Lenovo makes the leap into netbook market

Lenovo certainly wants a piece of the lucrative  netbook market pie by announcing the new IdeaPad S10. This diminutive netbook targets folks who are looking for a secondary computer to perform everyday tasks without being too much of a hassle to lug around, and it makes for a great introductory machine to folks new to the computing world. The IdeaPad S10 will come equipped with a 10.2" LCD display which is decent enough for most people, and Wi-Fi connectivity and an ExpressCard slot ensures you remain up to date with the latest hardware advancements. Other features found in much more expensive notebooks include a webcam and a 4-in-1 memory card reader. Too bad the two USB 2.0 ports aren't enough for most power users, as you will most likely lose one to a flash drive and the other to a mouse, so I'd recommend getting a USB hub to go along with this. The IdeaPad S10 will come in two flavors - a 512MB machine with a 80GB hard drive, while the beefier version has 1GB RAM and a 160GB hard drive. Prices will begin from a comfortable $399.

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