Lenovo IdeaPad S12 Netbook Review

Lenovo is proud to present its Lenovo IdeaPad S12, which has been praised as one of the Top 5 Netbooks to 2009. People thought that Asus had an advantage with its Eee series, but the Lenovo S12 edged out with its low price, larger screen size and a more convenient keyboard.

Lenovo S12 is powered by Atom N270 processor 1.6GHz Intel and is also a netbook that the pioneers of Nano mobile processor inclusion of VIA as an Intel alternative. Atom is really getting some stiff competition for the VIA Nano processor, which has received praise recently. Moreover, Ion technology from NVIDIA is expected to be presented at S12.

The Lenovo IdeaPad S12 is lighter than most netbooks, even though its dimensions are a few inches longer than the average netbook. the IdeaPad S12 plastic chassis seems to give this netbook a business-like impression is consistent with most of Lenovo laptops.

Comfort is the middle name of Lenovo IdeaPad S12 as typing on it is appropriate that this model has a full-size keyboard. This feature is not standard in many netbooks; Additionally, your touchpad is a very useful feature.

The IdeaPad S12 has a nifty feature that other netbooks do not: the face recognition application. You can also make playback web browsing work and usual media. Specifications:


VIA Nano ULV 2250 (1.30GHz 800MHz 1MB)
Intel Atom N270 Single Core (1.60GHz 533MHz 512KB)


Screen size: 12.1 "WXGA TFT 1280x800

Operating System: Windows XP Home Edition

Battery life: Up to 6 hours

Graphics: Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950


The S12 has a battery life of up to 6 hours. The chassis Lenovo is strong and is able to handle the average work of mobile computing. In addition, its large screen and large keys that feel that the S12 IdeaPad is normal sized laptop. The LCD screen size makes this netbook a cut above the rest.


Even if the Lenovo S12 netbook is considered a Top 5 for 2009, it also comes with its disadvantages. The Atom single-core processor limits the user in their jobs multitasking. The finish also attracts fingerprints easily.

Many users would be fascinated by the netbook screen larger than average and the full-size keyboard. Moreover, the price at $ 400 to $ 450 is not reasonable for the features it offers ....

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