This is a recently introduced (around May 2018) entry level laptop with nice features. It has a full HD screen at 15.6", HDMI port, a wired Ethernet port (in addition to the fast 802.11AC WiFi), a 500 GB 5400rpm hard drive, as well as a 1.1 GHz QUAD-core Celeron processor that turbos to 2.4 GHz. It comes with a DVD writer. Not many entry level laptops carry this. The touch pad has hidden buttons (like Apple Macbooks), which looks nicer than those with visible big buttons. The power supply cord wraps up nicely into a small cube (the tie wrap is long enough to wrap around the cube). Some other brands' power supplies have a bulky detachable AC cord and are not as easy to store and carry as this one... A headache I noticed is the Windows 10 Home Edition that came with this computer. It kept downloading random apps in the background, without my permission, and installing them on the computer behind my back. It's awful! I need to find some way to disable it. I did not need to worry about this with MacOS. The Ideapad 330 is a great value at the price point.