While netbooks seem to have largely given way to tablet and ultrabooks, the new Atom chips from Intel could yet give the category a small second chance at life. China PC maker Lenovo put out a teaser video for the as-yet unannounced Lenovo IdeaPad S110 and called it a “mini notebook” — a marketing rename to distance the new product from the “netbook” category. From the promo video, we could see the new mini notebook is 16mm thick, weighing 1.15kg, come with USB 3.0 as standrad, a 10.1-inch HD screen, and optional 3G connectivity, price will be around US$300. The spec and outlook of IdeaPad S110 might looks boring, but we’re hoping that the new Intel chipset will greatly improve the netbook’s performance to compete the rising tablet. Video after the break.
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