So I know these are not gaming laptops,but I found these two Lenovo ideapad 5's, one 14 inch one 15.6 inch. Same processor same ram size same everything other than size, and for some reason the 15.6 is cheaper? Why is that?
i know this can happen from having had experience with other electronic equipment but when sales happen,its often because theyre end of line-ive also had this issue with acer laptops in the past.
i woud speak to lenovo if i was you and ask them about the specific editions if theyre discontinueing them or any parts very soon,before buying.
it coud be the cheaper,bigger screen one is being discontinued a lot sooner, or parts of it are being discontinued so if this was the case and you ended up buying it and having a problem, it can actualy get tricky and sometimes impossible to get brand new parts.
it coud also even be something like financial overheads,itll cost walmart a lot more to sell as they have physical shops whereas amazon is a bunch of warehouses.
they might not be gaming laptops, but they dont sound bad at all really depending on what your expectations of it are-its running a ryzen 7 CPU with onboard radeon graphics-it shoud be enough for games that are not to flashy and GPU intensive.
as far as i know you shoud have quite high dedicated VRAM with it-somewhere around 6GB, i have a ryzen 7 based entry level gaming laptop which has a dedicated graphics RTX card, but a few games have prefered my onboard, due to the VRAM.