Lenovo IdeaPad S10 Unboxing at Laptop.com

Posted on 25 September 2008, Last updated on 11 November 2019 by

unbox-intro2 One good thing about the flood of netbooks is that consumers get lots of choice. Believe it or not, there are a few netbooks that manage to stand out from the others. I feel that the IdeaPad S10 has the potential to stand out; it looks quite attractive, and you’ll see in the unboxing video from Laptop.com that it appears to be slightly smaller than the Asus EEE 1000H, and the MSI Wind. Interestingly, it seems to have 2 RAM slots. I’m really not a fan of the tiny right shift-key, and it seems that the guys at LAPTOP aren’t either. Hopefully the packaging will get an upgrade before consumers get their hand’s on the S10, as the unboxing experience looked pretty weak.

With a sea of netbook choices, one might think something such as a misshapen shift-key could actually be enough to make a netbook significantly less popular than one of its competitors, of course given that battery life and performance were the same.

[Laptop.com] via [Liliputing]

4 Comments For This Post

  1. Toomlada says:

    this is very small for a 10″, about the same size as a Aspire One actually. but they KB doesnt even stretch all the way out to the edges. i know the KB size is below the Wind, 1000, AA1, but is it at least bigger than the EEE 700/900?

  2. Alex says:

    nope, there is only 1 RAM slot, 512MB is soldered onboard. but latest news is that it can recognise 2GB RAM.

  3. NoBlo says:

    this reminds me of the Aspire, so what happens when that 512MB burns out? will it be able to bypass & still boot?

  4. ProDigit says:

    1 broken ram means to throw away your laptop.
    512MB internal ram,doesn’t work together with 1GB of RAM in the Sodimm slot.
    So you have the choice to run on 512MB,or 1GB.
    darn…
    I’d prefer 2 slots,or 1GB soldered ram with a compatible with Kingston memory module.
    2GB is ok for XP,4GB better.

    I wonder why noone ships these devices with Linux,and a XP/vista driver CD.

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