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If you're considering buying a Lenovo laptop, why not read through some of the comprehensive reviews we've written over the last year to find out which one is right for you. From the humble IdeaPad S10 netbook to the Intel Sandy Bridge-equipped ThinkPad T420, you're bound to find something to your liking.

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Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t tablet-convertible netbook

The Lenovo IdeaPad S10-3t is a tablet-convertible netbook with a touchscreen. However, a poor software implementation, slow CPU and a unfriendly design make it a frustrating product to use. An on-screen keyboard is not supplied, the screen gestures place a lot of strain on the CPU and aren't always recognised, and the design of screen itself is not good enough for touch input. On the plus side, it has a great keyboard and long battery life. Ultimately though, this touchscreen netbook needs a lot of work.

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  • 19th April, 2010
  • Elias Plastiras
  • Lenovo
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  • Pros:
  • Great keyboard, long battery life
  • Cons:
  • Ships with Windows 7 Starter, no native touchscreen software, sluggish performance when as a tablet, small palm rest, gestures not always responsive, webcam placed to the right of the screen

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