There must be a run on red paint or something. Because Lenovo had decided to drop the price of the white version of the Lenovo IdeaPad S10 netbook to $399. But the company is still charging $439 for the red model.

If you visit the Lenovo order page right now, red and white are the only available options. And the laptops are identical in all respects but color. Interestingly, you can pick up a pink version from CompUSA for $429, the same price CompUSA charges for the S10 in any color.

You can find a list of other retailers that are selling the Lenovo IdeaPad S10 in the Liliputing Forums. No one has a better price than $399, but if you enter the code 704919 when ordering from Lenovo, you can shave 5% off the purchase price.

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6 replies on “Lenovo charges $40 more for red IdeaPad S10 than white”

  1. Samsung NC10:
    > 1GB memory
    > 160GB HD
    > 6 cell battery
    > £298

    Lenovo S10:
    > 512MB memory
    > 80GB HD
    > 3 cell battery
    > £320

    anyone spot the disparity?

    1. Samsung NC10 . this one looks very gross…..
      is this piece of XXXX looks better than S10??????

  2. Don’t be a hater. If they come out with a 6 cell battery this is the best. Suck it up son.

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