Lenovo have just announced two new netops via their twitter account.
In the limited space available, Lenovo said that they will soon be announcing the Lenovo IdeaCentre Q100/Q110 nettops, which are some on the thinnest nettops in the world.
From the photo they have provided, they sure do look thin! and have a nice sleek design, with a number of graphic symbols.
While we don’t know any specifications, or the differences between the Lenovo IdeaCentre Q110 and the Q100, we are fairly certain that it will feature an Intel Atom processor, and probably the 1.6Ghz N270.
Update: Wow that was quick! Lenovo have just spilled the beans on both The Lenovo Q110 and Q100 nettops.
Both measure just 6- x 6.3- x 0.7-inches, and pack a lot of power for their size. The Lenovo Q100 uses just 14 watts when idle, and 40 watts at full load, and has a VGA port.
The Lenovo Q110 is even more interesting, and it is Nvidia Ion powered, and can decode and output 1080p HD content over HDMI output.
The Lenovo IdeaCentre Q110 runs Windows XP, while the IdeaCentre Q100 runs Windows Vista. Specifications wise, they feature an Intel Atom 230 CPU, 1 GB / 2GB RAM, 160 / 250GB hard drive, WiFi and gigabit Ethernet.
Both ship next month in black and while color options, the Q100 will be $249, while the Ion Q110 will be $349.