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The Lenovo IdeaPad 100s is a Windows notebook with an 11.6 inch display, 2GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and an Intel Atom Z3735F Bay Trail processor. It’s not exactly a powerhouse, but it should provide decent enough performance for basic tasks… and it’s one of the cheapest Windows notebooks available.

The IdeaPad 100s has a list price of $200, although Best Buy often sells it for about $150. Right now the retailer is offering the laptop for just $130. That price also gets you a 1-year subscription to Microsoft Office 365 Personal.

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4 replies on “Deals of the Day (11-25-2015)”

  1. “Lenovo IdeaPad 100s”

    Watch out for this machine! Like the similar Lenovo IdeaPad S20-30 (which I am stuck with), Lenovo is cramming the (arguably) newer 100S down people’s throats with ONLY 64-bit Windows drivers available and NO Linux drivers at all. Plus it only has a measly 2GB of SDRAM, which you CANNOT upgrade! Needless to say, unless you are doing almost nothing with a hobbled Windows machine like this, it will be a slooow experience. If you think: OK, I’ll pay the Micro$oft Windows Tax anyway, then put 32-bit Linux/Unix on the machine, think again. I am seeing reports that this machine (like the S20-30) has the closed (and currently known-bad in Linux) Realtek RTL8723BE wireless chip-set on it. Just getting WiFi to work (barely) reqires at least a modprobe kernel option that turns off wireless DC power management, and getting bluetooth to work is ten times harder (I’m still wrestling with it). Of-course, specific models may vary by region. So who knows… Just be sure you live somewhere that let’s you return crappy stuff you are not happy with. BTW – Happy Turkey Day 🙂 Assuming you aren’t a Turkey of-course.

    1. hehe imma put a dollar sign in microsoft’s name because its a funny meme 0/10

    2. My Bay Trail 2GB Windows T100 ran fine – maybe not a powerhouse like my Clevo, but more than enough for tasks from web browsing to programming. Bay Trail is now last generation, but this is going for only $130.

      No you can’t upgrade the RAM, like loads of other ultra portables and tablets (including ones that cost much more). If you’re the 1% running Linux, buy something else. This obviously isn’t intended for you, and coming with windows isn’t a “tax”. Why on earth did you buy such a machine if you want to run Linux, without researching this first?

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