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Lenovo Dives into Sub-Notebook Computing with First Consumer "Netbooks"

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IdeaPad S9 and S10 Combine Tiny Technology, High Fashion and Extreme Portability

Lenovo today announced it is entering the ultraportable notebook PC, or “netbook,” market with the IdeaPad S9 and S10 netbooks. Lenovo designed the super-slim, super-small netbooks to complement a customer’s primary Lenovo PC or as a first-time, introductory PC purchase. The netbooks allow users to do simple activities such as connect to the Internet, check and write emails, listen to music and perform basic applications. Approximately one inch thin with models weighing just over two pounds, the IdeaPad netbooks typify thin and light design.

“IdeaPad netbooks are the latest in a string of recently announced Lenovo products, designed specifically for consumers worldwide and developed through our heritage of technological innovation and exceptional engineering,” said Liu Jun, senior vice president, Consumer Business Group, Lenovo. “As rapidly as the technology changes, today’s consumers are looking for mobile products that feature the best of basic computing functions in an extremely compact and affordable form, and Lenovo designed the IdeaPad netbooks for that purpose.”

Consumer demand for netbooks is growing rapidly around the world. IDC forecasts worldwide shipments of ultra-low cost notebooks rising from just 430,000 units in 2007 to 9.2 million in 2012.1

A Palette Full of Style, Color and Convenience

The 8.9-inch screen IdeaPad S9 and 10.2-inch screen IdeaPad S10 netbooks come in glossy flavors of deep blue and ruby red as well as in classic bold black. For a comfortable, more natural computing experience, Lenovo designed the keyboard to be 85 percent of the size of a full-function notebook PC’s keyboard, and an energy-efficient LED backlit display helps provide longer battery life than traditional displays. 

For easy connection to the Internet, the netbooks feature WiFi and optional Bluetooth connectivity and also have an Express Card slot so users can enable the netbook for optional high speed mobile broadband connectivity.2 Often used as a social networking device, the netbooks come with tools that optimize the experience such as a built-in web camera for video messaging, and its two USB ports and a 4-in-1 multicard reader make connecting other devices and transferring photos, music and videos simple. IdeaPad netbooks come equipped with either Microsoft Windows XP or Linux.

Using the Intel® Atom™ processor, the IdeaPad netbooks provide basic notebook functionality as a user’s secondary PC. The Lenovo netbooks offer up to 1GB of memory and either 80 GB or 160 GB hard disk drive space, making them ideal for accommodating a variety of data, from a user’s digital music inventory to a student’s homework assignments and more. Lenovo engineered the netbooks to reduce the heat emitted on key contact areas such as the bottom of the PC, the palm rest and the keyboard. Additionally, Lenovo’s OneKey™ Rescue System3 on Microsoft Windows-based netbooks helps users recover data at the touch of a button should a system error or virus occur.

Pricing and Availability4

The IdeaPad netbooks will be available in September in India at all Lenovo authorized storefronts.

About Lenovo

Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) is dedicated to building the world’s most innovative personal computers. Lenovo’s business model is built on innovation, operational efficiency and customer satisfaction as well as a focus on investment in emerging markets. Formed by Lenovo Group’s acquisition of the former IBM Personal Computing Division, the company develops, manufactures and markets reliable, high-quality, secure and easy-to-use technology products and services worldwide. Lenovo has major research centers in Yamato, Japan; Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, China; and Raleigh, North Carolina. For more information see www.lenovo.com.

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IdeaPad S9 and S10 Combine Tiny Technology, High Fashion and Extreme Portability

Lenovo today announced it is entering the ultraportable notebook PC, or “netbook,” market with the IdeaPad S9 and S10 netbooks. Lenovo designed the super-slim, super-small netbooks to complement a customer’s primary Lenovo PC or as a first-time, introductory PC purchase. The netbooks allow users to do simple activities such as connect to the Internet, check and write emails, listen to music and perform basic applications. Approximately one inch thin with models weighing just over two pounds, the IdeaPad netbooks typify thin and light design.

“IdeaPad netbooks are the latest in a string of recently announced Lenovo products, designed specifically for consumers worldwide and developed through our heritage of technological innovation and exceptional engineering,” said Liu Jun, senior vice president, Consumer Business Group, Lenovo. “As rapidly as the technology changes, today’s consumers are looking for mobile products that feature the best of basic computing functions in an extremely compact and affordable form, and Lenovo designed the IdeaPad netbooks for that purpose.”

Consumer demand for netbooks is growing rapidly around the world. IDC forecasts worldwide shipments of ultra-low cost notebooks rising from just 430,000 units in 2007 to 9.2 million in 2012.1

A Palette Full of Style, Color and Convenience

The 8.9-inch screen IdeaPad S9 and 10.2-inch screen IdeaPad S10 netbooks come in glossy flavors of deep blue and ruby red as well as in classic bold black. For a comfortable, more natural computing experience, Lenovo designed the keyboard to be 85 percent of the size of a full-function notebook PC’s keyboard, and an energy-efficient LED backlit display helps provide longer battery life than traditional displays. 

