Lenovo have updated their S10 netbook with a new revision, called the Lenovo S10-2. Not the most inspired name, but at least it’s clear that it’s basically a new model of the S10.
The Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2 features a new design with white, black, grey and pink color options, and is also lighter by 0.2kg over the S10, and also 4mm slimmer. As well as the exterior upgrades, the Lenovo S10 new features a slightly larger keyboard at 89% of full sized, with a larger right shift key.
The touchpad is also larger on the Lenovo S10 2, making it even easier and more enjoyable to use. Lenovo has also added an extra USB 2.0 port, bringing the total to three. I’m sure this addition will make a lot of people happy.
The original Intel Atom N270 (1.6Ghz) CPU still remains, along side a 160GB hard drive, 1GB of RAM, 802.11g WiFi, 1.3 megapixel webcam, and a high capacity six cell battery.
The Lenovo S10-2 will sell for a very tempting price of $349, while a special version with intergrated 3G will be available for $399 this summer. Via Hothardware.