The predicted attack of SnapDragon based computers on netbooks is happening at the CES 2010. Lenovo announced today the Lenovo Skylight.
The Lenovo Skylight is the first ARM-based processor device based on Qualcomm's Snapdragon chipset platform. Lenovo sees the Skylight as offering the best of smartphones and netbooks to create a new mobile consumer device.
Features of the Lenovo Skylight include 10-inch screen, up to 10 hours battery life, 20GB Flash storage, built-in WiFi and 3G connectivity and a custom web optimized interface.
The Lenovo Skylight will be available starting in April in the U.S.
It will be available in China and in Europe later this year. In the U.S., it will be sold through www.lenovo.com, www.att.com and AT&T retail stores. Pricing will start at $499 at full retail price. AT&T offers two-year AT&T DataConnect service plans, as well as Data Connect Pass – a pay-as-you-need it data service available by the day, by the week or by the month.
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