Lenovo Ideapad S10, Asus 904HA, Acer Aspire One And Smoothbook Slice Compared

Posted: Dec 22 2008, 5:00pm CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:18pm CDT , in Review Ticker


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Techspot has a roundup of four netbooks comparing Lenovo Ideapad S10, Asus Eee 904HA, Acer Aspire One and Smoothbook Slice.
Quote from the netbook review: "It can't be argued that 2008 was the year of the netbook. Asus is credited with officially bringing the first netbook to market last year with their Eee PC, but as many first adopters will tell you, companies rarely "get it right" on their first at bat and the Eee PC was no different. A big second wave of netbooks arrived in mid-2008 and as expected, improvements were made all around. These netbooks offered larger screens capable of higher resolutions, better storage mediums (either SSD or traditional hard drives), and the option to have Windows XP pre-installed. Today we will be taking a look at four popular netbooks from four different manufacturers: Lenovo, Acer, Smooth Creations and Asus. While all of the netbooks here today share similar hardware specs, each is vastly different and unique in its own right. Built quality, screen size, keyboard layout and touchpad implementation are only a few of the many aspects that will be covered in-depth."
Read the full review on TechSpot.

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