Back in July last year, Jamie Pert brought you a review on Lenovo’s S10-2 IdeaPad, which he stated was the cheaper, slimmer and improved version of the original S10 netbook.
Now we have a review from Engadget, on Lenovo’s ultra-portable known as the ThinkPad Edge 11. This model comes with a starting price of $449 for an AMD version, but if you want the one that is fitted with a Core i3 U380 ULV processor it will cost $549.
The Edge 11 weighs in at 3.3-pounds and has a thickness of 1.1-inches, you also get a 11.6-inch, chiclet style keyboard and a touchpad, which is multi-touch capable. It comes equipped with a spacious 250GB hard drive and 2GB of RAM.
You can read Joanna Stern’s full review via engadget.com. If you’re an existing Lenovo customer, do you think you’ll purchase a ThinkPad Edge 11?
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