Lenovo Ideapad 120S (14") Laptop - £179.99 @ Ebuyer
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Lenovo Ideapad 120S (14") Laptop - £179.99 @ Ebuyer

£179.99£321.9644%Ebuyer Deals
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Found 30th May
Intel Celeron N3350 1.1GHz
4GB RAM + 64GB eMMC
14” LED + WIFI
Battery Life : Up to 8 hours
Windows 10 S
The Ideapad 120s features a redesigned chassis with simple, clean lines — giving it a modern take on classic style. You count on your devices to keep up with you. So Lenovo applied a protective finish to guard against wear and tear. Lenovo also included subtle rubber detailing on the bottom cover to maximize ventilation and extend product life. This version comes in Mineral Grey.

Long-lasting performance
Featuring a powerful Intel processor and 4 GB LPDDR4 memory, the Ideapad 120s handles multi-tasking with ease. Run multiple programs. Quickly find and open files. Switch between web tabs. Browse and watch. You’ll never get slowed down.

Ample storage for all your needs
With 64GB eMMC storage, you’ll have more than enough room to build your collection of photos, movies and more.

Feel like you’re there with crystal clear HD
Video chatting with family. Streaming your favourite show. Browsing the web. You’ll never miss a detail on the Ideapad 120s. Experience true visual clarity with a 14” high definition, anti-glare screen. So you can lean back, multi-task, or watch with a friend.
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Which one should I go for? Work out similar priceswise with Tesco staff discount. tesco.com/dir…072
litwoojczyznomoj31st May

Which one should I go for? Work out similar priceswise with Tesco staff …Which one should I go for? Work out similar priceswise with Tesco staff discount. https://www.tesco.com/direct/acer-aspire-1-14-thin-light-pentium-4gb-ram-64gb-storage-hd-laptop-black/445-8269.prd?skuId=445-8269&promoId=promo53130072


The Acer’s CPU is a lot quicker, it has twice the number of cores.

Lenovo Celeron N3350, 2C/2T.
Acer Pentium N4200, 4C/4T.
Edited by: "plewis00" 1st Jun
This is a nice little machine as long as you understand the limitations.

The 2 cores get used up to their maximum with surprisingly little in the way of loaded apps but for light tasks it does the job very well.

If, like me you also prefer a matt display that doesn't suffer from interminable reflections, then this will be a bonus.

If you are looking for a relatively cheap, light machine with a decent sized screen for video use then this is ideal as the ac wifi and gigabit ethernet will handle streaming with ease and the HD 500 GPU will handle just about all video formats with hardware acceleration.

There are no MSATA or M.2 internal expansion slots though, so additional storage has to be external.

It's also fanless.

The Acer machine has a fan and is larger but does have 2.5" SSD expansion although you will need to purchase a special cable to enable it's use.
Voted Hot. But Windows 10 "S" is a downside for me. Still great deal though...
Syedar4 m ago

Voted Hot. But Windows 10 "S" is a downside for me. Still great deal …Voted Hot. But Windows 10 "S" is a downside for me. Still great deal though...


But this might solve the issue...
laptopmag.com/art…0-s
It all depends what you want really. If you want new, at this price point it’s really only machines like this but if you can consider used then a Dell Latitude E7440 ultrabook is achieveable for the same or less, it’ll be vastly quicker, better built and upgradable too - if you’re really handy you can upgrade the screen to a 1080p IPS panel for £40, fit an mSATA SSD alongside the hard disk and up to 16GB DDR3L RAM. The amount of ex-lease stuff that’s just entering the market and the quality is just crazy.
After experiencing eBuyers "Customer Support" I'll never ever use them again. Totally inept organisation and ignore their legal obligations under the consumer rights act. Buy from somewhere else, even if it costs more
plewis001 h, 31 m ago

It all depends what you want really. If you want new, at this price point …It all depends what you want really. If you want new, at this price point it’s really only machines like this but if you can consider used then a Dell Latitude E7440 ultrabook is achieveable for the same or less, it’ll be vastly quicker, better built and upgradable too - if you’re really handy you can upgrade the screen to a 1080p IPS panel for £40, fit an mSATA SSD alongside the hard disk and up to 16GB DDR3L RAM. The amount of ex-lease stuff that’s just entering the market and the quality is just crazy.


