The Lenovo IdeaPad S340 are a series of affordable, mid-range 15.6″ laptops. They’re designed with the end user in mind. As such, they’re like a jack of all trades, made to be as cheap as possible without them being cheaply made. A mix of solid performance and simple design language has made the S340 series a people’s favorite.
Earlier this summer, Lenovo has launched a new model from the popular 2-in-1 series, the Flex 14. It’s hard to define it strictly from a value for money standpoint. On one hand, the base model is clearly an entry level device. However, the one I’ll be talking about today, the Lenovo Flex 14 81SS000DUS, has three times more RAM, a more powerful processor and more storage than its cheaper sibling.
Lenovo have recently launched their new, affordable gaming laptop. It’s called the IdeaPad L340. Considering its price of just under $1000 at the time of this review and its specs, this should be a best buy. That is if you are searching for cheap performance. But said performance doesn’t come without compromises at this price. Let’s find out what the pros and cons of the Lenovo IdeaPad L340 81LK000EUS are below.
Whatever your thoughts of Lenovo, one thing is certain: they’re not an important player in the competitive ultrabook market. Up until now, the company’s signature devices were more traditional, bulky even. However, with the launch of the new Lenovo IdeaPad 710S Plus notebook, it would seem like things are about to change for the Chinese manufacturer.
Lenovo’s latest 2-in-1 laptop is called the Lenovo Miix 510. It’s a detachable 2-in-1, meaning the 12.2 inch screen can be separated from the keyboard – turning the device into a portable tablet. The 80U10066US model I’ll be reviewing today offers some real competition to other ultralight devices currently on the market.