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Lenovo Netbooks

Lenovo release the Classmate+


A kid’s laptop from Lenovo sounds like a great idea, but these are basically netbooks with a toughened casing. However, this machine does offer a 10.1 inch LED back light display, powered by an Intel Atom N455 processor, it also comes with a choice of a 1GB or 2GB of RAM and offers up to 250GB hard drive or SSD option.

These are the spec details of the Classmate+ from the Intel and Le

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Lenovo LePad to launch in China


It seems that the home market will be getting their hands on the LePad tablet device from Lenovo as the company prepares to launch the tablet in China before anywhere else.

The LePad is an innovative device that offers the user a tablet and a netbook style docking device, it is ideal for normal word processing functions but the user has the option of portability with the tablet too.

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Lenovo to launch LePad


It seems to be a long time ago since the LePad laptop and tablet device, but now it appears that Lenovo are preparing to launch the LePad device soon, well expect to see news of the launch sometime between now and the end of the year! However, it seems that the initial launch will be in China, the rest of the world will need to wait a little longer.

The reason that has been given, for the delays are changes in the market and

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Update for the Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3


Lenovo has updated their ten inch netbook with the latest 1.5 GHz Intel Atom N550 dual core processor, however this is not likely to take effect until the middle of September, so anyone on the verge of buying one of these machine now, may wish to wait for a short while!

These are the specs for the Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3:

10.1-inch 1024 x 600 LED-backlit disp

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Lenovo delays Skylight launch


The interesting looking Lenovo Skylight was supposed to have been launched earlier on in the year, but following a series of delays the latest due date was to be any time soon, but there appears to be an issue once more with the delivery of the nice looking machine that would have been running Google’s Android OS.

It seems that the delay this time is indefinite, although there is remote chance that towards the end of the year we get a closer look at one of these cool looking machines.

Here are the features and specs of the much awaited Lenovo Skylight:

1GHz Snapdragon

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Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t Close Up


Getting close and personal is what it is all about when it comes to new laptops and netbooks; it is a matter getting hands on experience to actually get an idea of what the device is actually like. Fortunately, there are people that are given the chance to explore products close up and make a video of it.

This is the video of the Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t as seen on, it is a great video and the computer isn’t too bad either!

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Lenovo Launching Skylight


The idea of getting a decent netbook used to be a figment of our imaginations, not it seems trying to get our hands on basic netbook is a hard job, the technology has changed that much that these machines are now capable of replacing the larger laptops in almost every way.

The first thing that stands with this machine from Lenovo is the keyboard and its lack of buttons, although there appears to be USB device fitted into the upper part of the keyboard, there are plenty of rumours as to what it can be, a flash drive to a VoIP phone!

Features of the impressive little

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Tablet and Netbook combo


There are a lot of these machines around these days, with the Lenovo U1 apparently leading the way when it comes this sort of development.

Specs – Windows 7, Intel Core 2 Duo SU processor, 4GB of RAM, 2 USB ports, HDMI, a 4-in-1 memory reader and a 1.3MP webcam. Whereas the IdeaPad U1 Tablet section has a Qualcomm ARM Snapdragon chip and 512MB of RAM

Priced at around $1,000

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Lenovo’s first smartbook launched


This is Lenovo’s first venture into a very exciting market, the smartbook market, yes we need a category! But just to recap, a smartbook is a device that combines specs of a smartphone with that of a netbook.

So this is the Lenovo Skylight, it is an ARM powered device, which makes it a smartphone, but it is comes in clam style casing and has features that you would expect to find in a netbook. It is an interesting concept, but will it catch on? At around $500 maybe not, but as part of a package then maybe.

Specs – 1GHz processor, a 10.1-inch display (1,280 x 720), a cu

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Lenovo launch convertible IdeaPad


This could be what many computer users have been waiting for, it’s an 11.6 inch IdeaPad from Lenovo that actually quickly converts into a multi touch tablet offering the user complete portability and functionality.

The specs are what you would expect to see from a netbook, but it’s the tablet part that is going to be the selling feature, although when it hits the shelves it will carry a price tag of $999 Ouch!

Specs – 11.6-inch (1366 x 768) multi-touch tablet device, 4GB RAM (512MB in tablet mode) and can support a 128GB SSD (16GB is used for the tablet), two USB por

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