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I just received the hot new Lenovo IdeaPad S10 netbook yesterday but due to high demand I just had to get a video of it so here you go.  The Lenovo S10 is a 10-inch netbook and the unit I have is running a 1.6 GHz […]

I just received the hot new Lenovo IdeaPad S10 netbook yesterday but due to high demand I just had to get a video of it so here you go.  The Lenovo S10 is a 10-inch netbook and the unit I have is running a 1.6 GHz Intel Atom processor, has 1 GB of RAM, WiFi and Bluetooth, a 160 GB HDD and sports a multi-touch trackpad.  In the video you’ll see the S10 in all its glory and watch it performing common tasks like running Firefox and using the Explorer.  You’ll also see me demonstrate how well the multi-touch trackpad works in Firefox and for manipulating images.  Take a look at the video and let us know what you think in the comments.

UPDATE: the button on top of the keyboard that I indicated in the video I didn’t know what it was for actually runs the OneKey recovery system from Lenovo.

http://www.youtube.com/v/JGWATJpy0ic

  1. so S10 or MSI wind ??

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  2. Come on, give me a few days to decide. :)

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  3. well dont you think the 6cell of the wind, puts it over the edge??

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  4. Its killing him to even say how many cells the S10’s battery has. :-)

    He wants the S10’s Expresscard slot but knows he’ll be getting the six cell minus the slot. Because let’s face it: loaded expresscard slot + 3 cell battery equals too short runtime. Six cell + USB modem equals long run time.

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  5. Gordon Cahill Friday, October 3, 2008

    That “beep” every time you plugged the thing in or out would drive me nuts.

    Just order a Mini-Note. You know you want to.

    Gordon

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  6. JK

    Can you comment on the ultra high temps on keyboard and bottom that I’ve read about?

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  7. Agree with the guy who recommends the mininote – better build quality, higher res screen, comes with 6-cell battery, 2.5″ hard drive, card slot, runs XP fine and is still available for $629.

    I got mine coming real soon…

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  8. Heck with that thing bring on the 2730P!!

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  9. Any chance you can get someone at lenovo to tell you when we’ll actually be able to buy the config they sent you? Also, it would be great to get the date when they’ll release a six cell battery…

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  10. I have asked Lenovo for the information about the 6-cell battery and waiting for word from them on availability.

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