Lenovo is entering the “netbook” PC market with the new IdeaPad S10 netbook PC. Lenovo designed the super-slim, super-small IdeaPad S10 to complement a customer’s primary PC or as a first-time, introductory PC purchase. The IdeaPad S10 allows users to perform simple activities such as search the Internet, check and write emails, listen to music, and run basic applications. Lenovo also plans to introduce netbook models designed specifically for students and educators.
For a comfortable, more natural computing experience, Lenovo designed the keyboard to be 85% of the size of a full-function notebook PC’s keyboard, and an energy-efficient LED backlit display reportedly helps provide longer battery life than traditional displays.
For easy connection to the Internet, the IdeaPad S10 netbook includes WiFi and also has an Express Card slot so users can enable the IdeaPad S10 for optional high speed mobile broadband2 connectivity.
The IdeaPad S10 netbook PC will be available beginning in early October, and prices start at US$399.
to Daily News