Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Hands-on with the Lenovo S10


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UPDATE: video updated, Thanks to Notebooks.com



Check Joanna thoughts and pictures at LAPTOP Magazine







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13 comments:

Travis said...

Video no longer available. WTF!

Anonymous said...

S10 seem use a IDE HD, very hard to add a SSD.
and only one minipcie for Wlan

Anonymous said...

Use the direct link
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IjD2iAGIxfg

Lazius said...

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JKK said...

It will work soon... I just talked with Joanna..

Kola said...

JKK, compare this two links -
http://shop.lenovo.com/SEUILibrary/controller/e/web/LenovoPortal/en_US/catalog.workflow:category.details?current-catalog-id=12F0696583E04D86B9B79B0FEC01C087&current-category-id=02695ADDF94544E5A11D24AEBC064493

and

http://www-07.ibm.com/lenovoinfo/hk/ideaPad/sSeries/

What do you think, is S10 based on chipset(obviously GM45) with GMA X4500 video core or it's just some strange mistake in US site?

JKK said...

it is just a mistake..

.. as i didn't talk about it here, it is not true ;)

Kola said...

Well, it could be great but now S10 is just very stylish netbook.

Anonymous said...

is it a PATA or SATA HDD?

is there easy access to the RAM, HDD?

is the 6-cell battery available?

Anonymous said...

I'm just concerned with Memory Upgrade and how it will handle a 2gb chip. Hopefully it isn't like the MSI wind that won't detect anything higher than 1gb. If so we will be stuck with a max upgrade of 1.5gb

MamiyaOtaru said...

"you can get up to a gig and a half in this system totally" - the guy in the video. No 2GB then?

Anonymous said...

So a standard 3 cell battery is going to give you roughly 2 and a half hours use? Why don't they make a 6 cell battery that extends down to give the S10 a slight typing angle rather than extending out by an inch out the back? That I consider an eye sore. In the meantime the Asus 1000H will give you more uptime. How is that possible? If Lenovo get this right, I'm in for one. Otherwise the Asus 1000H is looking good.

Anonymous said...

sorry lenovo, but i bought an asus 1000h

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