Pure Power – Lenovo Ideapad 310

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When what you need is real computing power but what you want is not to totally destroy your fragile bank account, your options have traditionally been fairly limited. Too often it’s either a matter of paying more than you want or getting less than you need—and, sadly, sometimes it’s both.

Since early man first walked upright and into his local electronics boutique, good tech has been expensive, while inexpensive tech has seldom been good. Thankfully, we’ve arrived at a new era.

AMD is here with another stellar suggestion for users in need of a technological intervention. If what you require is pure power at a low price, the Lenovo ideapad 310 is exactly what you’re looking for.

Starting at under $600 ($581.99, to be exact), the ideapad 310 offers 12GB of DDR4 RAM, a 1TB hard drive, and a 2.5 GHz AMD A12-9700P APU—meaning it has the memory, storage, and processing speed you need for your most intense projects. Whether you’re working remotely, cramming for finals, or simply unwinding after a job well done, this laptop has you covered. Plus, its integrated Bluetooth 4.0, USB 3.0, and HDMI support assures it will play nicely with all your other tech accessories.

Here are all the relevant details:

Lenovo ideapad 310

Manufacturer: Lenovo
Processor Line: AMD A12-Series APU
Processor Model: 7th Gen A12-9700P APU
Cores: 10 Compute Cores (4 CPU + 6 GPU)
GPU Model: AMD Radeon R7 Graphics
Processor Speed: 2.50 GHz
Memory: 12GB
Operating System: Windows 10
Hard Drive Size: 1TB
Display Size: 15.6inch
Form Factor: Notebook
HDD Speed: 5400
Network Speed: Wireless
Optical Drive: DVD+RW
Weight: 4.80lbs
Price: from $581.99 (plus shipping)

Pure power that’s portable, affordable, and readily available—what more could you ask for? Still, if you think you need double the device budget to purchase a durable laptop and a flexible tablet, join us next time for “The Best of Both Worlds – HP Envy x360 2-in-1.”

This is a sponsored blog post for which GeekDad was compensated. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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