One of my favorite laptop magazines, LaptopMag.com, has a great hands-on review of the new Lenovo IdeaPad S10.
It seems like there’s a new netbook being released every other week, usually with the same basic specs: a 9- or 10-inch screen, an Intel Atom Processor running at 1.6 GHz, a three- or six-cell battery, and either a modest 5,400-rpm hard drive or a low-performance stick of solid state storage. Lenovo’s 10.2-inch IdeaPad S10 offers few unique riffs on this common melody, but its stylish looks and small footprint will win some converts. However, its smaller keyboard and hot temperatures may drive others away.
I think it’s safe to say that Lenovo IdeaPad is really a bad buy if temperatures get too hot.
With all that hot temperature, Lenovo IdeaPad is going to have lots of problems such as CPU failure, harddrive failure, and lots more.
Heat is number one enemy for laptops and in this case, Lenovo IdeaPad FAILS.