The Design of the Lenovo IdeaPad 100 is as inoffensive as possible. It is also look just a black rectangle with a slight carbon fiber-esque texture on the lid. It is the mid-size sedan of laptop designs.
IT’s only $399 price.
Design and Features:
- Processor: Intel Celeron N2840 processor (2.16GHz 1333MHz 1MB).
- Operating system: Windows 8.1, 64bit.
- Display: 15.6″ HD Glossy with integrated camera (1366×768).
- Memory: 4.0GB PC3L-10600 DDR3L SDRAM 1333 MHz.
- Hard Drive: 250GB 5400 RPM.
- Network Card: Lenovo BGN Wireless.
- Pointing device: Click-pad.
Display and Audio:
The Ideapad 100’s 14-inch, 1366 x 768 display is vibrant enough for surfing the Web and watching a few videos, but don’t expect to be dazzled. The display resolution is on a par with that of the HP Stream 13, but it doesn’t boast full HD .
Battery performance Review:
it battery levels is very good ,you also make a good feels to use battery performance.Up to 4 hours’ battery life with 40Whr battery.
On top of its subpar battery life, the Ideapad 100 can get a bit too hot for comfort. After streaming HD video for 15 minutes, the laptop’s underside hit 103.5 degrees, which is well above our 95-degree comfort threshold. Although the notebook’s touchpad and keyboard rose to a tolerable 90 degrees each, the Ideapad’s toasty underside make it less than ideal for long hours of lap use.
Over All Lenovo IdeaPad 100 :
The Lenovo IdeaPad 100 is a great laptops aslo reasonable price. Lenovo set out to compete with Chromebooks with this laptop, and that’s exactly the kind of performance you can expect—so make sure you get it at a Chromebook-style cost. I’d say between $250-300 and not a penny more.