I recommend against that laptop because the Intel HD 4000 graphics core integrated in the Core i5-3320M is not very powerful. The link below contains benchmarks of various integrated graphic cores and dedicated graphic chip used to play the Sims 4 (base game only). The Intel HD 4000 has not been benchmarked, but the Intel HD 4400 (which is one generation newer and a bit more powerful) has been becnhmarked.
With medium settings the Intel HD 4400 managed less than 30 FPS (frames per second). Medium settings is 1366x768 resolution with graphic settings set to medium. A current 7th generation Intel Core i5-7200u with the Intel HD 620 graphic core gets just below 60 FPS with the same settings. The Intel HD 620 gets a little less than 30 FPS when playing on high settings which is 1920x1080 resolution and high graphic settings. But lowering the graphic settings at 1080p should push average performance above 30 FPS.
I recommend getting a laptop with at least 8GB of RAM. Most laptops only have 1 stick of RAM installed. I recommend you look for a laptop with 2 stick of RAM installed, or simply purchasing a compatible stick of RAM (you can always ask after you find a laptop you want to buy) and install it yourself (not very difficult). Two sticks of RAM allows the RAM to run at full speed (dual channel mode) rather than half speed (single channel mode) when there is only one stick of RAM. Integrated graphic cores relies on the RAM installed in the laptop so when the RAM is running at full speed, it can boost the performance of the integrated graphics core by about 10% - 15%. Keep in mind it depends on the game.
The benchmarks are likely based on laptops that have RAM running at full speed.