Lenovo, and IBM before them, were known as producers of expensive notebooks with a very simple aesthetic and the power to do what travelling business people needed done. The Lenovo IdeaPad S10 Netbook departs on a completely different course; it has a bright red exterior shell with a white battery and when opened revels a white keyboard, shell and bezel.  It is reminiscent of cracking open a cooked lobster or crab.  It sports a 10.2″ screen, weighs 2.5lbs and is based around a 1.6GHz Atom N270, 1GB of DDR2-667 and the Intel GMA 950.  Overall, Maximum CPU were impressed but wished that Lenovo would put more than 2 USB ports on this netbook.

“Once upon a time, if you wanted a ‘ultra-light’ laptop, you would have to spend close to $1500. However, times sure have changed. Now netbooks which are smaller and more powerful than yesteryear’s Ultra-lights can be commonly found in the $300 – $500 range. Today we are going to take a look at Lenovo’s S10 netbook to see just how it stacks up.”

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