|Standing screen display size||15.6 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1366 x 768 Pixels|
|Memory Speed||1.8 GHz|
|Graphics Coprocessor||AMD Radeon R5|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
LENOVO 59441916 B50-45, AMD A6-6310, WIN8.1, 4.0GB 500G 5400RPM HDD, Bluetooth, No Optical Drive
|Display Size||15.6 Inches|
|Operating System||Windows 8.1|
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- 15.6" Anti-Glare Display, HD 1366 x 768 Native Resolution
- AMD A6-6310 Quad Core 1.8 GHz, Integrated AMD Radeon R5 Graphics
- 4GB 1333MHz DDR3L SDRAM, 500GB 5400 rpm Hard Drive
- USB 3.0/USB 2.0/HDMI/VGA Ports
- Built-in 720p Webcam, Mic, and Speakers, weights 4.73 lbs
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Lenovo B50-45 15.6" Notebook - AMD A-Series A6-6310 Quad-core (4 Core) 1.80 GHz 4 GB Memory, 500 GB 5400 RPM, Windows 8.1 Laptop (59441916)
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I would like to say the product description is somewhat misleading, or easy to misinterpret. We ordered the AMD A6, which is supposed to come with Windows 8.1. I assumed it was 8.1 installed. I will say this is not the case. On the upside, it does come with Windows 7 PRO and the upgrade discs for Windows 8.1 PRO. The down side, there is no optical drive. The lack of optical drive was known, since that is in the product description.
The upgrading process was more laborious and tedious than I anticipated. They were nice enough to include step by step instructions on how to easily perform the upgrade. Unfortunately, the step by step instructions were wrong about the first step, at least regarding my laptop. It called for pressing the F12 key during the boot sequence, in order to enter and make changes to the BIOS. After several failed attempts to access the BIOS, I read the Quick Start guide and found the NOVO button. The NOVO button is essentially a 1 button recovery, startup, BIOS or reset option. So, I tried using this and was able to finally access the boot menu. After getting through this road-block, it was just the waiting game for everything to get reformatted, transferred, etc...
The upside of all this, we ended up with a Windows 10 laptop, since it almost automatically wanted to switch to Windows 10 after Windows 8.1 finished installing and it has been running great.
I intentionally purchased this laptop with Windows 7, as I wanted it it be compatible in every possible way with my worth computer and my other home computers, but it came with Windows 8 disks, and I know I can upgrade to Windows 10 if I want. It's not often you buy a computer with so many options for operating systems!
The laptop was cheap, but even so I'd expect to at least get the laptop that was described to me.