If you place an order for a Lenovo IdeaPad S10 from the Lenovo web site, you’ll have to put up with a shipping delay of several weeks or longer. But retailer CompUSA says it has the netbook in stock and ready to ship. CompUSA has product listings for white and pink versions of the IdeaPad S10, and both pages says “order today, ships today.”
What’s more, CompUSA is charging $429.99, which is $10 less than the price on Lenovo’s web site.
It’s possible that part of the reason Lenovo is having problems meeting customer orders in a timely fashion is because the company is busy shipping netbooks to stores like CompUSA which may have placed bulk orders. Or maybe the CompUSA web site is wrong. If you’ve orded and/or received a Lenovo IdeaPad S10 from a third party retailer, let us know about your experiences in the comments.
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