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Amazon £ 99.99 Lenovo 11.6 Inch Ideapad 100s Intel Atom 2GB 32GB Laptop All Colours

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Powered by an Intel® Atom™ Processor Z3735F the Lenovo Ideapad 100S lets you be productive on the go and stay connected with lightning-fast web browsing and apps. Thin, light and surprisingly affordab… Read More
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Powered by an Intel® Atom™ Processor Z3735F the Lenovo Ideapad 100S lets you be productive on the go and stay connected with lightning-fast web browsing and apps. Thin, light and surprisingly affordable, the Lenovo Ideapad 100S is the perfect travel companion for anyone on a budget. With 2GB RAM and a 32GB Hard Drive it is large enough to keep up with your modern life. Up to 8 hours battery life.
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#1
looks like a price match of the Very 100s
#2
Looking around and watching some videos on this laptop, the question is, can it run Minecraft (java)?

With "optifine" installed apparently it can, getting 30fps+. Optifine is pretty easy to get and is free.

Will do fine for a single player experience or with a few friends in multiplayer, but will struggle if playing online on big servers.

A video i found demonstrating Minecraft gameplay on this laptop - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m0mKEQAnqSA



Edited By: fluidz on Nov 25, 2016 00:40: added (java) to the description
#3
toiletseatlicker
looks like a price match of the Very 100s

bought one last year from john lewis. played mkvs, fine for internet and great battery life.

cant go wrong for £100. i paid £119 last year if i recall
#4
looking to buy this as a present? (and im not very technical) can this take discs?
should i upgrade to the microsoft for extra?
#5
Are these any good? Bought a cheap laptop a while back and it take about 10mins just to boot up. Then is really slow and always freezes if u ask too much of it.
#6
dooda
looking to buy this as a present? (and im not very technical) can this take discs?
should i upgrade to the microsoft for extra?
No dvd/cd player. An external usb player can bought dirt cheap these days.
#7
the one on Very says 32gb SSD. are they definitely the same?
1 Like #8
big8yearold
Are these any good? Bought a cheap laptop a while back and it take about 10mins just to boot up. Then is really slow and always freezes if u ask too much of it.
Have a read of the amazon reviews to make your mind up......it's only 2gb
#9
sallan222
the one on Very says 32gb SSD. are they definitely the same?

sallan222
the one on Very says 32gb SSD. are they definitely the same?
it's a 32gb emmc which is a variation of an ssd
edit yes the same

Edited By: toiletseatlicker on Nov 25, 2016 00:44
#10
big8yearold
Are these any good? Bought a cheap laptop a while back and it take about 10mins just to boot up. Then is really slow and always freezes if u ask too much of it.
What is your laptop,it could be hardware or software problem because that is not right with your startup and usage problems. But for general internet use and the screen size is good for then this would be ok.
#11
Also have a look on youtube......lots of vids for this model
#12
toiletseatlicker
dooda
looking to buy this as a present? (and im not very technical) can this take discs?
should i upgrade to the microsoft for extra?
No dvd/cd player. An external usb player can bought dirt cheap these days.


ok thank you
#13
Wish I'd snapped up Tesco's £99 Acer with a year's Office365...
#14
£109 at Argos if others have vouchers they want to use, etc

And £109 at PC World.

How much of the 32gb is left after the machine has updated, etc ? I have read its very low,

Edited By: DonkeyKonk on Nov 25, 2016 00:58
#15
This laptop is also available from John Lewis for £99.95 with a 2 year warranty

http://www.johnlewis.com/lenovo-ideapad-100s-laptop-intel-atom-2gb-ram-32gb-11-6-silver/p2457320
#16
Pinkflowerpotx
This laptop is also available from John Lewis for £99.95 with a 2 year warranty http://www.johnlewis.com/lenovo-ideapad-100s-laptop-intel-atom-2gb-ram-32gb-11-6-silver/p2457320
Deal !
1 Like #17
Silver is OOS on Amazon
Amazon still have it in Red and Blue:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lenovo-Ideapad-100S-11-6-Inch-Laptop/dp/B0183OWL0G/ref=sr_1_2
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lenovo-Ideapad-100S-11-6-Inch-Laptop/dp/B0183OWVLU/ref=sr_1_4

