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Lenovo IdeaPad 520S-14IKB Lenovo The IdeaPad 520s is a nice all-round compact laptop that won\'t break the bank for you. It\'s built well, it looks nice, it gets a good keyboard, proper sized battery and the hardware to support everyday chores and even gaming and some demanding loads. The performance didn\'t rise to the expectations on our sample though, which also came with a pretty bad screen. These aren\'t our only nits with the notebook, but if these get fixed then the 520s could be an option to consider. Keep reading for the whole story. Lenovo IdeaPad 520S-14IKB The IdeaPad 520s is a nice all-round compact laptop that won't break the bank for you. It's built well, it looks nice, it gets a good keyboard, proper sized battery and the hardware to support everyday chores and even gaming and some demanding loads. The performance didn't rise to the expectations on our sample though, which also came with a pretty bad screen. These aren't our only nits with the notebook, but if these get fixed then the 520s could be an option to consider. Keep reading for the whole story. Andrei Girbea 3.75 5 https://www.ultrabookreview.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/lenovo-ideapad-520s-main.jpg Andrei Girbea 3.75 5

Lenovo IdeaPad 520s-14IKB review – mid-range modern ultraportable

1 Comment

  1. Kyle

    September 29, 2017 at 5:12 am

    I have always been a fan of Lenovo consumer laptops. You gotta love them for getting the little things right; little, but crucial things like the bigger battery, 180 degree screen open angle, solid build and hinge quality, keyboard consistency, touchpad and FP reader at their proper places, and making good use of the mobo space by adding a M.2-PCIe and an Nvidia dGPU on a low-mid range machine like this. All the good traits well inherited from their Thinkpad brand. Then again, also a shame they got rubbed off the bad habits like using cheap displays and speakers, and taking a while to upgrade to the newest components. Although I would wholeheartedly recommend them over HP Pavillion, Asus or Acer any day.

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