Lenovo Ideapad Laptop series has been a pretty tough competitor in the global market. Ideapad B4180 looks rigid and from the outside and it literally feels we. This laptop is mid-ranger and in comparison to its mid-range configuration, it is worth the money. Most importantly, this can handle graphic designing and video editing decently and the AMD Radeon R5 2GB dedicated graphics just support your heavy load work along with 6th generation Intel Core-i5 processor. Despite being a cheap device it has a good keyboard but the case feels really cheap because it has a lot of weak spots.
- AMD Radeon R5 M330 2GB Graphic
- 6th Gen Intel Core i5-6200U
- 4GB 1600 BUS DDR3L RAM,
- 1TB SATA HDD,
- AMD Radeon R5 M330 2GB Dedicated Graphics Card,
- 14″ HD Anti-glare Led Display,
- USB 2.0 & 3.0 ports/HDMI/RJ-45/Card Reader/Wi-Fi/ Bluetooth®4.0 , DVD+RW, Webcam,
- Up to 5 hours with 4-cell battery.
Lenovo Ideapad B4180, 6th Gen Intel core i5-6200U, 4GB 1600 BUS DDR3L RAM, 1TB SATA HDD, AMD Radeon R5 M330 2GB Dedicated Graphics Card
Lenovo Ideapad B4180 comes with a 6th Gen Intel Core i5-6200U (2.3GHz Turbo Up to 2.80 GHz, 3MB Cache) processor and 4GB 1600 BUS DDR3L RAM. In terms of storage, there are variations but 1TB SATA HDD is pretty normal. Most importantly, the AMD Radeon R5 M330 2GB Dedicated Graphics Card is an ultimate power booster in this cheap laptop. It also has 14″ HD Anti-glare Led Display that looks bright and works well. Overall the chassis is a bit poor in comparison to another aspect of the laptop.
- Cheap, relatively good keyboard, almost no heat emissions, a lot of storage space
- Quiet, relatively cool, lots of storage space, maintenance flaps, good application performance, gaming-ready
- The cheap case has many weak spots, no USB Type-C, no backlit keyboard, poor touchpad controls, slow SD-card reader, throttling at load, noisy hard drive, very small battery
- Dark screen with poor viewing angles, no USB-C port, weak case