Seeing the title, you know what packs will be packed with today. I pack the pack and I’m tunim. And those 50,000 laptops can read the post before you get the help.
And I’m already apologizing because the laptop that I will review today will cost around 50 thousand rupees, around around Tk 52,000. The model is the Intel Core i5-8250U version of Lenovo IdeaPad 320. The body of Lenovo IdeaPad 320 is made of plastic. There is nothing except the logo of Lenovo at the front. Seeing Matt Finishing looks like an aluminum finishing which will give you a premium look. Anybody who likes it. But its body did not seem so strong. However, its flip is about 180 degrees and the view is quite good as well in this budget. The dimension of the 15.6 inch device is 37.8 x 26 cm, weighing 2.2 kilograms.
All the essential port on the left side of the laptop. Like the Lenovo appellar, Kipatami has given two USB 3.1 ports, as well as a USB 3.1 type-c port. Unfortunately, it does not support Thunderbolt.
There is an HDMI port for display / projector output. There is also an Ethernet and a memory card slot. On the right you get optical drive and a Kismington lock. The exterior talk came to an end and I came to the internal issue. The laptop will be powered by Intel’s latest 8th gen Qualifier i5-8250U quad-core processor with 8 GB DDR4 RAM.
As a GPU, the NVIDIA GeForce 150MX 2GB DDR5 Graphics Card will help you with the blurring gaming on the subject, as well as productivity. Besides, 1 terabyte storage for keeping your personal files, pictures or movies. Being a power-hungary processor, this laptop will be fairly hot. Take a look at the entire loaded heating area –
Because of the latest generation processor, 8GB RAM and dedicated GPU, its benchmark score is satisfactory in the budget. The display will be 15.6 inches 1920 × 1080 HD resolution, which has been rated as average to me. This field seems to have been a draw-out of the device to me.
But its battery backpack seems to me like running in the budget. The 2-cell 35Wh battery will be backed for roughly 4-6 hours. It will give back up to 10 hours of backup in Wifi and Minimam Brightness in Idol mode.
Lenovo has upgraded this device very well from the previous variant. The new quad-core processor works together with a fast and dedicated graphics card. But the biggest problem is that I have a low screen of IdeaPad, but because of the display’s drawback of 8 GB RAM, I will look at it with pardon. Even though the battery runtime could be called a Dissent, it could be a bit more, but I would not see it as a problem. But I did not like to have any M.2 options, but if you want to add SSD, use Caddy which will block the options of your DVD drive.
Do not buy the last word or buy? That’s your thing because you have the money, but I will tell you, if you have a budget of Tk 50,000, then with Rs 3,000, I would suggest that to take this model.
I’ll finish pack pack today, with a new review, I’ll be fine for that long. If you want to make a comment and make some mistakes or know. take care.