Lenovo Ideapad Slim 3 10th Gen Intel Core i3 15.6″ (39.62cm) FHD Thin & Light Laptop (8GB/256 GB SSD/UHD Graphics/Windows 10/MS Office/2 Year…

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  • Free upgrade to Windows 11 when available* Disclaimer-*The Windows 11 upgrade will be delivered late 2021 into 2022. Specific timing varies by device. Certain features require specific hardware.
  • Processor: 10th Gen Intel Core i3-10110U | Speed: 2.1 GHz (Base) – 4.1 GHz (Max) | 2 Cores | 4 Threads | 4MB Cache
  • OS: Pre-Loaded Windows 10 Home with Lifetime Validity
  • Pre-Installed: MS Office Home and Student 2019
  • Memory and Storage: 8GB RAM DDR4-2666, Upgradable to 12GB | 256 GB SSD
  • Graphics: Intel UHD 600 Integrated Graphics
  • Display: 15.6″ HD (1366×768) | Brightness: 220 nits | Anti-Glare
  • Design: 1.99 cm Thin and 1.7 kg Light
  • Battery Life: 45Wh Battery | Upto 8 Hours | Rapid Charge (Up to 80% in 1 Hour)
  • Camera (Built in): HD 720p (1.0MP) Camera | Fixed Focus | Privacy Shutter | Integrated Dual Array Microphone

Specification: Lenovo Ideapad Slim 3 10th Gen Intel Core i3 15.6″ (39.62cm) FHD Thin & Light Laptop (8GB/256 GB SSD/UHD Graphics/Windows 10/MS Office/2 Year…



Maximum Memory Supported

‎12 GB



Model Name

‎IdeaPad 3 15IML05

Model Year


Product Dimensions

‎36.2 x 25.3 x 2 cm, 1.7 Kilograms


‎1 Lithium Polymer batteries required. (included)

Item model number


Memory Storage Capacity

‎256 GB

Flash Memory Installed Size


Processor Count




Ram Memory Technology


Computer Memory Type


Hard Drive Interface

‎PCIE x 2

Hard Disk Description


Optical Drive Type

‎No Optical Drive

Operating System

‎Windows 10 Home

Processor Brand


Processor Speed

‎2.1 GHz

Processor Type

‎Core i3

Ram Memory Installed Size

‎8 GB

Processor Model Number

‎10th Gen Intel Core i3-1011OU

Display Type


Audio Details

‎Headphones, Speakers

Graphics Card Interface


Graphics Coprocessor

‎Integrated Intel UHD Graphics


‎1920 x 1080 Pixels

Mounting Hardware

‎Laptop, Power Adapter, User Manual

Number Of Items


Software Included

‎Office Home and Student 2019, Windows 10 Home 64, English

Display Technology


Standing screen display size

‎15.6 Inches

Graphics Card Description


Graphics RAM Type


Battery Average Life

‎8 Hours

Batteries Included


Batteries Required


Battery Cell Composition


Wireless Type


Total Usb Ports


Connector Type

‎Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, USB, Ethernet, HDMI

Device interface - primary


Form Factor


Item Weight

‎1 kg 700 g

8 reviews for Lenovo Ideapad Slim 3 10th Gen Intel Core i3 15.6″ (39.62cm) FHD Thin & Light Laptop (8GB/256 GB SSD/UHD Graphics/Windows 10/MS Office/2 Year…

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  1. Amazon Customer

    Overall okay laptop in the price range.
    Pros: pretty fast operation with 8gb ram, slim design, lightweight at 1.6kg, finger/voice recognition, camera with privacy shutters
    Cons: very poor battery life. With proper internet connectivity, it only lasts upto 4 hours on an average while claiming to be working till 7.5 hours. Also, I personally do not like non-metallic keyboard–so that’s another negative for me. Also, poor VGA-quality camera. Sound is also not that great. I have used hp throughout my life from different ranges. In my experience, by far, this is the worst laptop regarding sound.

    Given the price range, it is okay for someone who uses laptop strictly for official/academic purposes. Not sure if the battery will last if one opts to watch a movie or videos for a longer time. Hope this helps.

