Lenovo S21e 80M4002DUS 11.6-Inches Laptop (Intel Celeron N2840 2.1 GHz Processor, 2 GB DDR3 RAM, 32 GB SSD, Windows 8.1 Operating System) Description
Style:Laptop Product Description The Lenovo S21e is thin, light and perfect for on-the-go consumers looking for an affordable laptop. Amazon.com Product information Style:Laptop Technical Details Collapse all Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM Screen Size 11.6 inches Max Screen Resolution 1366×768 pixels Processor 2.1 GHz Intel Celeron RAM 2 GB DDR3 Memory Speed 1600 MHz Hard Drive 32 GB flash_memory_solid_state Graphics Coprocessor Integrated Card Description Integrated Wireless Type 802.11bgn Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1 Number of USB 3.0 Ports 1 Average Battery Life (in hours) 9 hours Other Technical Details Brand Name Lenovo Series Lenovo Item model number 80M4002DUS Operating System Windows 8.1 Item Weight 2.75 pounds Product Dimensions 11.6 x 8.4 x 0.7 inches Item Dimensions L x W x H 11.61 x 8.36 x 0.74 inches Color Black Processor Brand Intel Processor Count 2 Computer Memory Type DDR3 SDRAM Flash Memory Size 32.0 Optical Drive Type None Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included) Technical Specification Warranty [pdf ] Additional Information ASIN B00WR2888U Customer Reviews 3.6 out of 5 stars 170 customer reviews 3.6 out of 5 stars Best Sellers Rank #17,184 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100) #4,093 in Computers & Accessories > Laptops > Traditional Laptops Shipping Weight 3.85 pounds Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues. International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More Date First Available June 15, 2015 Warranty & Support Amazon.com Return Policy: You may return any new computer purchased from Amazon.com that is ‘dead on arrival,’ arrives in damaged condition, or is still in unopened boxes, for a full refund within 30 days of purchase. 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When you click on a Sponsored Product ad, you will be taken to an Amazon detail page where you can learn more about the product and purchase it. To learn more about Amazon Sponsored Products, click here. Customer Questions & Answers See questions and answers 170 customer reviews3.6 out of 5 stars3.6 out of 5 stars5 star42%4 star25%3 star14%2 star3%1 star16% Review this productShare your thoughts with other customersWrite a customer review Customer images See all customer images Read reviews that mention hard drive flash drive upgrade to windows microsoft office web browsing works great battery life waste of money price i paid happy with my purchase play games check email low price solid state stopped working recovery partition operating system usb stick touch screen card slot Showing 1-3 of 170 reviewsTop ReviewsMost recentTop ReviewsThere was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.Paul S. Gooding5.0 out of 5 starsBetter than the low price would lead you to expect. Better than a Chromebook.July 21, 2015Style: LaptopVerified PurchaseThis is my first day with the little machine, and so far I am very happy with it. I’ve bought dozens of computers over the years, for both business and personal use, so I am rather picky, and at the same time, rather patient with little differences between products.Love the screen, its matte finish makes it comfortable to use in all light levels, and the quality of the image is excellent. The keyboard feels good, a quality tactile experience, although I am used to typing on a full sized keyboard and I have to slow down a bit to adapt to this slightly scrunched layout. Setup was painless, and thanks to Google and Chrome, all my browser preferences and bookmarks were there instantly. The first thing I did was download Chrome, as i will not use Internet Explorer if I can avoid it.As small format Windows PCs go, the machine is better than you’d expect at this price. Not loaded with memory or a really fast processor, the performance is suitable mainly for straightforward websurfing, email, watching some videos, shopping, banking, googling. CPU intensive or memory intensive apps and games will probably not fare all that well on this little guy. But for everyday student-homemaker use, it’s great, and I like it much better than a Chromebook for various reasons, one of which is, there are windows apps that won’t run on a Chromebook and I am not willing to give those up.Now, the biggest single thing about this laptop: It’s a Windows 8 machine, and this is my first exposure to that operating system. My daily driver laptop, which I have been using heavily for 5 years, is a Windows 7 device, and before that I was a devoted Windows XP fan. Windows 8 has gotten a lot of bad press, many people seem to hate it because of its quirky ‘Start’ interface with its flashy tiles and confusing layout. So let’s talk about that aspect of this little Lenovo.First thing: