I am looking for a new laptop for office use, not play games and no video and large picture to deal with
I wonder if below Configuration is enough?
Device Type – Windows Laptop
Brand – Lenovo
Model – Xiaoxin Chao 7000-14
CPU Clock speed – Quad Core 1.6GHz up to 3.4 GHz CPU clock
Chipset – Intel Core i5-8250U, 64-bit Processor
GPU – NVIDIA Geforce MX150 R535 Dedicated Graphics
Camera – Single Front Camera (720P)
Memory – RAM 8GB LPDDR4 RAM | Storage 512GB SSD Storage Capacity
Versions – One Variant Available 1-512GB SSD ROM / 8GB LPDDR4 RAM
Mode – Only Laptop Mode
Display – 14 Inch, 1920 x 1080 Pixel, with FHD Display, and Aspect Ratio 16:9
Dimension – 30.74 cm x 21.10 cm x 1.69 cm
Weight – 1.5 Kg
Battery –Li-Polymer Battery
Connectors – 2 x USB 3.0, Audio Jack: Earphone / Mic, 4-in-1 Card Reader Interface, Type-C, HDMI, DC Jack
Input – Keyboard, Mouse
Color – Champagne Gold, Silver
Optical Storage – Not Included
Sensor – Available
Operating System – Microsoft Windows 10 Home Basic 64bit OS
More Features – Dedicated NVIDIA GeForce MX150 Graphics
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