Lenovo Notebook with cool features
Hi friends, my cousin sister recently took a new laptop. She took me to the Computer Shop for guiding her. Her budget was 45,000/- Rs.
So, we looked different companies” laptops. Dell Pc’s or laptops are not sold in shops. We need to contact Dell customer care, etc. So, I have to choose in between Lenovo, Compaq, HP, Sahara, Acer, Toshiba & others. After seeing many models, I finally decided to go for Lenovo.
Lenovo Y510-77614EQ was the model that I suggested to my sister. This Laptop configuration is given below:
Processor- Intel Core 2 Duo T5300 (1.73GHz)
Chipset – Intel 950
Ram- 1 GB
HDD- 160GB 5400rpm HD
Screen Size- 15.4in 1280×800
DVD Writer- Optical drive (not like the traditional tray model) CDRW/DVDRW
Other description: Intel 802.11abg wireless, Modem, 10/100 Ethernet, Camera, TV tuner, 6c Li-Ion, WinVista Home Basic
Web cam was integrated and 1.3 Mega-pixel lens. Genuine Microsoft Windows Vista Basic edition (Reinstall cd was also given). Integrated TV Tuner with necessary pins to connect to the cable TV was also given. The battery back up is around 3 hours.
For this particular Laptop, Lenovo was offering additional software’s. For integrated web cam, TV tuner software called shuffle center was given, just pressing an orange button, which you can see in picture to access your TV tuner & other multimedia functions. Face recognition software is provided for better security for the laptop. Another small button is provided to access your web cam. Other software’s are Microsoft Windows Vista drivers for the motherboard, Microsoft Windows Vista Basic Hindi version cd and Vista Basic reinstallation cd.
………..This is the new Laptop…
This laptop has many features and price of this laptop was just Rs.44, 500/- only (all taxes included). This Laptop is not suggestible for users who are interested to play 3D games, which requires graphic card. It is also not useful for Auto cad users who use the latest version AutoCAD 2007. Microsoft windows Vista Basic is not good operating system. So, we downgraded to Microsoft Windows XP Home edition to serve our purpose.