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Display and Design
The Lenovo essential G505S (59-380131) sports an HD LED Glare display of 15.6-inches with a native WXGA resolution of 1,366 x 768 pixels. The glare display generally tends to decrease the quality of pictures by changing the brightness, color, sharpness and contrast. It is encased in a 26mm thick body which is neither too glossy nor too dull and looks good. The casing carries a standard keyboard and touchpad with support for multi touch gestures.
CPU and OS
At the heart of the device, there is a Quad Core A10-5750M processor from APU that is built on AMD A76M chipset and functions at a speed of 2.5GHz. The laptop has the usual 4GB 1600MHz DDR3 RAM which is further upgradable up to 8GB through 2 unused slots. A dedicated and powerful 2GB ATI Sunpro 8570 A10 graphics card makes sure that the user has a great time while watching high resolution videos and playing HD games. It runs on Windows 8 software platform.
Camera, Storage and Multimedia
The Lenovo essential G505S (59-380131) has a webcam capable of shooting 720p videos integrated with analog microphone to make video chats smooth. Its 1TB HDD relieves the user from storage problems. You can use the Rambo optical drive to playback and write files on all types of disks.
The presence of 2 1.5W stereo speakers with Dolby Advance Studio is suitable for creating the perfect ambience for entertainment. To boost your experience, the laptop boasts of solid graphics.
Battery and Connectivity
The 6 cell battery promises to run continuously for up to 3 hours. From the connectivity front, the Lenovo essential G505S (59-380131) sports Ethernet, WLAN, Bluetooth, 1 USB 2.0 port, 2 USB 3.0 ports, HDMI out, digital media reader and VGA port.
The Lenovo essential G505S (59-380131) packs a host of features which are hardly seen in gadgets of the same price range. Its powerful graphics combined with Dolby speakers make it ideal for gaming and entertainment. A 1TB hard disk, HD webcam and sound processor make it good for business as well. However, you should skip this if you want the performance of an Intel processor.