Lenovo Ideapad 110s 11.6" Laptop Intel Celeron 2GB Memory 32GB eMMC Flash Memory $109.99 via Best Buy at ebay.com + FS

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Lenovo Ideapad 110s 11.6" Laptop Intel Celeron 2GB Memory 32GB eMMC Flash Memory
$109.99 via Best Buy
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Lenovo-Ideapad-110s-11-6-034-Laptop-Intel-Celeron-2GB-Memory-32GB-eMMC-F-/322340025330

Get everyday computing wherever you with this Lenovo Ideapad 11.6-inch laptop. It includes 32GB of flash storage so that you can store basic files, and 2GB of RAM makes cloud computing a breeze. It also includes a dual-core Intel Celeron processor and Wi-Fi for easy connectivity from this Lenovo Ideapad 11.6-inch laptop. 

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Thanks Mr Star.
This is also available in store - https://www.fatwallet.com/forums/hot-deals/1563738

You really have to be careful with these lowest end "laptops". I think the companies go so far in cutting cost that the system is barely usable - and almost none of them is upgradeable (i.e. you can't add memory). I generally like Lenovo products, but this one only has 2GB Memory and 32GB eMMC Flash Memory (instead of a hard drive).
Windows 10 will barely run on a 2GB system (and then only if it can "page" a lot - which requires storage space, which is sorely lacking on this system), and with only 32GB of storage, there is barely room for windows (just a win10 install is about 12 or 15gb). In fact, a guy I know had a 32GB win 10 rig - and when it went to do a big windows update, it crashed because it couldn't even hold the whole update file.
We have a couple of small 2gb/64gb systems and they do OK for light browsing, email, etc. but I personally wouldn't wouldn't go any smaller on a windows machine. However, that is must my 2 cents. YMMV 

agreed 64GB should be min. Can Win 10 use HD for memory expansion k?



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