Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Meet Viliv S10 Blade. 10 inch convertible netbook.

UPDATED with video..

Click to see the video and pictures

10 inch 1366 x 768 touch screen
1.33Ghz or 2.0Ghz Atoms
32GB or 64GB SSD
3G options
SD card slot
Mic and headphone port
2 x USB + mini USB
VGA/composite/RGB out
10 hour battery life
Windows 7 Home Premium

"Thin as Blade"

Shipping at Q4 starting +$500

Video coming any second...

More soon at MIDMoves too

Related News:


tumama said...

Capacitive or Resistive Touch Screen?
Do you think it's better than the ASUS T91? (which is very hard to get in the US).

Anonymous said...

10 hours battery life? NEVER

Not in this showed netbook!

Anonymous said...

Noooo, not white agaiiiin ! I refuse to buy this unless it comes in black. This is more than just whining - white gets dirty way faster !

squirrel said...

10 hours means that it will not be light? How much does it weight?

will it have:
- multitouch
- 3G, GPS - like T91go that has nobody seen yet))?

Josef said...

Looks good to me if the specs are right, 10 hrs battery hmm must be heavy device. good thing instead the t91.

Joao Oliveira said...

Its nice to see a company that really knows what they are doing and again the s10 looks a great and promising device.

From what we know from their previous released devices, we can only expect the best from this one. Specs and form factor look great and also good battery life.

If I was looking or thinking of buying a 10 inch netbook this should be something to keeep my eye on.

The only thing that I kinda dislike is the color, again white, like the s7. Any idea if there will be a black version?
Sometimes I get the idea that decided to their convertible devices white as mark for this line of their products?!?

Anonymous said...

Now can you tell us about the s5 with keyboard?

Joao Oliveira said...

Just watched steves video about the s10... and he anwsered my question about only white convertibles. There will be a black version too. GOOOD....

Anonymous said...

Seems like a really great device! Looking forward to it. Give us a more specific test and hands-on! :)

ctitanic said...

Is this one Windows Touch Compliant?

Anonymous said...

Any bluetooth option? And is there a possibility of it being a multi-touch since it's being sold with Windows 7? Upgradeable memory? If all the answers to these questions are yes then I'm completely sold. I'm looking forward to this.

Fuzz said...

From engadget:

"Sadly the version pictured here has a pretty slow single-touch resistive touchscreen and will be limited to Windows 7 Starter when it launches in November for around $570, but we're told that a multitouch resistive model will hit early next year with Windows 7 Home Premium for around $700."

Yay! Waiting for next year's model then! :)

Anonymous said...

VGA/composite/RGB out means adapter.... FAIL!!!

Its to big to need and adapter.

Umid M2 Display adapter is okay because its small, but not for this device!

Anonymous said...

okay vga is on the backside...

Maybe it comes with ion?^^

Anonymous said...

Multitouch or gtfo

Anonymous said...

Honestly, I regard VGA a positive point, as in most places I know its still the standard for beamers etc (i also have a vga screen at home for compatibility reasons)

If the pricing is good and they do something about the speed of the touchscreen, this device is very likely to become my second netbook. Granted it will be available in europe though.

More importantly: It is FANLESS right? I can't see any ventilation holes.

Anonymous said...

This will crush the Lenovo X200 touch sales IF:

1. don't wait too long to bring out the 2.0ghz version
2. allow for memory upgrade to 2GB.
3. multi-touch

Viliv, I hope you're LISTENING to your customers. One high end model with these specs will completely wipe away your business class competition you never knew you had.

I'm ready to fork over $1500 for a Lenovo X200 but I would easily buy a 2ghz S10 for $750-$850 bucks instead.

Anonymous said...

Well, we're pretty deep into Q4 2009. Where is this beast?

Post a Comment