|Standing screen display size||15.6 Inches|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 Pixels|
|Processor||2.3 GHz core_i5_family|
|Hard Drive||256 GB SSD|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650|
|Wireless Type||Bluetooth, 802.11ac|
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|Display Size||15.6 inches|
|Operating System||Windows 10|
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- 9th Gen Intel Core i5-9300HF mobile processor
- 15.6" Full HD display , 1920 x 1080 resolution
- 8GB system memory for advanced multitasking
- 256 GB Solid State Drive (PCI-e)
- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics
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Gaming is all about making the right choices. With the Lenovo IdeaPad L340 Gaming Laptop, you know you've made a great call from the very start. Equipped with an Intel Core i5 Processor, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics, and jaw-dropping Dolby Audio, you’ll experience first-hand real power and seamless play.
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So thanks for nothing Valinor Tech. Next time, make sure your products break faster so people can get the refund they deserve.
The features I mainly use my laptop for are:
-work (spreadsheets, Chrome tabs, designs on Canva, InDesign, etc.)
-art (making pixel art in Photoshop and Aseprite)
-gaming (Night in the Woods, Stardew Valley, Among Us, etc. The heaviest game I've run is Sims 3.)
-meetings (Google Meet & Zoom)
-writing (short stories & fiction)
Immediately this laptop was a massive improvement. The keyboard is SO pleasant. It's backlit blue, which you can turn on and off. It has a numpad which is great if you work with spreadsheets/data. The responsiveness of the keys is satisfying. The touchpad has a good click, though it has no buttons (I like this, but others may not).
Laptop runs beautifully. Startup is fast, runs multiple pages of Chrome no problem, and even loads up Adobe Creative Cloud as quickly as the desktop I have at work. If you want more speed, the 8GB RAM is upgradeable according to other reviewers. I'm considering it, but right now I have no need.
The screen is matte and does a good job of reducing glare - not to mention the size is great for gaming, and the display, while a tiny bit muted, works just fine for the type of graphic design and pixel art I do.
This is a gaming laptop, and the games I've run so far are so smooth and so easy to play. I have no input lag and I can run them on the highest graphics settings. To be fair, I don't play more intensive games, so I can't speak to that. But lighter games run smoothly and very well.
My only 3 complaints about this laptop I have so far (I've had it about 2 weeks) are: the weight, the fan noise, and the battery. It's a little bit heavier than I'm used to carrying, but if you have it in a protective sleeve in a backpack, I doubt it'll be much of an issue. Just be prepared for thickness and a little bit of heftiness. The fan noise is my biggest problem. I was on a Google Meet call yesterday and within a couple of minutes, the fan kicked on and was pretty loud. It hardly ever runs, but the laptop does feel warm after a bit of use. I wouldn't recommend using this laptop in bed or anywhere it can't get good ventilation. And lastly, the battery life is a little bit shorter than I'd like it to be. It lasts a couple of hours, which is good, but be prepared to keep your charger with you if you're taking it outside your home.
If you're like me, even budget laptops (below $1000) don't feel very "budget." Anything that costs more than $500 has me pretty hesitant. Rest assured, I've looked at laptops for probably eight months before committing to this one. So far, it's been worth the investment, and if you want a computer that can handle a number of tasks without lag or sluggishness, I'd highly recommend the Lenovo L340.