As I mentioned in the Very thread on this laptop, this machine has a slow tablet processor.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lenovo-ideapad-100s-intel-atom-processor-2gb-ram-32gb-ssd-11-6-inch-laptop-white-2556417?p=29274947


Edited By: EQL on Nov 25, 2016 01:38: Correcting OOS claim
#18
i managed to get a silver before oos.

bought a blue and red for gifting purposes
#19
Would office work good on these? I'm after something got my Mrs to do her college work
1 Like #20
just commented on this on another thread... I would stear clear of it and look out for the celeron driven 14" edition.

I tried this out in JL - slow as hell even after rebooting. Delay and stutters between keystrokes. It can barely manage 3 open tabs in chrome without grinding to a halt. Not suited at all to Win10. Even at £100 I couldn't recommend it. The 14" in this Lenovo series however is a different proposition; very much better balance with a celeron class processor. Highly recommend the larger sibling. Still light and very portable, clean design and serviceable matte screen - and it works. It was £179 in store a few weeks ago, haven't checked back recently.

Edit: Here's the link, still holding at £179 but worth it if you need something as light as an ultrabook, reasonable battery life for not too demanding tasks, it's a keenly priced package. That said it was down to £129 over a month ago at Currys so worth looking around.

Edited By: Sols on Nov 25, 2016 03:57
1 Like #21
Sols
just commented on this on another thread... I would stear clear of it and look out for the celeron driven 14" edition.

I tried this out in JL - slow as hell even after rebooting. Delay and stutters between keystrokes. It can barely manage 3 open tabs in chrome without grinding to a halt. Not suited at all to Win10. Even at £100 I couldn't recommend it. The 14" in this Lenovo series however is a different proposition; very much better balance with a celeron class processor. Highly recommend the larger sibling. Still light and very portable, clean design and serviceable matte screen - and it works. It was £179 in store a few weeks ago, haven't checked back recently.

Edit: Here's the link, still holding at £179 but worth it if you need something as light as an ultrabook, reasonable battery life for not too demanding tasks, it's a keenly priced package. That said it was down to £129 over a month ago at Currys so worth looking around.


completely disagree. been using this as my main laptop the last 18 months. not gonna play the latest games but find it super quick for general browsing, office work and plays kodi in HD etc without any issues
#22
Windows 10 on a 32gb hard drive is a joke. Such a joke, if you just want a little internet laptop, get a chromebook, they're miles better. MILES.
#23
i used one on holiday for streaming football,hdmi output to tv and for surfing on chrome and ie, worked fine.

then again i remove all the clutter and use ccleaner to remove the junk.

its a perfect facebook computer and more.
1 Like #24
big8yearold
Are these any good? Bought a cheap laptop a while back and it take about 10mins just to boot up. Then is really slow and always freezes if u ask too much of it.

It's fine for basic tasks, what makes this faster than your old laptop will be the eMMC disk (e.g. not mechanical) and the lower latency that provides is normally enough to make it feel snappy. On a limited budget this is a great purchase.

It would be good if everyone stopped spreading rubbish about this being a 'tablet processor', it's a quad-core Bay Trail, you find it in a lot of tablets but it is actually just a budget Atom processor, the same silicon you find in a Celeron or Pentium and plenty fast enough for the basics like web browsing and simple productivity - it's not like it was with netbooks back in the day, things have come on a long way.

Edited By: plewis00 on Nov 25, 2016 08:57
#25
plewis00
big8yearold
Are these any good? Bought a cheap laptop a while back and it take about 10mins just to boot up. Then is really slow and always freezes if u ask too much of it.
It's fine for basic tasks, what makes this faster than your old laptop will be the eMMC disk (e.g. not mechanical) and the lower latency that provides is normally enough to make it feel snappy. On a limited budget this is a great purchase.
It would be good if everyone stopped spreading rubbish about this being a 'tablet processor', it's a quad-core Bay Trail, you find it in a lot of tablets but it is actually just a budget Atom processor, the same silicon you find in a Celeron or Pentium and plenty fast enough for the basics like web browsing and simple productivity - it's not like it was with netbooks back in the day, things have come on a long way.
The eMMC will make it more responsive in opening programs as compared to a hard disk, however, it is still a tablet processor from late 2014 (I think they reflected this in the 'Ideapad' part of the machine's title). The memory is not upgradable as the processor can only access 2GB of memory.

