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Refurbished Lenovo IdeaPad 120S Intel Pentium N4200 4GB 128GB 14 Inch Windows 10 Laptop A1/81A5000VUK

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Lenovo has created a portable, chic little laptop, which is ready to take care of all your work and play requirements. With its Dual-Core Pentium processor and Solid State Drive, you’ll experience super speed no matter if you’re emailing friends, watching your favourite programme or working on your next project.

Dual-Core processing

Intel's Dual-Core Pentium processor delivers impressive performance, letting you complete all of your daily computing tasks with ease. It's perfect for creating documents, watching movies or surfing the web, while a turbo boost will help the Pentium power through more demanding jobs.

Solid State Drive

The 128GB Solid State Drive gives you the capacity to store your documents and media, while ensuring quicker and reliable access to your files and programs. SSDs are far faster than regular hard drives. Ingeniously, SSDs don't use moving parts to work, which makes them far more dependable and also quieter.

Packed with ports

Featuring One USB C and two USB 3.0 ports, you can be sure there is space for all your external devices to be attached. The SD memory card reader will helpfully give you the chance to directly upload your images from a digital camera to the computer. If that’s not enough, this little laptop also has a HDMI port, so you’re all set for any larger multimedia experiences.

A1 Refurbished Grading

  • Products as good as new
  • Often just opened and returned with zero use

What's In The Box

  • Laptop
  • Power adaptor