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  2. GV

    Sturdy build/ keyboard with big keys friendly to kiss and elderly
    Comes preinstalled with licensed windows and online free office.
    8Gb RAM, 250 SSD performance makes sure we take the best of the smaller i3 gen processor.
    Screen brightness and display quality at par with my 1.7L HP laptop against sunlight
    USB 3 ports run fast as expected

    Camera is below expectation, like were in early 90s /vga level
    The bottom plastic cover looks very old/cheap does not match the top and keyboard layout/ premium look.
    Audio is not very loud either, just does the job.
    No backlight on keybord, I don’t feel needed for most users
    Last was missing ethernet port if someone is looking for backup.

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  3. Aswathy M L

    Light weight with brushed aluminium body. The end product is appealing but the quality and after sales services are poorest.
    Bought the laptop on 15th June 2020. July end the speakers are not working. Called Lenovo for support and after more than a week ie today 7th Aug, 2020 the keyboard was replaced as the speakers arebin the keyboard. Can you imagine the speakers are still not working. Now the mm other board is being replaced, ddong know by when it will be replaced.
    Hope such situations donot arise to you at all.

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  4. Yash

    Received the product yesterday, and here’s a brief and honest review of the product.
    1. As expected from a 10th gen i3 with 8GB and SSD combo, boot-up time and performance is a breeze.
    2. Set-up is not painstaking, thank Cortana and Win10 for that. MS Office is bundled, and gets activated shortly after Windows activation (don’t rush).
    3. Sound quality was poor, but improved after updates and installation of Dolby software (yes, it will come along with the updates, and I have installed any custom app yet)
    4. Keyboard is responsive with light touch keys. No backlit, but they didn’t say it will have 🙂
    5. Thin and lightweight as advertised, and has a decent airbrush finish on top.
    1. The build quality left me highly unimpressed. Looks very fragile with plastic body that one can feel when you gently press the top or the body.
    2. Next huge disappointment is the webcam quality (0.3 MP). Primary use for me is video-conf, so this is a severe let down (and sad that I cannot return it now)
    3. Sound quality with the improvement due to updates still leaves me wanting for more.
    Final verdict: If you need the laptop for video calls, stay away! Other than that, value for money for the performance, but there are good alternates in slightly higher price bucket.
    Overall, for 35K an i3 with 8GB/ SSD combo is a good deal if you can live with the not so great webcam.

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  5. Ananda Kumar Mitra

    Thanks Amazon for a timely and safe delivery during this situation. The laptop is premium in look. Smooth in Operation. Preinstalled windows and office are very helpful. it’s a great choice for medium user as I feel after two to three days of it’s use. Regarding specs you can see in the product page. Only thing is that core i3 tenth generation processor with 8 GB RAM is a fabulous combination. That’s all for this period.

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  6. Avinash Londhe

    First of all it looks super premium. Searched for laptop for almost a week. My requirements were 8 gb ram, SSD not HD , best display, fast booting, loaded with Windows and MS Office. I got lot of options but nearly all were above 42k but this is 38490. With card discount of 2k. And one more positive point is Intel i310th gen processor. Bought this for kid as he has online classes. Battery last 2 to 3 hrs depending on usage. So good.
    I can easily recommend this as this was launched in April 2020. So go for it guys.

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  7. Venkat Majeti

    Its been 7days with this product, battery backup is not so good as per their claim. on continuous usage battery backup is coming ~3hrs.
    Right Alt key is not functioning while I am using for Excel work (Alt+Enter).
    One time I have faced, Screen blurring while working and after restart it is fine. But not sure will that issue repeat or not.
    Very Light Weight product. Key board is convenient for Work.
    Over all looks good.

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  8. shekhar nair

    Lenovo has been a name associated with quality. Even though the laptop looks and feels ergonomic, with spacious keypad and stress free trackpad, the experience is quite harrowing. The battery initially lasted for 5-7 hours even mild gaming or video watching. But within a month it has dropped down to hardly 2 hours. The lithium cell supposedly needs to hold the juice for at least a day with mild computing applications, which has never been the case. There are bloatware in the system draining the internet all the time apart from the normal windows 10 draining. I’ve been using ThinkPad series laptops for years, for all my process intensive applications, and very satisfied. Using less process IdeaPad for normal user applications supposedly should have been a better experience. Alas, it’s nothing better than dismal. If there was anyway to give zero or negative stars I definitely would have done that.

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