For easy connection to the Internet, the netbooks feature WiFi and optional Bluetooth connectivity and also have an Express Card slot so users can enable the netbook for optional high speed mobile broadband connectivity.2 Often used as a social networking device, the netbooks come with tools that optimize the experience such as a built-in web camera for video messaging, and its two USB ports and a 4-in-1 multicard reader make connecting other devices and transferring photos, music and videos simple. IdeaPad netbooks come equipped with either Microsoft Windows XP or Linux.

Using the Intel® Atom™ processor, the IdeaPad netbooks provide basic notebook functionality as a user’s secondary PC. The Lenovo netbooks offer up to 1GB of memory and either 80 GB or 160 GB hard disk drive space, making them ideal for accommodating a variety of data, from a user’s digital music inventory to a student’s homework assignments and more. Lenovo engineered the netbooks to reduce the heat emitted on key contact areas such as the bottom of the PC, the palm rest and the keyboard. Additionally, Lenovo’s OneKey™ Rescue System3 on Microsoft Windows-based netbooks helps users recover data at the touch of a button should a system error or virus occur.

Pricing and Availability4

The IdeaPad netbooks will be available in September in India at all Lenovo authorized storefronts.

About Lenovo

Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) is dedicated to building the world’s most innovative personal computers. Lenovo’s business model is built on innovation, operational efficiency and customer satisfaction as well as a focus on investment in emerging markets. Formed by Lenovo Group’s acquisition of the former IBM Personal Computing Division, the company develops, manufactures and markets reliable, high-quality, secure and easy-to-use technology products and services worldwide. Lenovo has major research centers in Yamato, Japan; Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, China; and Raleigh, North Carolina. For more information see www.lenovo.com.

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Lenovo Dives into Sub-Notebook Computing with First Consumer "Netbooks"

IdeaPad S9 and S10 Combine Tiny Technology, High Fashion and Extreme Portability

Lenovo today announced it is entering the ultraportable notebook PC, or “netbook,” market with the IdeaPad S9 and S10 netbooks. Lenovo designed the super-slim, super-small netbooks to complement a customer’s primary Lenovo PC or as a first-time, introductory PC purchase. The netbooks allow users to do simple activities such as connect to the Internet, check and write emails, listen to music and perform basic applications. Approximately one inch thin with models weighing just over two pounds, the IdeaPad netbooks typify thin and light design.

“IdeaPad netbooks are the latest in a string of recently announced Lenovo products, designed specifically for consumers worldwide and developed through our heritage of technological innovation and exceptional engineering,” said Liu Jun, senior vice president, Consumer Business Group, Lenovo. “As rapidly as the technology changes, today’s consumers are looking for mobile products that feature the best of basic computing functions in an extremely compact and affordable form, and Lenovo designed the IdeaPad netbooks for that purpose.”

Consumer demand for netbooks is growing rapidly around the world. IDC forecasts worldwide shipments of ultra-low cost notebooks rising from just 430,000 units in 2007 to 9.2 million in 2012.1

A Palette Full of Style, Color and Convenience

The 8.9-inch screen IdeaPad S9 and 10.2-inch screen IdeaPad S10 netbooks come in glossy flavors of deep blue and ruby red as well as in classic bold black. For a comfortable, more natural computing experience, Lenovo designed the keyboard to be 85 percent of the size of a full-function notebook PC’s keyboard, and an energy-efficient LED backlit display helps provide longer battery life than traditional displays. 

For easy connection to the Internet, the netbooks feature WiFi and optional Bluetooth connectivity and also have an Express Card slot so users can enable the netbook for optional high speed mobile broadband connectivity.2 Often used as a social networking device, the netbooks come with tools that optimize the experience such as a built-in web camera for video messaging, and its two USB ports and a 4-in-1 multicard reader make connecting other devices and transferring photos, music and videos simple. IdeaPad netbooks come equipped with either Microsoft Windows XP or Linux.

Using the Intel® Atom™ processor, the IdeaPad netbooks provide basic notebook functionality as a user’s secondary PC. The Lenovo netbooks offer up to 1GB of memory and either 80 GB or 160 GB hard disk drive space, making them ideal for accommodating a variety of data, from a user’s digital music inventory to a student’s homework assignments and more. Lenovo engineered the netbooks to reduce the heat emitted on key contact areas such as the bottom of the PC, the palm rest and the keyboard. Additionally, Lenovo’s OneKey™ Rescue System3 on Microsoft Windows-based netbooks helps users recover data at the touch of a button should a system error or virus occur.

Pricing and Availability4

The IdeaPad netbooks will be available in September in India at all Lenovo authorized storefronts.

About Lenovo

Lenovo (HKSE: 992) (ADR: LNVGY) is dedicated to building the world’s most innovative personal computers. Lenovo’s business model is built on innovation, operational efficiency and customer satisfaction as well as a focus on investment in emerging markets. Formed by Lenovo Group’s acquisition of the former IBM Personal Computing Division, the company develops, manufactures and markets reliable, high-quality, secure and easy-to-use technology products and services worldwide. Lenovo has major research centers in Yamato, Japan; Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen, China; and Raleigh, North Carolina. For more information see www.lenovo.com.

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