Lenovo IdeaPad comes with potato salad

There are nice things to say about the Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2 netbook but I’ll let the company press release take over for the intro

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Lenovo IdeaPad comes with potato salad
By  Vineetha Menon Published  August 23, 2009

There are nice things to say about the Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2 netbook but I’ll let the company press release take over for the intro:

Lenovo announced the IdeaPad S10-2 netbook to give online enthusiasts, social networkers and mobile consumers the latest in connectivity, entertainment and performance features to keep them better connected and enjoying their computing experience anytime, anywhere.

In terms of specs, it weighs just over two pounds, measures less than an inch thick, comes with 3G connectivity and yes, it has a 10.1 inch display. It’s now available in the region for about AED 1,500.

What caught my eye was its ‘on demand’ feature that lets users to run their favourite applications on Lenovo QuickStart without waiting for the OS to boot. On demand uses VeriFace facial recognition technology that lets users log in with their face instead of remembering passwords (hint: look in the mirror).

And joy of joys – you’re just one click away from Lenovo Social, a social networking how-to website that proudly proclaims itself to be: Lenovo’s contribution to the potluck , our infinite potato salad, if you will, for the banquet that is the Internet…

Thanks, but I’ll pass on the salad. Where’s the meat?

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