A modern frugal laptop processor is more than 4 times faster:
https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Atom+Z3735F+%40+1.33GHz (909 for the z3735f)
versus
http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Core+i3-6100U+%40+2.30GHz (3920 for the £100 i3-6100U chip)
Though at this budget, a modern frugal processor would eat up all your money (for more power, try refurbished or increase your budget).

The processor's main feature of low power consumption is shown in that it only uses up to 2.2W of power (including power for graphics):
http://ark.intel.com/products/80274/Intel-Atom-Processor-Z3735F-2M-Cache-up-to-1_83-GHz
Compared to up to 15W for the low-power i3 (frugal laptop processor) :
https://ark.intel.com/products/88180/Intel-Core-i3-6100U-Processor-3M-Cache-2_30-GHz
And up to 51W for a regular i3 (a laptop processor):
http://ark.intel.com/products/90729/Intel-Core-i3-6100-Processor-3M-Cache-3_70-GHz
The limited power available will be reflected in game and in-application performance.

Edited By: EQL on Nov 25, 2016 11:42
#26
EQL
plewis00
big8yearold
Are these any good? Bought a cheap laptop a while back and it take about 10mins just to boot up. Then is really slow and always freezes if u ask too much of it.
It's fine for basic tasks, what makes this faster than your old laptop will be the eMMC disk (e.g. not mechanical) and the lower latency that provides is normally enough to make it feel snappy. On a limited budget this is a great purchase.
It would be good if everyone stopped spreading rubbish about this being a 'tablet processor', it's a quad-core Bay Trail, you find it in a lot of tablets but it is actually just a budget Atom processor, the same silicon you find in a Celeron or Pentium and plenty fast enough for the basics like web browsing and simple productivity - it's not like it was with netbooks back in the day, things have come on a long way.
The eMMC will make it more responsive in opening programs as compared to a hard disk, however, it is still a tablet processor from late 2014 (I think they reflected this in the 'Ideapad' part of the machine's title). The memory is not upgradable as the processor can only access 2GB of memory.
A modern frugal laptop processor is more than 4 times faster:https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Atom+Z3735F+%40+1.33GHz (909 for the z3735f)
versushttp://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Core+i3-6100U+%40+2.30GHz (3920 for the £100 i3-6100U chip)
Though at this budget, a modern frugal processor would eat up all your money (for more power, try refurbished or increase your budget).
The processor's main feature of low power consumption is shown in that it only uses up to 2.2W of power (including power for graphics):http://ark.intel.com/products/80274/Intel-Atom-Processor-Z3735F-2M-Cache-up-to-1_83-GHz
Compared to up to 15W for the low-power i3 (frugal laptop processor) :https://ark.intel.com/products/88180/Intel-Core-i3-6100U-Processor-3M-Cache-2_30-GHz
And up to 51W for a regular i3 (a laptop processor):http://ark.intel.com/products/90729/Intel-Core-i3-6100-Processor-3M-Cache-3_70-GHz
The limited power available will be reflected in game and in-application performance.

Why are you comparing it to an i3? They're not in the same league for price or expected use. The Celeron N2xxx series is closer:
https://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Celeron+N2840+%40+2.16GHz

And a synthetic benchmark is a total waste of time anyway. The main bottleneck in just about every machine is the IO subsystem and eMMC or SSD is going to feel faster than this i3 with a mechanical disk. This quad-core 'tablet processor' is fine, it's Bay Trail, it's plenty fast enough for basic tasks.
#27
Alas, adding to basket now shows:
"We're sorry. The item Lenovo ideapad 100S 11.6-Inch Laptop Notebook (Silver) - (Intel Atom Z3735F, 2Gb RAM, 32Gb eMMC, WLAN, BT, Camera, Integrated Graphics, Windows 10 Home) is no longer available from the seller you selected."

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