Win 8 is not nearly as awful as its haters say it is. I figured it out in about 20 minutes, and that’s after 25 years of using just about every Windows version that has been out there in that time. Win 8 is windows, and the hated Start interface can be brushed aside in favor of the familiar Desktop very easily. I figured it out in minutes, and then, I went back and visited Start again just for the fun of it … it’s odd, but really rather charming in its own odd way, and useful at times. So, if you take the few minutes to familiarize yourself with the methods of flipping from one interface to the other … from Start to Desktop and back again …. it’s really a pretty easy workspace to handle for anyone familiar with Windows. So, if Win 8 is a worry for you, and you haven’t used it, don’t be afraid of it. It’s just another way to see the machine, and its quirky interface goes away with a click and the familiar Desktop is right there. My initial batter life looks to be in the 4.5 hour range but I will report in a week or two after more time with it.Last but not least, my hunch is that one reason for the low price on this machine is in fact Windows 8, now that it has been ‘replaced’ in the product lineup by Windows 10. Maybe they want to get rid of Win 8 inventory, or maybe they are getting Win 8 licenses for cheap, I don’t know, but that explains for me why the machine is so cheap. It’s not cheaply made, it looks and feels very nice. But it has a lightweight processor, a smallish amount of memory and onboard storage, and last year’s Windows version that people have not loved, but really, is just another Windows system and doesn’t deserve the hate. All in all, this machine is a bargain at the well-under-200 dollar price, and I recommend it.Read more 118 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseMokona4.0 out of 5 starsGreat notebook for basic use.August 23, 2015Style: LaptopVerified PurchaseThis is a decent low cost notebook PC for basic use, though it does require some work to properly set it up.=-=-=-=-=-Hardware Review Time!!!==-=–==-=-=-=-=-=-The system comes with an Intel Celeron N2840 (Dual core with no hyperthreading, with a base clock speed of 2.16GHz, and a boost clock speed of 2.57GHz. (Due to the decent passive cooling, the system can pretty much stay at its boost clock nonstop during full load without throttling). The performance at its boost clock is similar to that of older core 2 duo based laptops (specifically, the Intel Core 2 Duo P8400) (the Notebookcheck website has a number of benchmarks done on this CPU)It also has 2GB of RAM, of which 119MB is reserved for the GPU, and, thus leaving you with 1929MB of user accessible RAM (DDR3 1333). It has a read speed of 8352MB/s, and a write speed of 5260MB/s.The GPU performance is very low, it will not handle much beyond random 3D games from 2011. Overall, do not get this system to game on it natively. On the other hand, the GPU has full hardware acceleration, and thus it works quite well for game streaming.The storage performance is also decent for a low end system, with read speeds up to 168MB/s (buffered speeds at 210MB/s, tested in AIDA64), and a Write speed of up to 124MB/sThe read and write speeds far exceed the performance you will find in even 7200RPM laptop drives, especially when you consider the low 4K reads and writes, (this makes the system boot rather quickly).Now for the display, this is where the budget nature really shows its self. The display seems like a 600:1 contrast ratio panel with relatively poor vertical viewing angles. Furthermore, it is not factory calibrated very well, with an improper white balance (too much blue). I was able to get a good improvement in the picture quality by using a colorimeter, and generating an ICC profile. This improved the color of the panel, especially when it comes to highlight and shadow detail. (by default, any luminance value below 1.6%, is clipped to black, 99-100% luminance is clipped to white. Display calibration, helps to improve the contrast accuracy, as well as the color accuracy, while still allowing for 0% for black, and 100% for white.For the keyboard, it appears to have a small amount of flex while you are typing. This is not an inward flex, but an outward flex. it is due to how the keyboard is mounted. The keyboard its self has 2 mounting posts in the upper corners, 2 in the center, and clips near the bottom. The problem is that due to how the system is designed, there are no screws holding the center posts in place, thus the keyboard is not held flush with the top panel, and thus it has a small amount of flex. (the top panel of the system is solid though).The speakers are also decent (considering the cost of this device). They can get pretty loud, though like many small speakers, they cannot do frequencies below 100Hz, thus you get no bass, though they are better than most tablet speakers, (even the higher end ones).