Lenovo has used CES 2011 as the excuse to open up the floodgates of its laptop range. Lenovo unveiled two new ultra-portable netbooks, the IdeaPad S100 (10.1-inch) and S205 (11.6-inch). Both are “stylish internet companions” which boasts ultra-slim designs, long battery lives and optional integrated 3G connectivity.
The S100 is a slim, stylish-looking affair, that replaces Lenovo’s outgoing S10 models. The Ideapad S205, meanwhile, has a slightly more serious-looking chassis, but looks like it could provide the most enjoyment of the two.
Both netbooks sport additional features designed to help them stand out from the netbook hoards. The S100 has a Quick Start ‘instant on’ feature that loads a basic Linux GUI, whereas S205 lets you log into Windows 7 Home Premium with face recognition also. They also have Lenovo’s OneKey Rescue System, which backs up all your data at the push of a button, plus DirectShare, which synchronises files on the netbook with other laptops without you needing to connect to the Interwebs.
- Up to Intel Atom N570 Dual Core Processor
- Windows 7
- 10.1” inch LED Backlit Display
- Intel GMA 3150 Graphics
- 2GB RAM
- 320GB Hard Disk
- Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi
- 2-in1 Card Reader
- 2MP Webcam
- Full SIze Accutype Keyboard
- Weight: 2.2 lbs
- AMD Dual Core E-530 Processor
- Genuine WIndows 7
- 11.6” inch Widescreen Display Screen
- AMD Radeon HD 6310 graphics
- Up to 8GB DDR3 Memory
- Up to 750GB Hard Disk
- Bluetooth & Wi-Fi 802.11n
- HDMI, USB 2.0
- Integrated Webcam
- 6-in-1 Memory Card Reader
- Optional 3G
- Weight: 1.35 Kg
- Dimensions: 10.6” x 6.6” x 1.1” inch
Pricing and Availability
Available beginning in March 2011.
Lenovo Ideapad S100 Price in India: Starts from Rs. 18000/- (Approx.)
Lenovo Ideapad S205 Price in India: Starts from Rs. 25000/- (Approx.)