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Lenovo Ideapad S10-3T

alaTest has collected and analyzed 1278 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the screen and battery. The portability and keyboard are also mentioned favorably, whereas some have doubts about the touchpad.

performance, keyboard, portability, battery, screen


We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Laptops the Lenovo Ideapad S10-3T is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Review Lenovo Ideapad S10e Netbook


Ambivalent Newcomer. Alike nearly all big and small manufacturers

Mostly quiet; WLAN, LAN, Bluetooth; Low temperatures; Good expandability via ExpressCard/34; Warranty extension up to 36 month possible

Reflecting display, not appropriate for outdoor operation; Keyboard layout needs time to get used to.; Location of interfaces partly inconvenient; Test sample had minimal defects in terms of workmanship; Depending on the applications the fan is quiet,...

The competitors like Asus Eee PC 1000H and Samsung NC10 are clearly better than the Ideapad S10e in important key aspects, display and battery life, but loose in expandability.

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Lenovo Ideapad S10-3 Netbook


We have covered, and will cover practically the whole spectrum of netbooks, for the sole reason that we think they are the future for mobile computing, at least for work purposes. Lenovo is one of the leading elements of that spectrum, and today we...

One mention that it deserves is the addition of Dolby powered stereo speakers, meaning one can enjoy surround sound through any set of headphones thanks to the Dolby Pro Logic II algorithm, which enables you to listen to music, watch movies, or play...

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Review Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3 Netbook


Stylish Appearance. How does Lenovo's Pine Trail netbook distingu

Stable case; High-end looks; Long battery life; Quiet and cool

Yielding keyboard; Not AR coated; Low application performance

Toughest opponents: Samsung's N220, also with a very good workmanship and with a matt display. The same price of 335 euro. Packard Bell's Dot S2 for 299 euro with a long battery life, but also not perfect keyboard. Acer's Aspire One 532 for 299 euro...


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Lenovo IdeaPad S10


For the most part, the Lenovo IdeaPad S10 is your standard netbook. It's small, lightweight, and sturdy and runs on Intel's Atom platform. We like that our review unit shipped with a 160GB 5,400rpm hard drive—as opposed to the small budget SSDs found...

Nice bright matte screen, roomy hard drive, decent looks

Only two USB ports, and they’re on opposite sides of the machine

The S10 shows a lot of promise, and its style and performance are nothing to sneeze at. At $470, it’s a serious challenger to the $500 Wind and even boasts twice the hard disk space. But two USB ports are one too few. And we still maintain that the...

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Lenovo Ideapad S10


The slim portable design is unmistakably very 'netbook'. The S10 doesn't have much to distinguish itself from the competition at first look. It's pretty regular-sized at 9.8 x 7.2 x 1.2 inches and is as light as one would expect, at around 2.6 lbs with...

At an excellent budget price of Rs 25,000 (MRP), the S10 is well worth the money you spend on it. It's not perfect, but it performs a lot better (and even has more features) than most of the competition. If you're in the market for a netbook, I'd say...

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Lenovo IdeaPad Tablet K1 1304 (tablet, Android 3.1, Honeycomb, 32 GB, 10.1", black, leather like bottom with aluminum frame)


Since the release of the first Android Honeycomb tablet (the Motorola Xoom), we've seen a parade of more or less identical devices. Some are thinner or sport better cameras or extra ports, but they all run the same software on the same 1GHz dual-core...

Lenovo's IdeaPad K1 packs in all of the best features found in today's modern Honeycomb tablets and offers some unique Android optimizations and preloaded apps

The design is thick and heavy compared with the latest from Apple and Samsung, not all of the Android tweaks pay off, and the screen isn't as bright as it could be

Lenovo plays it safe with the IdeaPad K1, delivering a solid tablet that does little to stand out from the Honeycomb herd.

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Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3


Useful utility software ; Excellent keyboard

Sluggish performer ; Pricey; no productivity software

Superior input ergonomics will sell this comparatively overpriced netbook.

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Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3


While this machine offers the best keyboard on any netbook and a great instant-on OS, its touchpad is a bit finicky.

Lenovo did a lot of things right with the S10-3. Its design and keyboard are much improved over the previous generation, the speakers are positively booming (for a netbook), and its instant-on environment is easily the most attractive among netbooks....

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Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2


The S10-2 is a 10-inch netbook that does little to impress and is better off taking a pass on.

Color variations offered. Very light despite a 6-cell battery

Keyboard is too small for a 10-inch netbook. Touchpad and mouse buttons are puny in size. Price is too high for a below average netbook. ExpressCard slot is gone

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Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2 Review


As evolutionary updates go you don't get more basic than a cosmetic refresh, so imagine our surprise to find Lenovo guilty of just such a relaunch. The Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2 takes the company's original S10 netbook and, most obviously, reworks the...

To be frank, the excitement in Lenovo’s netbook range is being saved for the S12, particularly the NVIDIA Ion versions which promise lengthy battery life and 1080p Full HD. That’s not to say the S10-2 is an unlikeable machine, only that it’s offering...

Product Specifications


DVD Writer: No
Embedded 3G/4G:3G / No
Embedded UMTS:No / Yes
Fingerprint Reader: No
Hard Drive Type:Hard Disk Drive
Remote Control: No
TV Card: No
Video Editing Card: No
Web Cam:No / Yes


Bluetooth:No / Unknown / Yes
Card Reader:3 in 1 Card Reader / 4 in 1 Card Reader / 5 in 1 Card Reader / Multi Card Reader
Firewire: No
TV Output:No / Yes
Wireless LAN: Yes


Aspect Ratio:16:10 / 16:9
LED Backlight:Edge LED / No
True Resolution:WSVGA / WXGA

General Features

Intel ® Centrino Technology: No
Intel Centrino Technology: No
Media Centre Edition: No
Netbook: Yes


Brand of Graphic Chip:Intel
GPU Model (Graphic Card):GMA3150 / k.A. / Media Accelerator 950


Chipset Brand:Intel / Unknown
Chipset Type:945GSE / G31 / NM10 / Unknown
Processor Brand:Intel
Processor Number:N270 / N280 / N450 / N455