=–==-=-=-Windows 10 aspect-=-==-=-=-First, make sure you update the bios as soon as you get it. I received mine about 3 days ago, and it came the 1.04 BIOS, which has what is pretty much a BIOS level rootkit that installs some of the Lenovo bloat onto the machine. Version 1.05 of the BIOS and newer, removes that rootkit.Next, grab a 16GB flash drive or Micro SD card and connect it to the notebook, and then do the windows 10 upgrade; this will allow you to have a permanent activation for windows 10 home (far better than windows 8.1 bing edition). After that, use a tool AIDA64, or ‘ShowKeyPlus’, to display your windows product key (save a copy of that key) (it is good to have this just in case windows does not automatically activates during a clean install, which we will do later)After upgrading to windows 10, use that 16GB flash drive, or another large flash drive, download the ‘Windows 10 media creation tool’ from the Microsoft website.After that have the tool create a bootable USB for installing Windows 10 Home (64 bit).After the bootable USB installer has been made, open the drive in windows explorer, and create a new folder (name it anything you like, e.g., Lenovo drivers).After you have finished that, head to the Lenovo website and download all of the windows 10 drivers for the Lenovo ‘S21e-20’ (You will have to click on ‘Show All’ on the bottom of the page to see all of the windows to drivers).Save all of the windows 10 drivers to the folder you made on the bootable flash drive. You will need these drivers later since windows 10 will not have generics for most of the components. Furthermore, also understand that on a fresh windows 10 install, the touchpad will not work until its drivers are installed, so you will have to use a USB mouse, or navigate using the keyboard. (Install the Intel Serial-IO Driver first)=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-Doing the clean install of windows 10 (after you have done the free upgrade):Once you have the flash driver with the windows installer, and drivers ready, we can then reboot the PC and head into the bios (by default if is Fn + F2 (press and hold Fn, and rapidly tap F2 when the screen goes black after you have begun the reboot process, or are turning the computer on from a powered off state). Once in the BIOS, you can head over to the ‘Boot’ tab, and then under ‘EFI’ you can select your flash drive containing the windows 10 installer, and then press F6 to move it to the top or at least ABOVE ‘Windows Boot Manager’After that, you can save changes and restart.The system should then boot from the flash drive, thus allowing you to begin the installation process.We can now do the clean install. After clicking on install now, you may have 2 options, You will want to select ‘Custom’Next it will display a list of all of the partitions on the NAND.Delete all of them, you want the entire drive to be unallocated. (PS, this will erase the windows 8.1 recovery partition).Now you can proceed with the install, Windows 10 will automatically handle all of the partitioning, and once it is done installing, you will have an additional 7GB of free space compared to the factory windows 8.1 install. The clean install will further save another 2-5GB by not having the Lenovo bloat, and various other redundant files, leaving you with around 18GB of free space. You can further free up more space by removing the windows 10 bloat such as the xbox live software, the 1 month trialware for office, and various other useless windows Windows 10 bloat. (Google search for Windows 10 what to remove, for more info on what to remove and how to remove some of the more annoying bloat).=-=-=-=-=-=-External overview notes worth mentioning=-=-=-=-=-=-=-The system has a micro SD card slot on the right side of the unit. It is mostly recessed, but the end of the micro SD card does stick out about 1mm (the slot its self is spring loaded, so you push the card in to eject, or install the card).The touchpad is a decent size, though it has a few software issues, the 1 finger right click detection is not 100% reliable, and sometimes you may end up with it performing both actions (e.g., you try to right click on a link to open it in a new tab, and the system initiates a left click in addition to bringing up the right click menu. Until that issue is fixed, it is better to push using 2 fingers, that gesture does a completely reliable right click.=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-A few awesome use cases=-=-=-==-=-I mainly got this system for basic productivity work, and audio recording. Since it is all solid state, with passive cooling, the system makes no noise. With this, I can connect a high quality USB mic to it (or use a USB to XLR adapter) and do some audio recording, without worrying about the sound of an active cooling system showing up in the audio recording).