Do you have a link?
chris_avfc27 m ago

Do you have a link?


Dozens on eBay.
1150 benchmark so similar to atom. That said have seen these on youtube etc for cheap chinese netbooks. My atom asus t100 does me well as a browsing and netflix laptop with great battery life (powetful laptops are useless at that). But I recently got a chromebook and prefer that esp if can get playstore apps

cpubenchmark.net/cpu…895
Edited by: "jameshothothot" 31st May
scrumpypaul49 m ago

Dozens on eBay.


Yes. That’s what I was going to say. Also IT-Zoo, Tier1 or any other decent refurber.
alared1 h, 22 m ago

https://www.johnlewis.com/lenovo-ideapad-120s-81a4005puk-laptop-intel-celeron-n3350-4gb-32gb-emmc-11-6-mineral-grey/p3414978?sku=237284226&s_kwcid=2dx92700024311620606&tmad=c&tmcampid=2&gclid=EAIaIQobChMI38vch7Wv2wIVjr_tCh2CeQ_TEAYYAiABEgKgg_D_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds


That has half the storage - worth paying the extra for the extra 32GB built in.
jameshothothot3 h, 54 m ago

1150 benchmark so similar to atom. That said have seen these on youtube …1150 benchmark so similar to atom. That said have seen these on youtube etc for cheap chinese netbooks. My atom asus t100 does me well as a browsing and netflix laptop with great battery life (powetful laptops are useless at that). But I recently got a chromebook and prefer that esp if can get playstore appshttps://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=Intel+Celeron+N3350+%40+1.10GHz&id=2895


I had a tablet/ laptop 2in1 with the slightly more powerful Celeron n3450. I only used it for light web browsing which it could just about handle but was often rendered totally unusable by any kind of Windows update running in the background. Probably fine in a Chromebook but for running Windows I would look to spending a little more for something slightly more powerful.
Edited by: "captainbeaky" 31st May
captainbeaky2 h, 54 m ago

I had a tablet/ laptop 2in1 with the slightly more powerful Celeron n3450. …I had a tablet/ laptop 2in1 with the slightly more powerful Celeron n3450. I only used it for light web browsing which it could just about handle but was often rendered totally unusable by any kind of Windows update running in the background. Probably fine in a Chromebook but for running Windows I would look to spending a little more for something slightly more powerful.


Ha you are probably right! Mine is on windows 8.1 and I have turned off auto updates though recently did 500 updates in one go as was trying to see if could get netflix downloads to work on windows 8.1 (still seems to be Windows 10 only)
alg31st May

That has half the storage - worth paying the extra for the extra 32GB …That has half the storage - worth paying the extra for the extra 32GB built in.


And a 2.4” smaller display. It’s basically another machine.
reddit31st May

This is a nice little machine as long as you understand the …This is a nice little machine as long as you understand the limitations.The 2 cores get used up to their maximum with surprisingly little in the way of loaded apps but for light tasks it does the job very well.If, like me you also prefer a matt display that doesn't suffer from interminable reflections, then this will be a bonus.If you are looking for a relatively cheap, light machine with a decent sized screen for video use then this is ideal as the ac wifi and gigabit ethernet will handle streaming with ease and the HD 500 GPU will handle just about all video formats with hardware acceleration.There are no MSATA or M.2 internal expansion slots though, so additional storage has to be external.It's also fanless.The Acer machine has a fan and is larger but does have 2.5" SSD expansion although you will need to purchase a special cable to enable it's use.



Not a chance, what you will get is people buying this then try some serious 4K video editing, they will say windows it pants and go out buy a £1000 mac and say how much better it is than windows.

Thats pretty much how the story went for most people.
Syedar31st May

But this might solve the …But this might solve the issue...https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/upgrade-from-windows-10-s


Nice one, thanx. :-)
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