Ideapad 110

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Information about Ideapad 110

Published on October 2, 2016

Author: Rahulgomes

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1. IDEAPAD 110: A WORKHORSE FOR STARTERS FROM LENOVO Lenovo, which has been launching interesting tablet-notebooks at the IFA tech show in Berlin, meanwhile has some straightforward budget offerings back home in India. The Ideapad 110 is a huge 15-inch laptop for a starting price of ₹20,490 that the company says is meant for first-time buyers. Browse our official online store http://www.thedostore.com/ to get a detailed specs on Ideapad 110. Highlights • The Ideapad 110 is lighter than one would expect for its size, but it's still got a footprint large enough to sit best on a table • The large size ofcourse has the advantage that you have a full roomy keyboard and a screen with lots of real estate to it • There are adequate ports, connectivity options and webcam, speakers and microphone • The 110 even has a slim DVD drive — something you don't see often these days Large footprint

2. The Ideapad 110 is lighter than one would expect for its size, but it's still got a footprint large enough to sit best on a table. It sits quite nicely on your lap as well, and remains nice and steady as you work, but it's not ideal for mobility and works much better for someone who won't be traveling too much but will use it in one or two places. It weighs 2.2kg, which means it's carryable but not ultra portable. Spacious keyboard The large size of course has the advantage that you have a full roomy keyboard and a screen with lots of real estate to it. I found the keyboard took a little while to get used to because I've been using much smaller ones. But a new user should be happy enough to get well-spaced out elements and keys with lots of travel to them. These are not backlit, incidentally, and there's no trackpad button, but there's a spacious touchpad which works very well. I feel it's a keyboard more suited to typing with the correct fingers-to-keys format rather than to rapid one-finger typing. Good enough display The 15.6-inch screen isn't a touchscreen. Windows 10 looks good enough on it and includes Cortana, the virtual assistant, available from the home screen. The colours are not exactly bright and vivid on this 1366 x 768 pixels display but they're certainly not washed out. The viewing angles too are adequate though not stellar. The display panel itself tilts back all the way 180 degrees, adding a bit of flexibility to setting the angle one needs when typing — or viewing something. Power Choices This laptop works with Intel’s Celeron Dual Core and Pentium Quad Core Processors. You can go up to 8GB RAM and 1TB disk space. The battery lasts about five hours with moderate usage. There are adequate ports, connectivity options and webcam, speakers and microphone. The 110 even has a slim DVD drive — something you don't see often these days. Pros Cons Value for money ratio Weight Roomy tilt-back display Robust keyboard

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