Here are the main pointers for the Lenovo IdeaPad S540 laptop:

– Bright, colourful display
– Crisp precision touchpad
– Physical shutter for webcam
– Slim but not at all lightweight
– Loud but unclear audio
– Shallow, uncomfortable keys

Lenovo IdeaPad S540 Laptop Pricing is as follows:
– Lenovo IdeaPad S540 Intel Core I5 15.6 inch – Rs 61,500

Read our Detailed Review of the Lenovo IdeaPad S540:

Performance of the Lenovo IdeaPad S540 Laptop:
The Lenovo IdeaPad S540 fared decently on our CPU and GPU benchmark tests. On PCMark 8’s Accelerated Creative test, the IdeaPad S540 bagged 3584 points, which is a little more than the IdeaPad S340’s 3464 and a little lower than the Asus VivoBook 14 X412’s 3758. On 3DMark’s Fire Strike and Cloud Gate, the review unit bagged 3079 and 13494 points, respectively. These figures are roughly three times better than the scores bagged by the IdeaPad S340 and approximately thirty per cent better than the scores bagged by the Asus VivoBook 14 X412, which features an Nvidia GeForce MX230 GPU.

Everyday performance of our review unit was good but not great; let me explain why. With Windows sitting on the solid-state drive, I was able to cold-boot to the desktop in under twenty-three seconds. Launching common applications such as Chrome, File Explorer, Word, and OneNote for the first time after booting up took no more than two or three seconds. But switching between open applications and reading files stored on the hard drive took some time. That one or two extra seconds the laptop took to switch between windows became a little annoying while multitasking. Save for the minor but noticeable lag caused by the bundled hard drive, the performance on the IdeaPad S540 is acceptable for its price. A full solid-state-drive storage setup is more preferable though.

Bottom line:
In my opinion, the 14-inch version of the IdeaPad S540, or even the recently launched Asus VivoBook S431, makes a lot of sense for users who want something thin and lightweight. Lenovo’s new Legion Y540 and Asus’ TUF Gaming series, on the other hand, make a lot of sense for users who want mid-range PC gaming. At a rather steep price of Rs 66,990, the IdeaPad S540 is neither here nor there. It’s a large 15.6-inch mainstream laptop that’s trying hard to fit into the Thin and Light category. It’s a confused device, frankly.

If you can live with its misplaced identity, the 15.6-inch Lenovo IdeaPad S540 is a fine laptop for everyday tasks, such as web browsing, online video playback, spreadsheet editing, programming, light image and video editing, and even a bit of low-graphics gaming. The speakers and keyboard disappoint but the display and touchpad are up to the mark. It’s a tough one to recommend, this Lenovo. But it’s not a bad buy by any means.

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