So my parents finally managed to kill their old Laptop...well, actually just the screen died, but the crate is so old i want to replace it. They'll use it for as long as possible, yet want to spend as little money as possible. (yes, 100€ more or less matters to them) Main usage is web Browsing, email(!), and the occasional game of solitaire. So principally, I'd get away with buying simply the cheapest laptop I can find. But as I found out taking care of their old one, futureproofing it will make MY life easier. I haven't been following processor development lately, especially not Laptop specific ones so this is where you come in. Their request is: ~15" ~Win10 My requests are: ~SSD not eMMC, rather 256GB ~Processor fast enough to run Windowsupdates for the next decade ~enough Memory to run Windowsupdates for the next decade (8 GB?) I found the following "classes" to compare. LENOVO V110-15IAP 80TG00W7GE ~333€ Pentium® N4200 4x 1.10GHz (2,5Ghz), Intel HD Graphics 505 (IGP), 8GB RAM DDR3-1600 (1 stick), 128GB SSD, 15,6" 1366 x 768 We use these at work as basic office machines, they're not very fast, and the SSD is too small for my liking, but they are cheap and reliable. LENOVO V130-15IGM 81HL002SGE ~360€ Pentium Silver N5000 4x 1.10GHz (2,7Ghz), Intel UHD Graphics 605 (IGP), 8GB RAM DDR4-2400 (1 stick) , 256GB SSD, 15,6", 1920x1080 Much better, the higher ram speed should help with the internal GPU, but single channel, and the 1920x1080 will probably make the text too small for my parents. LENOVO V130-15IKB 81HN00JAGE ~420€ Intel Core i5-7200U 2x 2.50GHz (3.1Ghz), Intel HD Graphics 620 (IGP), 8GB RAM DDR4-2400 (2 Modules), 256GB SSD, 15,6" 1366 x 768 Starting to get nice, but probably "Overkill" for the Purpose and too expensive? Perfect for me would be the second one, with a lower resolution screen, 1366 x 768 will suffice. Any idea?