In addition to the Lenovo C200, the company also announced the IdeaPad S10-3s Netbook for consumers who are always on the go and want an immediate web browsing experience. The S10-3s Netbook measures a mere 16mm and features a lightweight design, it is powered by either an Atom N470 or N450 processor, up to 320GB hard drive or up to 32GB solid state disk, up to 2GB memory and runs either the Windows 7 Starter OS or Windows XP.
The most noticeable features is that the IdeaPad S10-3s features a slightly modified case design with rounded corners, making it look more like the older IdeaPad S10-2 than the S10-3. Some notable specs includes a 10.1-inch display, full-size chiclet keyboard, WiFi 802.11b/g/n connectivity, Optional Bluetooth, 3G modem and an option of a 3 or 7-cell battery. The new netbook will also come with a new suite of software including DirectShare for syncing your files with another PC and Maplife for detecting your location over a WiFi connection. Available in only Black and White with a new “spring flowers” case design, it is priced at $379.99. Only the white model will be available in the US at launch.