01-01-2018 09:08 AM - edited 01-01-2018 09:10 AM
I got this laptop from my uncle in the US. I currently live in the Philippines.
Just wondering what the procedure will be if I upgrade the RAM and battery?
Can I buy the RAM and battery and do it myself?
What happens to my warranty if I do that?
Kind of confused with the international warranty too. Is my laptop covered or not?
The list of products below does not have International Warranty Services
• IdeaCentre Desktop and All-In-One including A, B, C, H, K, Q series
• Lenovo Desktop and All-In-One products including S-series and V-series
• IdeaPad Tablet and IdeaTab Tablet
• Lenovo Smartphone
Hoping for your help. Thank you
kind of confused as of the moment. And I can't see the number in the Philippines
01-02-2018 05:17 AM
Welcome to the Community Forums.
Your model do not have the IWS coverage as not showing from the listed countries so warranty can only be provided in the country of purchase only.
General specifications (page26 hardware manual) for upgrade can be done as long as no damage incurred for US purchased models .
DDR3L-1600 MHz, On board (max 8 GB) (Lenovo ideapad 110-14IBR/Lenovo ideapad 110-15IBR)
DDR3L-1600 MHz, SODIMM × 1 (max 8 GB) (Lenovo ideapad 110-15ACL/Lenovo ideapad 110 Touch-15ACL)
Using the hardware manual, you can check your machine for available slot as most have 4 GB ram soldered onboard with one slot to add 4GB ram to reach max of 8GB.
The battery however is a bit of a challenge since it was offered only with Li-ion battery pack, 3 cells, 24 Wh and can be BIOS sensitive.
Hope this helps answer your query.