In case you were looking for a highly portable notebook and you don’t really want to spend that much on the sexy new ultrabooks that have been popping up lately, here’s a sign that the netbook segment isn’t dead yet. Lenovo has put out a product tour video that walks us through their latest netbook,
We’re not exactly sure what we’d do with a hybrid device that tries to be both a huge phone and a pocket-sized tablet, but if it’s a niche that you’re particularly interested in, then it looks like you’re going to have more options soon. Photos of such a device has been sent to Engadget, showing
Lenovo has now officially released the details of their upcoming IdeaPad U260. It’s clearly positioned to take a bite out of the ultraslim/ultralight category that the MacBook Air’s poised to lord over, with dimensions that match the air (it also measures 0.71 inches thick) and a 3.04 pound weight. It’s made of the same magnesium
Lenovo just added a new line of notebooks called the Z series that focus on bringing high-end multimedia and stylized designs to the mainstream. New U series ultraportables have also been rolled out, replacing their old models with redesigned lightweight shells and an updated spec, all due out by June.
Lenovo has just announced two new systems that run on Intel’s 2nd-gen Atom platforms highlighted by the IdeaPad S10-3s, a 10-inch netbook that features a slim profile that measures under an inch thick (0.63 inches to be exact).