Lenovo V330 I7-8550U 8GB DDR4 1TB 5400rpm AMD Radeon 530 2GB

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Product name:
Lenovo V330
Intel® Core™ i7-8550U
Processor Generation:
8th Generation
Processor Details:
Intel® Core™i7-8550U (up to 4GHz , 8M cach)
Video graphics:
AMD Radeon™ 530
Video graphics Memorey:
2 GB
8 GB
Hard drive:
1 TB
Display Resolution:
1920 x 1080
2 cell
Connections :
1 x USB 3.0 Gen1 Type-C 2 x USB 3.0 (One always-on) VGA HDMI 4-in-1 card reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC, MMC) RJ-45 Gigabit Ethernet Audio combo jack
Operating System:
Free Dos
14.6" x 10" x 0.88"
Optical drive:
1.7 kg
1 Year

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The engineering science keyboard on the V330 was built for comfort and writing accuracy.




Keeps IT departments as happy as their users

Simple. Flexible. Compatible. The V330 is simple for IT to deploy, providing the simplicity of Windows ten professional, the pliability of associate Ultrabay drive that may house associate optical drive or associate additional battery, and therefore the hardware compatibility of multiple USB-C and USB 3.0 ports.
Reliable. Repairable. Secure. The V330 makes IT maintenance easy, too. It's reliable—as shown by the series of rigorous tests it undergoes against shocks, drops, and different extremes—and secure, because of its physical camera shutter, bit kind fingerprint reader (optional), and integrated TPM 1.2 firmware. And IT will rest simple with the Lenovo Sealed Battery warrantee, providing three-year coverage for non-CRU batteries.
Additional details on these features are available below.




Working anywhere just got easier

The engineering science keyboard on the V330 was built for comfort and writing accuracy. The full-sized keyboard enables you to blaze through tasks, whereas the big touchpad makes it even easier to be productive where you're – no mouse needed. And with plenty of life in its QuickCharge battery, plus an optional rechargeable Ultrabay battery for additional battery life, you’ll get a lot of uninterrupted time without worrying about electrical outlets.


Lenovo V330 (15) in Iron Gray and Mineral Gray, front and back views



Put it through the ringer – we did

The V330 was built to last. We tested it for dependability and sturdiness against eight extreme conditions: shock test; vibration test; keyboard in-system test; hinge life test; fan dependability test; panel scuff test; operative temperature test; and pressure test. This portable computer is prepared for no matter conditions your business will place it through.
And to place your mind additional comfortable, the V330 is backed by a one- or biennial base pledge, with up to 1 years total accessible (see the Services tab for information on Extensions).


Lenovo V330 (15) closed, back right side view



Laugh at would-be data thieves – including gravity

We know how important your data is. That’s why the V330 options the integrated microcode, sure Platform Module (TPM), that works in conjunction with Windows 10 professional Bitlocker. Together they encode all of your knowledge, yet as your passwords. And its Active Protection System automatically locks the hard drive when it detects a fall, further protecting you against data loss. Prevent physical theft with the Kensington lock slot. In addition, the V330’s physical camera shutter helps defend your privacy – merely slide it closed to stay the lens from seeing something.


Lenovo V330 (15) physical camera shutter feature



Let your assistant do the heavy lifting

Start with Windows 10 professional for your V330, which has your own personal assistant, Cortana. With Associate in Nursing Intel® Core™ processor, you will get powerful performance and speed. Plus, you’ll ne'er need to explore for files or photos or conferences once more – let Cortana do the work for you! Integrate Cortana along with your calendar and you'll be able to even search by once and whom you worked on a file with, instead of having to recollect file names.