Saturday, September 22, 2012

Lenovo IdeaPad S300 and S400

Lenovo has released two new slim notebooks, the Lenovo IdeaPad S300 and the S400. Both models are impressively thin a 0.8 inches at the thickest point and weighs in a just 4 pounds. This makes it lighter than a MacBook Pro, and almost as light as premium laptops like the Sony Vaio S.

Both the S300 and S400 come with the all the connectivity options which you would expect in a current laptop like USB 3.0, HDMI out, Bluetooth, WiFi and a card reader. Both laptops come with 500 GB hard drives.

The S300 is the lower end model priced at just Php21,995 (without an OS). It comes with a 13.3-inch HD (1366 x 766) display with 1.6 GHz with an Intel Pentium 997 processor, Intel HD 2000 graphcis, and 2 GB of RAM.

More interesting is the S400, which costs a bit more at Php24,995. The S400 has a larger 14-inch HD (1366 x 766) display and slightly larger as the S300. The S400 also comes with a faster 1.4 GHz with an Intel Core i3 2365-M processor, faster Intel HD 3000 graphics, and double the RAM at 4 GB of RAM.

Both laptops come in silver grey, with the S400 also being available in crimson red, and the S300 also coming in pink.


  1. Sir with the 1.6 GHz, Intel Pentium 997 processor, Intel HD 2000 graphcis or the S300, what could you say about the user experience? Would I expect lags?

    1. Hard question to answer. The specifications are enough to run Windows 7 or 8 and typical software (browser, office and the like) without lag. But it does depend on what software you plan to use.


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