AS the world rapidly shifts gears towards becoming more technologically advanced, the impact on our lives becomes even more profound.
It is more evident now thanks to the pandemic that the world has leaned heavily on technology to bolster all aspects of the economy and society.
Education is similarly affected with home-based learning (PdPR) being the solution that the Malaysian Education Ministry has proposed.
A paramount tool for learning is a laptop, which integrates the power and diversity of a full-fledged computer with the invaluable benefit of portability.
Even so, software and applications have become increasingly intensive, and today’s top performance laptops are usually priced RM4,000 and above.
For parents like you, that is quite an investment on top of the already burgeoning annual allocation for your child’s education.
But the Lenovo Ideapad Slim 3i offers the promise of high performance for a better learning experience at home, at a fraction of the price.
You get agility thanks to its 11th Generation Intel Core i7 processor, setting industry-leading CPU performance with discrete-level graphics, amazing AI acceleration with a great battery life.
It can fit up to 12GB DDR4 RAM memory, a hard disk with storage up to 1TB, and 512GB NVMe solid-state drive to store more worksheets and assignments, and even video instructions.
The graphics is supported by the Intel Iris Xe Graphics, displayed on a 15.6-inch antiGlare LED backlight screen with full high definition at 1080p resolution, as well as two 1.5W Dolby audio speakers,
No more drop frames during online classes and only crisp, clear sounds to better comprehend explanations and instructions.
But if your child prefers better concentration, they can plug in a headset with a mouthpiece to the speaker and microphone combo jack.
The IdeaPad Slim 3i is equipped with a 720p HD webcam with a discreet privacy shutter and a fingerprint reader that keeps all documents securely locked away.
The Lenovo IdeaPad Slim 3i is ideal for your child, due to its Smart Learning features.
This add-on improves remote learning experience by addressing the digital issues that arose in last year’s MCO, especially so when it comes to maintaining focus and motivation during online classes.
One of Smart Learning’s components is the Lenovo Aware, which is built into the laptop with healthcare solutions that can help your child make better use of the PC.
Using the PC’s built-in camera sensors, Lenovo Aware picks up your child’s level of attention and sitting posture, via non-verbal body language, space and eye contact and prompts him to either sit back from the screen, straighten up or take a break to rest his eyes.
Smart Learning also generates easy-to-understand reports showing the cumulative benchmarks of your child’s average PC usage.
This opens up greater insights for you on his online engagement, class productivity, and digital well-being so you can track his wins and identify where to improve.
The audio system of the laptop is also equipped with a noise cancelling function to block out background noises, while the Q-Control helps optimise the processor performance by increasing efficiency while keeping the machine quiet.
You will also get a comprehensive support system with the Lenovo Premium Care, backed by trained technicians providing real-time solutions, 24 hours a day for 365 days.
For more, visit https://www.lenovo.com/my/en/ideapad.