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Finding a good laptop at a low price can be tough, especially when Apple MacBooks and Ultrabooks from Dell and HP can cost well over $1,000 at checkout. However, this Lenovo Ideapad 130s—that reviewers are calling the more “bang for the buck” computer—is on sale for $179, or $60 off at Walmart. And best of all, this is the cheapest price on the web right now.
Don’t let that low price fool you. This ultra-sleek laptop is a smooth machine with the power and portability for travel, whether it’s across the country or just down the street to your local coffee shop. It features a 14-inch HD LED backlit display with anti-glare coating built-in for better readability and to reduce eye strain.
“I'm very impressed with how much bang for the buck you get with this computer,” wrote a delighted Walmart reviewer. “...The keyboard and trackpad are formatted well, and a decent size for such a small machine. Everything runs smoothly.”
This Lenovo laptop also includes 4GB of memory paired with 64GB of onboard storage, so there’s plenty of space for movies, photos and more. Reviewers tout its portability, eight-hour battery life and ease-of-use, thanks to its smooth Windows 10 operating system—which is one of its key features. In fact, this laptop comes with a free one-year subscription to Office 365 for Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and Skype with a whopping 1TB of cloud storage.
“Can't beat what this little laptop can do for the price,” shared a five-star reviewer. “It is comfortable to type on, fast enough, has good battery life, is light to carry around, and is easy to use.”
“I attend a lot of writing classes and this little laptop is perfect!” another shopper shared. I get so many compliments from people asking me what kind of computer it is and where I got it...I only really need it for writing, but the processor is much faster than my old desktop so I find myself surfing the internet more.”
The ultimate praise, however, came from a longtime Lenovo user.
“This is my 3rd Lenovo laptop (along with a couple Lenovo tablets) and I won't even consider another brand at this point,” the shopper wrote. “...With Lenovo, I just know that when I press the button, it'll work.”
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