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The IdeaPad 100s is Lenovo’s entry into the compact, low-power, and inexpensive laptop space. the notebook has an 11.6 inch display, an Intel Atom Z3735F Bay Trail processor, and it weighs about 2.2 pounds.

Lenovo sells the laptop for $200, which makes it competitive with similar notebooks from Asus, Acer, and HP. But Best Buy is currently selling the IdeaPad 100s for $150, which makes it one of the cheapest Windows 10 laptops available from a major PC company.

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The laptop also comes with a 1-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365.

Note that the laptop has a relatively low power processor and just 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. But that’s pretty much par for the course for portable notebooks in this price range.

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5 replies on “Deals of the Day (11-18-2015)”

    1. Probably not. My S20-30 has 2GB soldered on board, no way to upgrade the SDRAM, and Lenovo provides ONLY 64-bit Win drivers for it. Steer clear of stuff like this!

  1. The Intel NUC for $128 (NUC5CPYH) is only $95 on Newegg’s main site!

  2. Be forewarned that the trackpad on the Lenovo 100s does not support Windows gestures including
    2-finger scroll. From what I’ve read, this may be a hardware limitation and not a driver issue. If so, this will be a frustrating device to use without a mouse. I saw this behavior on 2 different devices at Best Buy and also checked the mouse/touchpad configuration to see if it was configurable (it was not). A Google search found this touchpad complaint on ex-US based 100s’s (can’t recall where).

    1. I know plenty of people who don’t even know about trackpad gestures, and people lived without them for years, no problem at all. It’s a point worth noting, but I doubt it’s much of an issue for most people.

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