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Competition is always a good thing and due no doubt to the heavy competition in the netbook category the Lenovo S10 netbook has dropped to $399.  Just yesterday a white S10 would have cost you $439 at the Lenovo store but today you save $40.  This […]

Competition is always a good thing and due no doubt to the heavy competition in the netbook category the Lenovo S10 netbook has dropped to $399.  Just yesterday a white S10 would have cost you $439 at the Lenovo store but today you save $40.  This price drop is only on the white one, the red one will still run you the old price. 

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I wonder what kind of "limited quantities" Lenovo is indicating in this ad?

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  1. 512MB RAM
    80GB HDD
    3-cell battery

    i could get an Aspire One for the same price with double the specs

    solid effort Lenovo but you are going to have to do better, in the mean time you will be losing sales right & left to Acer & Asus.

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  2. Great netbook but needs a better right shift button.

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  3. I don’t want to hate the S10 but I do. Its not a bad netbook but it does not warrant the press and hype that its getting. There are lots of flaws that people overlook, not to mention the light specs. For marginally more you can get a much better netbook such as the Aspire One, or a Wind or 1000H.

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  4. Am I the only putz that doesn’t use the right shift key?

    I am really considering this unit. I think I’ve watched every video Youtube has on it.

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  5. Funny enough, Lenovo banner, to promote his IdeaPad, is using three words beginning with an “e”: Easy, Easy and Enviably. That looks like Eee.
    Why not EeedeaPad as a name? I can see people at Asus smiling ;-)

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  6. Samsung NC10:
    > 1GB memory
    > 160GB HD
    > 6 cell battery
    > £298

    Lenovo S10:
    > 512MB memory
    > 80GB HD
    > 3 cell battery
    > £320

    anyone spot the disparity?

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