Lenovo 320-15ABR 80XS0024US Review

Instead of Intel Inside maybe it is time to take a look at an AMD powered laptop such as the Lenovo 320-15ABR 80XS0024US. AMD has been a worthy competitor to Intel in the processing arena for many years and have proven themselves well worth a consideration. Below we are going to review some of the benefits and downsides of this Lenovo model and see if this is an option you should consider for your next purchase.

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Processor: AMD A12

Memory: 8 GB of RAM

Storage: 1 TB SATA

Screen: 15.6 Inches

OS: Windows 10


– The combination of the AMD A12 processor and 8 GB of memory gives this laptop plenty of performance especially for the price
– A large amount of storage is available due to the 1 TB SATA hard drive any most users will find that it has more than they could ever use
– This model is decently light for a full sized laptop at 4.85 pounds and thin at 0.9 inches
– Not just one but two USB 3.0 ports are available
– Includes Bluetooth 4.1
– System memory is expandable should you find it needs a boost of performance all the way up to 16 GB
– For those that still use physical media the optical drive is available and not removed like many newer models
– Keyboard includes a numeric keypad


– Battery life is poor with only 5 hours available on a single charge
– This model does not include touchscreen technology
– Basic graphics card will not be ideal for hardcore gaming
– Sound quality is poor out of low end speakers


The Lenovo 320-15ABR 80XS0024US is a very solid entry into the laptop market for the price. It has decent performance and is light enough to use as your everyday on the go device. Gamers might want to avoid it due to the lower end graphics card but all other types of consumers will probably love this laptop.

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