How is Lenovo IdeaPad S940 battery life?

How is Lenovo IdeaPad S940 battery life?

Best answer: Overall, it's alright, but not great. The battery life varies depending on which display you choose when configuring a Lenovo IdeaPad S940. The UHD 4K option will drain your battery quickly, while the standard HD 1080p screen will allow your device to stay running longer.Decided by display: Lenovo IdeaPad S940 (From $1,400 at Lenovo)

What's the battery life like?

Overall, the battery life of the Lenovo IdeaPad S940 is decent, but nothing to write home about. It mostly depends on which display you choose to equip your laptop with. Opting for the standard HD 1080p display will net you around eight hours of battery life, while the brighter and more detailed UHD 4K display cuts that down to just five hours of life. This means that the UHD 4K version of the IdeaPad S940 won't be ideal for long periods away from the charger.

Why should you get a Lenovo IdeaPad S940?

While the average battery performance is rather disappointing, there are plenty of things that the Lenovo IdeaPad S940 does excellently. Its UHD 4K display is gorgeously bright and crisp, meaning that images and video will look fantastic on the device, and even if you choose the 1080p option the visual quality will still be incredibly solid. As we previously mentioned, which display you choose will affect your battery, but both are great choices.

It can be configured with an Intel Core i7-8565U processor and up to 16GB of LPDDR3 RAM, and together with the Integrated Intel UHD 620 graphics hardware, this will be more than enough to handle any activities you plan to use the laptop for, minus modern gaming.

The physical design of the laptop is awesome too. It weighs just 2.6 lbs, which is light for a laptop. In addition to that, it's also super thin at just under half-an-inch thick, which makes it extremely easy to fit into your bag and take on the go. Lastly, the bezels around the screen are razor thin, which is always wonderful to see since large bezels can make the laptop user experience less enjoyable for many people.

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