The Lenovo IdeaPad S205 is expected to start shipping this month. The laptop has an 11.6 inch display, an AMD E-350 processor, and a starting price of around $500. I haven’t heard much about this computer since spotting it at CES in early January, but now it looks like Lenovo has posted the repair manual for the IdeaPad S205 online.

There aren’t many surprises in the manual, but it does confirm that the laptop will have HDMI, VGA, and Ethernet ports, 2 USB ports, mic and headphone jacks, and an SD card slot. Some models will also have SIM card slots, indicating that the laptop may come with a cellular modem, at least in some regions.

The repair manual also shows how to disassemble the computer to access and/or replace internal components. Unfortunately that includes the hard drive and RAM. It doesn’t look like there’s a quick access panel on the bottom of the computer, so you’ll have to remove the keyboard to get at the hard drive and memory slot.

via nDevil

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