Lenovo to launch IdeaPad S9 & S10 Netbooks

Lenovo is entering the “netbook” market with the IdeaPad S9 and S10. The 8.9″ screen IdeaPad S9 and 10.2″ screen IdeaPad S10 netbooks come in deep blue, pastel pink and ruby red as well as white and black.

Weighing just above 09.kg, the one-inch thick Lenovo Ideapad will use the Intel Atom processor.

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Each unit will come with a default 1GB of RAM and a choice of 160GB HDD or a 4GB SSD. There are 2 USB ports, a 4-in-1 card reader, WiFi 802.11 b/g, Bluetooth, ExpressCard slot and a webcam. Lenovo also boasts of its OneKey Recovery on Microsoft Windows-based netbooks which allows data recovery at the touch of a button in case of a system error or virus occur.

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The Lenovo Ideapad will be out this September for a suggested retail price of Php22,990 (with either Windows XP or Linux OS).

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Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech with over 20 years of experience in the technology industry. He is one of the pioneers of blogging in the country and considered by many as the Father of Tech Blogging in the Philippines. He is also a technology consultant, a tech columnist with several national publications, resource speaker and mentor/advisor to several start-up companies.

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  5. Avatar for rey rey says:

    is there a free external cd drive on this pc?

  6. Avatar for ANNE ANNE says:

    i got pink net book , satisfied naman me sa features ,but its expensive umabot k27 ..ok na din

  7. Avatar for sakuseisha sakuseisha says:

    i really am planning to buy this product. how much is it at the moment? thanks much.

  8. Avatar for Eyaskie Eyaskie says:

    Price is a bit higher than the new launched Gateway Netbook LT2009 which is only 17,900 with same specs and overwhelming design. =) I’ll go for Gateway LT2009i, an american brand and a company acquired by Acer. =)

  9. Avatar for racel roque racel roque says:

    i have seen acer but would want also to see this one knowing it has a built in cam on it.i dont really dont have an idea on how to get a good one. and the price can is reasonable? is it 2nd hand?

  10. Avatar for ichi ichi says:

    hi..i’m planning to buy this product. all of my family used dell laptops. it is sturdy? i found that they have service center here in manila. I love our dell laptops..confused between the two dell or lenovo..pls help

  11. Avatar for nadette nadette says:

    how much is one at the moment?

  12. Avatar for Henk Henk says:


    Can someone please help me for information how to reset my Lenovo S10e password?

    It was done wrong with my service provider Auto page. The computer keeps on asking for a password to connect onto the internet.


  13. Avatar for ishi ishi says:

    how can I connect to the internet with my s10 lenovo notebook? i think something’s wrong..

  14. Avatar for cs cs says:

    hm. the s10 is really lovely. but the capslock is eating me! and the tab is too narrow! but for the price of cheap mobility, its something that you can turn a blind eye on. :)
    there’s not much significant difference between the 12″ or the 14″ lenovos from this 10″ s10 except for the troublesome capslock and tab keys, keyboard-wise.

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