The Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t convertible touchscreen tablet-style netbook has a base price of $549 at Lenovo.com. But Newegg has the netbook in stock for just under $500 plus $5 for shipping within the continental US. As an added bonus, this model has an 8 cell battery while the version on sale through Lenovo’s web site has a 4 cell battery.

The Ideapad S10-3t has a 10.1 inch capacitive touchscreen display, a 1.66GHz Intel Atom N450 processor and GMA 3150 graphics, 1GB of RAM, and 250GB hard drive. It runs Windows 7 Starter Edition. It has 802.11b/g/n WiFi, 2 USB ports, and VGA output

The laptop measures 11″ x 6.9″ x 0.8″ and weighs about 3.3 pounds with an 8 cell battery. You can read more about the Lenovo Ideapad S10-3T in the Liliputing Product Database.

via Netbooked

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3 replies on “Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t convertible tablet now shipping with 8 cell battery”

  1. I have seen several versions of the size stats of the S10-3T. Can you tell us the size and weight of the s10-3T WITH the 8-cell battery installed? Thanks.

  2. Exciting stuff. I wonder what kind of deal Newegg gets them for initially? Would be interesting to know. But so would a lot of other things wouldn’t they?! Thanks Brad!

  3. Am I wrong? Windows 7 Starter DOES NOT support Windows Touch®.

    Microsoft’s own site says, “Windows Touch—available only in the Home Premium, Professional, and Ultimate editions of Windows 7—also recognizes multitouch gestures (with the right monitor).”

    If that is the case then maybe the touch controls this Lenovo ships with are add-ons not intergrated into the OS. That might be an issue if the next MS Office used Win 7 Touch in a way that second party add-ons don’t replicate well.

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