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Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2 Netbook - The Lenovo S10-2

Another entry to the vastly growing netbook market, Lenovo greets us today with a unit that aims to give the best balance between features and price.

| Netbooks (EOL) in Laptops | Posted: Sep 3, 2009 3:58 am
TweakTown Rating: 88%      Manufacturer: Lenovo

The Lenovo S10-2

 

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Yep, that's a box. It's brown, has the Lenovo logo and is thin enough for you to appreciate how tiny the netbook inside is.

 

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Extract the S10-2 from its snazzy box and you get your first glimpse at the chassis with its stealth finish and almost iridescent quality. It's a good looking netbook, for sure.

 

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There is little to see on the front of the netbook except the slot for the memory card reader.

 

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The left side of the little computer has the RJ-45 port, VGA output, a USB port, mic jack and the headphone port.

 

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The right side of the S10-2 has the switch for turning Wi-Fi on and off, two USB ports, the Kensington lock port and the DC adapter port.

 

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The backside of the machine shows off the thick battery that lifts the rear of the computer about half an inch or so.

 

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The keyboard is what you expect from a netbook with cramped keys, but good enough for the class.

 

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The glossy screen offers up good colors and plenty of glare.

 

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When looking at the S10-2 from the side profile you get a very good idea just how thin the machine is.

 

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The bottom of the netbook has covers for the RAM, hard drive and various heat extraction ducts and intakes.

 

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