Lenovo Ideapad 710s Plus Specs and Review

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If you want a premium laptop with beautiful design and breathtaking performance, the Lenovo Ideapad 710S Plus is just right for you. Built with security in mind having a fingerprint reader that lets you log in quickly and prevents unauthorized access to your PC. It is thin and light with a 13.3″ brilliant hi-res display that features a powerful processor and lightning-fast solid state drive.

Key Features

    • Up to 7th Generation Intel® Core™ i5 Processor
    • Windows 10 Home
    • NVIDIA® GeForce® 940MX Discrete Graphics
    • 13.3″ FHD IPS (1920 x 1080) display
    • 8 GB DDR4
    • 256 GB PCIe SSD
    • Up to 7 Hours Battery Life
    • Starting at 1.27 kg

Lenovo Ideapad 710S Plus: Design and Features

The Lenovo Ideapad 710S Plus is a premium laptop that is not cheap, but not too expensive. Starting at around $1000 or HK $8,200 or depending on where you will buy it – this laptop is super thin and light which is metal built weighing just 1.27 kg. It has a fingerprint reader which is a good addition to make it more premium. It can be use to unlock your pc and serve as a security code to prevent unauthorized access. Instead of remembering a cumbersome password, simply swipe your finger across the built-in fingerprint reader and voila. You can even set the reader to allow multiple users to log in to their personal accounts. The Macbook Pro 2016 with Touch ID has its own fingerprint reader too, but it will costs you $1,799 which is too expensive for average users who wanted premium looking laptop.

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Without a doubt, it is a great looking machine. It really feels a high-end ultrabook although it’s not as good as the 12″ Macbook which is made of entirely aluminum. However, the Lenovo Ideapad 710S Plus is a beauty on its own right. Thanks to its 5 mm narrow bezel offering head-turning style. Matching the screen is a high-resolution 13.3″ FHD IPS (1920 x 1080) display that delivers surperb detail, color, and clarity.

The speakers sounds very good. With a built-in JBL stereo speakers and Dolby Audio™ Premium, you can expect an awesome sound experience. It’s like having a personal home theater built into your IdeaPad 710S Plus. The two speakers firing down from the front produce a surprisingly good quality sound. It may not be the best, but with a small laptop like this, you are in a treat. The keyboard is a typical lenovo type which is good.

As for battery life, Lenovo Ideapad 710S Plus claims to power up to 7 hours. The good thing is, with USB always-on charging, you can even charge other devices even when your laptop is in sleep mode. Although some ultrabooks perform longer like the MacBook Air or DELL XPS 13 which can last up to 10 hours, the Ideapad 710S Plus still can manage your normal daily usage.

Should You Buy the Lenovo Ideapad 710S Plus?lenovo-laptop-ideapad-710splus-13-sound-5

Without a doubt, this is a fantastic ultrabook laptop which sits between not too cheap and not to expensive laptop. It has all the premium qualities of a high end thin and light weight windows laptop.

The Lenovo Ideapad 710S Plus has a very good quality screen, decent battery life and impressive audio. It has a fingerprint reader too which is a welcome addition to make it more premium machine. It also has its own dedicated graphic card using NVIDIA GeForce 940MX with a very fast solid state drive (SSD) technology, PCIe SSD that promises faster read/write times compared to older SSDs. Given these key features, you will not go wrong with this laptop.

You can get a cheaper ultrabook elsewhere, but you need to settle for a Core M processor or you can get a better looking ultrabook, but it is more expensive. Besides, not all ultrabooks have a fingerprint reader and dedicated graphics.

So, do you like the Lenovo Ideapad 710S Plus? Let us know if you plan to buy this laptop.

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