Designed to be a secondary PC for adults or a first computer for kids, Lenovo’s $199 Ideapad 110S packs a modest Intel Celeron CPU, an accurate touchpad and a responsive keyboard into its lightweight plastic chassis. The company also throws in a one-year subscription to Office 365 Personal, a $70 value.
Despite shortcomings such as below-average battery life and last-gen Wi-Fi, the 110S is a good value for the money. However, as long as it’s still for sale, Lenovo’s older Ideapad 100s is a stronger choice for those who want longer battery life with a little less performance.
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