Lenovo definitely shows a lot of creativity at this year’s CES show in Vegas. And just in case you were thinking the Chinese would likely settle with their latest good-looking Skylight, think twice, because the way it looks, there’s a lot more down in their sleeves. Hence the first one in this session, is the IdeaPad S10-3 which Lenovo completely revamped and stuffed inside a beautiful 10-inch screen, paired with an Atom N470 CPU, nice chicklet-style keys, a 3-cell battery (optional 6-cell) and premium chassis design that weighs only 2.4 pounds and attractively priced at $399, or 20 bucks less at Amazon’s online store. The second, and more interesting between these two, is the IdeaPad S10-3t tablet netbook which packs a stunning 10-inch swivel screen that boasts a Natural Touch interface plus a highly responsive accelerometer. It would cost you a bit higher, $499 to be accurate, but you will also receive Windows 7 Home Premium and 6-cell Lithium-ion battery, both bundled in the pack. The engadget guys had their hands on it so get a glimpse, after the break.
Update1: And looks like Lenovo’s Ideapad S10-3t tablet netbook is now available to take your online orders, configured with either Atom N450/N470 processors, 1/2GB of RAM, Windows 7 Premium edition and 160/250GB storage capacities at your choice. Prices stand at $549 and $649, respectively.
Update2: The guys at at Netbook News were fortunate to get themselves a piece of this 10-inch netbook tablet, and luckily filmed their unboxing experience to share with geeks across the world. Hit the break to see it live.
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