|Standing screen display size||15.6 Inches|
|Screen Resolution||1600x1200 pixels|
|Max Screen Resolution||1920 x 1080 Pixels|
|Processor||2.4 GHz core_i5|
|RAM||8 GB DDR4|
|Memory Speed||2400 MHz|
|Hard Drive||512 GB Flash Memory Solid State|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce|
|Graphics Card Ram Size||4 GB|
|Number of USB 3.0 Ports||2|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||9 Hours|
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Lenovo Ideapad L340 Gaming Laptop, 15.6 Inch FHD (1920 X 1080) IPS Display, Intel Core i5-9300H Processor, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 512GB Nvme SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650, Windows 10, 81LK00HDUS, Black
|List Price:||$969.99 Details|
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|Operating System||Windows 10|
|Human Interface Input||Keypad|
|Hardware Interface||USB 3.0|
|Graphics Coprocessor||NVIDIA GeForce|
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- A new dimension of gaming performance awaits - with 9th-generation Intel Core i5 processors, the IdeaPad L340 gaming has the power you need to outshoot, outrun, and outsmart anyone. Includes 8GB DDR4 RAM and 512GB NVMe SSD
- Take it to the next level - With the latest NVIDIA GeForce Graphics behind you, you can tame the hottest titles with faster, smoother, and more power-efficient gameplay. Plus, the 15.6-Inch screen delivers a stunning full HD IPS Display with 1920 x 1080 resolution
- A portal to a new sound dimension - hardwired into every Idea Pad L340 gaming is advanced Dopoundsy audio technology. Take your mobile gaming experience to another dimension and have a real blast along the way
- Control your own fate - Game in 'quick' Mode or work in 'quiet' Mode. It's your call with a simple function setting that lets you shift gears between modes, instantly.
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One Serious Gaming Laptop
All the power and performance you need to test your wits against the very best. A full-sized keyboard with ambient back-lighting. And a slick, stylish design. The IdeaPad L340 Gaming (15) is a real gamer's laptop, from the inside out.
Brings Out the Gamer In You
With 9th Gen Intel Core™ i5 processing, the IdeaPad L340 Gaming has all the power you need to outshoot, outrun, and outsmart anyone with faster start-up times and quicker game launches.
Take Things To Another Dimension
Equipped with the latest NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1650 graphics, you can go into any battle totally focused and with your crosshairs on the task in hand. You can now tame the hottest titles with faster, smoother, and more power-efficient gameplay.
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it's game ready - are you? The full-size keyboard keeps you comfortable and ready to go during work and play, while the Cool blue ambient backlighting and kick-ass design look as good as they perform. It's a gamer's laptop from the inside out. And because your privacy counts, use the built-in Webcam to live stream with ease - and then use the physical Shutter to keep the outside world out when you are done.
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I was looking for a laptop that I can use for work, travels easy, but can afford me some game time when I am on the road. Budget wasn’t really an issue, but I wanted to make sure I was getting the most value for what I spent. I do not do intensive work applications on it just email, excel, general surfing etc. I am not a competitive gamer, so getting that extra millisecond of response time was not a concern but I wanted something that could handle current games and most games that will come out over the next couple of years.
What I considered / compared it too?
GPU – GTX 1650 – this thing rocks, most comparisons were to the older (but still capable) 1050i and other variations. I wanted the newest I could get for the cost. So this was the bench mark of my search.
Processor – 9th gen i5 – I really wanted to get a 9th gen i7 but, most of the ones that had it only had the 1050 series of graphics card, and as I stated above that’s what I really valued most.
NOTE: Lenovo DOES make a version of this with a gen 9 i7, it is not available (at the time of writing this) on Amazon. It IS available on Lenovo’s website for about $180 more than this unit (on sale for $270 off ATM), but it comes with a smaller SSD. I know its easier to replace an SSD than a GPU (basically impossible on a laptop like this) but between the cost difference and not having to hassle with adding an SSD right when I received it, that’s why I decided against that route.
NOTE: the benchmark testing on a gen 9 i5 vs i7 were very close in most tests, while future proofing your purchase is a good idea, it didn’t look like a big enough difference (4 cores 8 threads on the 5 vs 6 cores 12 threads on the 7) to move me to spend more.
NOTE: This laptop model might be an Amazon exclusive because I could not locate it on the Lenovo web site.
Monitor refresh – 60Hz – this was a tough one for me, there are some laptops that have the 9th gen i7, 16gb ram and the 1650 graphics card with 144Hz monitor (and there is a difference, just watch some youtube videos on it) but that cost difference was about $450. For the games I play (will get to that in a second), the look, and the weight of the product, I just couldn’t pull the trigger on the extra costs.
RAM – 8GB – documents state that you can upgrade the single 8GB stick to 16GB. 16GB DDR4 is about 70 bucks, if I get into a game that is giving me performance issues, I am ok with that upgrade cost.
