With the increasing amount of ultrabooks and tablets on the market, people wonder if there really is a need for netbooks anymore. Lenovo seems to think so; the company recently added a new netbook to its IdeaPad range: the S110. The company released a teaser video showing off the entry level, portable notebook that should be making its debut at CES 2012.
The IdeaPad S110 will feature the recently released Intel Atom processor, a 10.1″ display, a 2-megapixel webcam, 1080p video playback support, integrated WiFi and optional 3G, USB 3.0, a 98% full-sized keyboard and will ship in four colors. No word on pricing and availability but in the meantime you can check out the video for yourself. Anybody interested in picking up one of these “mini notebooks”?
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