Lenovo IdeaPad 120s Review


Lenovo’s petite IdeaPad 120S is a budget ultraportable that offers good-for-the-cost performance, but you can find better screens and keyboards by stepping up to the next highest class.

Read our entire review of the Lenovo IdeaPad 120s right here!

PCMag.com is your ultimate destination for tech reviews and news.

Like us on Facebook:
Follow us on Twitter:
Gawk at our photos on Instagram:
Get our latest tips and tricks on Pinterest:

Nguồn: https://bannhabandat.vn

Xem thêm bài viết khác: https://bannhabandat.vn/cong-nghe/


  1. This is actually a decent laptop. As they mentioned, it won't work for you if you want to use it for extensive tasks or serious multitasking, but it's solid for basic usage. I got it for my 8 year old son to simply teach him basic programming with Java and Python. I was able to easily download the Python IDE and the Java IDE. He can watch Hulu and Netflix on it, and has the basic Microsoft office toolkit for school work. I also considered getting this laptop for my grandmother, because again, it's great for basic usage. It obviously is lightweight for anyone who wants extensive usage out of their laptop. For work, I personally use the highest powered Asus laptop available, but this is the cheapest "notebook" for kids and people who don't need extensive usage from their laptop. This is less powerful than some laptops I was using as servers in the late 90's, but it'll handle basic tasks.

  2. A review making fun and mocking a product.I had wanted this but now will go for a core i3 and ssd because of the way these people mocked it

  3. yo tengo un acer de 15.pc y la verdad es muy grande y molestp, tiene 4 gb de ram y 500 de almacenamiento pero aun asi quiero ese lenovo, solo le intalria minecraft y usaria crhomer y listo, haria algunos trabajos de la escuela power point y ya esta, es el mismo uso que le doy a mi acer y funciona bien, solo que es muy grande y pesado

  4. I got mine at Best Buy for $100 along with a Micro SD Card for $20. As soon as I got it home I wiped Windows and installed Linux Mint. Worked perfect and half the hard drive space. I use it as a travel laptop since I travel all over the world for work. I just bring along a HDMI cable and I have instant Netflix and movies on every hotel tv in the world. You can't go wrong with this choice.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here