NOTE: Lenovo says you should use an authorized tech to upgrade your RAM/SSD or you might void the warranty. I am not sure of the legality of that due to the right to self-repair, but I have done enough that it doesn’t concern me, your views/value my differ from mine in this respect.
512gig SSD – I definitely wanted an SSD, boot speeds etc are totally worth it. 512 means I can fit about 6+ of today’s modern games on it comfortably. I am ok with that for now. It does have an extra 2.5” bay for another SSD (I have a 1TB from my old laptop so if I get to the point where I need it, it won’t cost me anything extra, obviously your experience will differ from mine in that additional cost). The extra bay is nice because you do not have to reload the OS etc, you can add the drive and increase your storage easily. The NOTE above on the RAM upgrade applies here too.
The Look – As I mentioned I will be using this for work too, this is as discrete of a “gaming” laptop as I have seen. I did not want flashy lights or gaming brand logos on the cover. I have the power to game; I don’t need or want to flaunt it in my day job interacting with customers.
Keyboard backlight – has 3 settings, off, low, high. I play in a pretty dark room and the low setting was perfect to let me see while not blinding my peripheral vision.
Heat – this is not a loud laptop (fans); I have been gaming on laptops for 10 years an have had my fair share of jet engines. This doesn’t appear to be one of those. It does get warm, but nothing of concern or that would burn to the touch.
Battery life – I haven’t tested it yet completely (will update when I do) but in “economy” mode (not using the 1650 graphics card) it looks to last 5+ hours, the description says 9 hours but I doubt that, still its more than enough for when I can’t plug in. Running with the 1650 turned on and gaming I would get around 2 hours.
Bloat – amazingly it didn’t come with much on it that I had to remove. MacAfee and a Lenovo thing, that’s about it.
What games do I play on it?
No Man’s Sky Beyond – Played on high settings with no issues/lag/clipping at all
WoW – Ultra settings with no issues (obviously its an older games graphics wise)
Overwatch – Ultra Settings with no issues
As I play and test more games ill update this…..
9/29/19 EDIT - Borderlands 3 - 30 FPS on Ultra, dialed back to medium and was more than great for my average gamer needs.
11/30/19 EDIT - Thrown a ton of games at this over the past few months. Basically anything made before 2018 you can run at max with no issues. Most newer games (2019 releases) will run just fine at med/high settings.
12/10/20 EDIT - Cyberpunk 2077 - played on Medium in game settings with no issues at all. prob could have bumped it up a setting.
What about the backlight/bleeding reports?
Ill knock on wood, I have not seen bleeding on the edges for darker games, or I might just not be noticing it. backlight/monitor darkness, again, I have not experienced this, and I hope I don’t. I get that everyone has defects and a % of DOA product. Everyone’s mileage will differ on this I guess.
By John B on September 23, 2019
Now, I have to return it. I'm very disappointed, I've never had a laptop cut out on me so fast in all the years I've had laptops.
I personally really like the minimalist design, with blue accents instead of the "gamer" red, so this won't turn too many heads in a professional meeting. The screen bezels are relatively small too, and while apparently the color gamut is not the best, that either doesn't matter or isn't even apparent to me (in case you saw reviews criticizing this). Maybe if you're in graphic design, this might matter, though. The hinge is strong, and can bend all the way to 180 degrees. It's not a touchscreen laptop, but there are some uses, such as watching a video in bed or something. The system is also really slim for a gaming laptop, and easy to carry around, which is an excellent design choice.
The build quality isn't the best, being mostly plastic, but it is still smooth to feel, so there is at least that. The keyboard isn't very clicky, and the travel distance is a little small. It takes a while to get used to, but eventually you may get used to it. The backlit keyboard is nice, though. The trackpad unfortunately uses garbage Synaptics drivers. I played around with the registry a bit to add a couple gestures, but coming from Windows Precision, the trackpad is definitely a massive downgrade from Precision for me. I tried installing Precision drivers, and they worked (excellently, I might add) temporarily, because I guess Windows update has something in place to really latch you on to Synaptics drivers.
Although there are definitely some sacrifices made (including some that I haven't mentioned, such as needing to buy a separate cable if you want to add a hard drive or having only one slot for RAM), I think that on balance this laptop provides fantastic value for $680. In some areas you get what you pay for, but for $680 this laptop can do a lot more than others.
Battery life is ok if you put everything to lowest. The single channel RAM is a turn off, if this was a double RAM channel then it would be a 5/5.
Top reviews from other countries
Overall, awesome laptop for the price. Beautiful simplistic design as well.
Cons: not enough USB ports, short battery life
I’ve used this everyday for gaming and a heavy college course and it has been one of the best laptops I’ve ever owned at this price. I wanted a oc but needed something more portable so if this fits your budget I’d recommend you get it because the other laptops at this price or cheaper aren’t at this level of quality.
The keys have a great feel and overall everything runs super smooth. Definitely good for first time buyers as well if you’re looking for a gaming laptop!