=-=-=-=-=Interesting UI tweaks that I recommend=–==-=-=-=-=-Since this is a low resolution (1366×768) display that is 11.6 inches, screen space is really limited.A significant amount of screen space can be recovered without giving up any features or functionality by going into the taskbar settings, and then setting it to use small buttons.After that, UI tweaking tools (which automate the registry editing process, such as winaero tweaker), to reduce the height of the title bar, and window boarders. Setting window boarders to the smallest size, will give you the nice thin borders from the windows classic theme from windows 7 (saves a good amount of screen space).For the title bars, set it to the lowest size, it will automatically snap to the smallest size that will fit the text and buttons, thus it removes the negative space, without making buttons harder to use, or text harder to read. With all of this, you can save around 50-60pixels of vertical screen space, which is a lot on a 768pixel high display. Windows 10 generally has a lot of negative space surrounding UI elements because it is designed to also work with touch screen displays, thus they add a lot of negative/ blank space to make the UI more finger friendly. If you are using a mount and keyboard, or mouse cursor, then this is simply a waste that makes the device more frustrating to use.=-=-=-Closing Statement=-=-All in all, with a little work, I managed to customize the system to better fit my needs. I recovered most of the wasted screen space, I calibrated the display, and by removing the bloat, I managed to free up enough space to have windows fully updated, with many apps, and still have over 10GB of free internal storage.I keep music and videos on a micro SD card .=-=-=-=-Cons=-=-=-=-For a device of this class, you cannot really knock it for some low end specs, but you can knock it for bad design choices that are part of planned obsolescence. The battery is not user replaceable (to get to it, it requires a lengthy teardown process, and even worst, it is a custom design, thus finding replacements will be very hard. For most consumer electronics, the only reason to ever make a device not have a user replaceable battery, is to implement planned obsolescence through the use of using a component with a known limited lifespan. li-Ion batteries typically can do 500-1000 charge cycles, but with each charge cycle, they lose a little bit of their capacity. In the past when this happened (e.g., your laptop battery only lasting 20 minutes), you could buy a replacement battery and have it changed within a few seconds. With non user replaceable batteries, the average user is forced to replace the device, even if the hardware is not obsolete yet.—–Edit: I wanted to add a photo of the Micro SD card slot when a card is actually fully installed.Read more 50 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseReader Gonna Read4.0 out of 5 starsA Deal Too Good To Pass Up!July 19, 2015Style: LaptopVerified PurchaseBought this laptop on the PrimeDay specials and for the price I couldn’t turn it down. I’ve used it for 3 days now and I’m very pleased.What it works great for:Simple web browsingStreaming–I found that with the streaming it depended on what website I was using. I used Netflix and that streamed really well. I then used CBS and it was very choppy. Not sure why that was, but I still got through the show I wanted to watch.So light! Can’t believe how light this is. My old laptop is several years old and it runs very hot and has an extension battery so it weighs about 10 pounds. I use to carry it around my college campus and boy do i wish they had these several years ago because my would have felt so much better!A few negatives though. Sometimes the mouse is not responsive. I’m not sure if it’s because I’m doing too much, but I have to wait a few seconds for it to work again. I didn’t find that a problem with my external mouse, but when I’m in bed I can only use the touchpad.The keyboard is VERY flat. I usually have long nails and it made it a little more awkward to type. It’s fine, but I’d have preferred a slightly bigger key. The backspace button is also very small and feels further away than normal. Just a little thing I don’t like.I gave this laptop 4 stars though because it is PERFECT for what I bought it for.Research. Web browsing. Streaming. Nothing heavy duty involved.I don’t play games. I don’t listen to music on it. It’s just so much easier to use a real laptop vs my iPad mini when I need to type up long emails or want to do more involved researched.Read more 15 people found this helpful Helpful Comment Report abuseSee all 170 reviewsWrite a customer review Customers also shopped forPage 1 of 1 Start overPage 1 of 1 This shopping feature will continue to load items. In order to navigate out of this carousel please use your heading shortcut key to navigate to the next or previous heading. 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