watching videos and listening to music for a long time. Eliminate latency with this laptop's 1 HDMI port. Its Bluetooth and 802.11ac wireless connectivity lets you enjoy computing without being confined. Compute affordably with this Lenovo laptop

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  • +8

    Lol. That’s all I can say.

  • My first laptop was in 2005, Celeron, 512M/40Gb, $1200, worked perfectly to 2010, then $200 sold.

  • +1

    Love it or hate it many people will still buy these laptops because they can’t afford any better 🤷‍♂️

    • +3

      Not true. They can afford a decent refurb/used. They are just ignorant of it. There is no such excuse for those of us who follow ozbargain.

      • Yes but not everyone thinks like us. I work in tech retail and unfortunately I do sell quite a few of these laptops. The customer specifically wants something new and cheap for their kid or for light usage. At least I make sure they’re aware it’s a very basic machine. They won’t even touch a refurb even though people like you or me see the light and would purchase one of them.

        • What would you suggest then as a check laptop for emails and word docs for uni? I'm on the computer at work all day. Want something cheap and light for uni assignments

  • +4

    Just don't.. Get a refurb.. Alternatively light your money on fire.. You'll get more enjoyment.

    • looking at sending a laptop overseas, can you point me in the direction of some decent ones up to $300?

      • Look on Gumtree and EBay for an older business laptop from a few years back.

        You will easily find refurbished Lenovos with:
        - more powerful dual chips from Intel 7th and 8th gen
        - 8gb ram (double amount)
        - 256gb SSD (faster and more space)
        - also if lucky you might get 1080p screens

        I see them pop up randomly in the $220 to 350 range

  • +2

    What a description. Bravo

    • +1

      That's strong copy

  • $277, almost the right price. let me know when they give me $350 to use it and ill think about it

  • +6

    Real friends don’t let their friends buy this laptop.

  • +1

    I'm wondering if this is good for gaming.

    Thinking of some kind of card game - e.g. patience. Or maybe that find-a-mine thingy.

    • +2

      Solitaire would lock this thing up

      • +2

        1fps when the cards cascade when you finish the game

  • +3

    The first line in description is play demanding games. Lol

  • Here is an example of a used laptop that would put this new laptop to shame.

    https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/revesby-heights/laptops/leno...

    Just the cpu alone is way faster. The screen is FHD also.

    X1 carbon has a nice build.

  • can you add another SSD and RAM for this typing machine ?

  • Would this be an upgrade for my ageing Dv6-1244TX featuring a P8700 with 2 cracking 2.5ghz processors?
    In all seriousness I still use it to play Red Alert 3 and Battlefield 2, but only if it's plugged in. It's like turning the A/C off in an old car to get more power up a hill Lol

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