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February 25, 2012

Lenovo updates IdeaPad S110 with Cedar Trail

New netbooks with the latest Cedar Trail chips from Intel are starting to roll out in the local market. Lenovo has updated their netbooks with one and offers the IdeaPad S110 for only Php14,500.

It actually has the same design as the IdeaPad S100 but will upgraded hardware.

Lenovo IdeaPad S110 specs:
10.1-inch LED display @ 1024×600 ixels
Intel Atom N2800 1.86GHz dual-core
Intel GMA 3650
2GB DDR3 RAM
320GB HDD
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n
Bluetooth 2.1
10/100Mbps LAN
Card Reader
6-cell Li-Ion battery
DOS

What’s really great with Intel Atom Cedar Trail is that it is now on a 64-bit instructions set (from the 32bit in the old Atom) which means it can also support DDR3 RAM of up to 4GB, breaking the 2GB barrier of the old netbooks.

Lenovo has also opted to offer the IdeaPad S110 without any OS so you can just install Ubuntu on your own.


6 Responses to “Lenovo updates IdeaPad S110 with Cedar Trail”

  1. Iyan Sommerset
    Twitter: iyansommerset
    says:

    I dunno about the current (11.xx) line of Ubuntu. The Unity interface just seems so slow even on semi-powerful machines, I fear it may crawl even on these newer Atoms. Perhaps one of the other distros running a different IDE will work better.

    As always, I hope this means I can get an “older” n570 for around 10k now. :P

    • curious says:

      where get we get 10k n570 netbook? Second hand right? The prices haven’t dropped at all.

  2. nonepoe says:

    they could put a sandy bridge i3 in that for all the good it does – the IGP is still GMA 3650, so it’s still going to have crappy video that can’t even play HD flash videos without stuttering.

  3. Anonymous says:

    It doesn’t support 64-bit OS out of the box.

  4. watrboy
    Twitter: Yugatech
    says:

    Any real time review specially the battery life. How about the other cedar trail netbook of samsung and acer.

  5. jed says:

    how i can install 64 bit to m lenovo s110?

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