It looks like Lenovo could be preparing to launch a new budget portable notebook called the IdeaPad S210. The folks at Tech2.hu got their hands on some promotional materials for the upcoming notebook.
The IdeaPad S210 is expected to feature an 11.6 inch, 1366 x 768 pixel display, measure about 0.82 inches thick, and weigh about 2.6 pounds.
Under the hood it will pack an Intel Sandy Bridge or Ivy Bridge processor. Sure, a newer Haswell chip would be more impressive, but it sounds like Lenovo is going for a low starting price here, rather than the highest-powered hardware available.
That said, storage is cheap these days, and Lenovo will reportedly offer the S210 with up to 1TB of hard disk space as well as up to 8GB of storage.
According to Tech2.hu, the Lenovo IdeaPad S210 sports USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 ports, HDMI output, WiFi, Bluetooth, and an SD card reader.
While Tech2.hu says the notebook will be available with Celeron or Pentium chips, the promotional graphic says it has an Intel Core i5 processor.
We won’t know how much the laptop costs or when it will be available until Lenovo actually acknowledges its existence. But with the Computex trade show coming up in early June, we might not have to wait much longer.