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Lenovo Ideapad 530S

Hey neighbors!!

Check out this Lenovo Ideapad 530S.  It has a 15" screen and is light weight ad extremely portable for a laptop this size.  It weighs all of 3.72 lbs.  The polished aluminum finish is beautiful.  The Harman Speakers optimized with Dolby Audio have excellent sound, so go ahead and turn it up.

From Lenovo:
Ideapad 530S packs a punch with lightning-fast application performance and robust storage options. Equip yourself with up to 8 GB DDR4 memory and up to 512 GB PCIe SSD storage.

Love the display that allows you to watch videos in sharp color.  Photos also look sharp, which is something I need when editing.

Windows Hello allows you to log in quickly by using the fingerprint reader.  It also allows automatic login to Facebook and Paypal.  Windows 10:Thanks to Windows 10, you’ll enjoy streamlined, Microsoft-verified security and superior performance that lasts. Safe cloud storage gives you the convenience of accessing files from multiple devices, and the Ideapad 530S works seamlessly with apps from the Microsoft Store.

This Ideapad has a battery life of 8 hours.  It also has a Rapid Charge that after 15 minutes charging gives you 2 hours of battery life.  The Ideapad comes with USB Type-C 3.1, USB 3.0, HDMI, and a 4-in-1 card reader.  You have everything you need for connecting with your other electronics, cameras and printers.

The Ideapad has bluetooth, a camera 720p HD, 8 GB DDR4 MHz Memory,  and a 512 GB Solid State Drive PCle.  This computer is perfect for a student, family, even some gaming.  If you are looking for a computer for home or the kids consider the Lenovo Ideapad 530S.

You can find out more on the Lenovo website.  Follow Lenovo on their social media:
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rj7777 said…
This sounds like a great item to own. I love that it is so lightweight too. They keep getting more sophisticated with everything. The review was very informative. I will have to check it out. Rita Spratlen

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