Lenovo IdeaPad S10 Is Taken to Pieces
Lenovo IdeaPad S10 is taken to pieces
After utilizing an overall majority of netbooks journaled by the Intel Atom N270 CPU, GMA950 graphics, and Windows XP Home as the operating system (the s10 being no exception) you might follow the other features in the table. Handsome and MacBook-like design are probably the ones which give the appearance of netbooks, because the key sample of Lenovo's S10 is actually come short of it and yield a point in a functionality debate. It may sound off by an 80GB hard drive and only 512MB of RAM, while most buyers will probably stump up an extra $50 and get the 160GB hard drive and 1GB RAM.
Keyboard and Trackpad
Having examined the keyboard/trackpad combination on the S10 for a time we deduced an inference that trackpad is accurate and bred-in-the-bone, but keyboard buttons bring forth superfluous rumble. Well like, in general, on most netbooks, the keyboard leaves much to be designed, but some odd-sized keys like a minimal tab key made it feel even more on the S10 than most other 10" netbooks that we've tested.
As far as possible connection is concerned, the S10 makes a pretty combination of two USB ports, VGA out, headphone, microphone, LAN, multi-card reader, Bluetooth and Express Card. Special gramercy is dedicated to the last two items on the Lenovo's list; Bluetooth is a lifeline for some users, and an express card slot regales on a netbook. Typical fault of most other netbooks is that there is no no connection with wireless N.
Operational data and Battery Life
In our WorldBench test the S10 got nothing more than 29 score which is good deal worse then the competitor, but this can probably be attributed to the 512MB of RAM. To carry some refreshments to a gig of RAM and the results will be more impressive. Lenovo reassures that you are provided with 4 hours battery life, but in action with Wi-Fi on and screen brightness turn up it is not likely to get 3:30 out of the 3-cell battery. This is to be expected from a 3-cell, but it would have been nice to at least have the option to get it with a 6-cell.
In general, the Lenovo S10 seems to be an entrancing rather foreseeable netbook .We will definitely recommend it, but you'd better arrest the eye to at least 1GB of RAM. But thing are going on not so bed, S10 is also thankfully very easy to upgrade.
Lenovo IdeaPad S10 Technical Specifications
. Processor 1.6GHz Atom N270
. Memory 512MB
. Harddrive 80GB
. OS Windows XP Home
. Weight 2.4lbs
. Screen 10.2 inches
. Screen resolution 1024x600
. Graphic Card Intel GMA950
. Battery Life 3.5 Hours
. Easy to upgrade
. Great design
. Several color alternatives
. Good trackpad
. Cramped keyboard
. Only 512MB RAM
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