YouTube user LinuxJB has posted a video of what may be a prototype of the upcoming low cost ultraportable laptop from Lenovo. He says he shot the video at a electronics holiday preview show in New York a few weeks ago.
Since DigiTimes reported that Lenovo just picked an OEM a few days ago, I’m going to assume this is an early prototype and that the final product could look a bit different. But I like what I see. The computers in the video come in multiple colors, look small and super-thin, and don’t look anything like your typical Lenovo computer. They’re not black, and they don’t have a standard touchpad and no pointer in the middle of the keyboard.
According to previous reports, the Lenovo laptops will come in 8.9 inch and 10.1 inch varieties, have a 160GB hard drive, and cost between $400 and $600. They could be available as soon as September.