Over at Dynamism, they’ve got good news for anyone who’s been waiting patiently for Viliv’s S10 Blade convertible to arrive. It’s now in stock, shipping same-day, and you’ll even score a free battery and 10% discount when you order.

The S10 Blade ships with a high-def 1366×768 pixel multi-touch display, 1.6Ghz Atom processor, 64GB SSD, 2 USB ports and 1 mini-USB port, Bluetooth, SDHC card reader, and integrated webcam. Additional S10 configurations are due to arrive next week.

Priced at $699, Dynamism is currently offering a $70 mail-in-rebate on the Blade. The free battery carries a retail price of $110 and is good for an estimated 10 hours of use.

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Lee Mathews

Computer tech, blogger, husband, father, and avid MSI U100 user.

7 replies on “Viliv S10 Blade now in stock at Dynamism for $629 with free spare battery”

  1. Yeah, I agree with Charles, too expensive for a netvertible. The 128GB option is totally unreasonable. Windows 7 requires the extra muscle. Too bad!

  2. Sorry, nothing with an atom is worth that kind of money. They want us to forget the cpu is one of the more expensive components in a computer. The Pentium 2.1(I have 2 of them) are fairly low power and much more power.For me the atom is is the $300 range.

  3. According to the Dynamism website, the $699 model has a plain old hard drive (no SSD) and only Windows XP (no good for multitouch).

  4. @Some Other Guy
    Definitely, a price drop would make these things a lot more attractive. Especially when tablets start hitting the market.

  5. The $699 version comes with a 60GB hard drive, not the 64GB SSD. It also doesn’t include the spare battery or a rebate. You have to go all the way up to the $857 (price after rebate) version for that.

    It’s definitely the prettiest convertible netbook out there. I just wish it was either 1) $300 cheaper, or 2) performed significantly better than other 10″ convertible netbooks like the S10-3t. Personally, I would find it very hard indeed to justify paying such a huge premium for looks alone.

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