Not sure if you've noticed, but the battle between the netbooks has suddenly turned to price. Just 24 hours (give or take a few) after hearing that HP was lowering the MSRP of its Mini 1000 by $40
, in flies news that Lenovo has pushed out a new IdeaPad S10
that seems like a pretty good bargain. For just a few bucks over the standard model
($449 to $459 depending on hue), to-be buyers can get one with 1GB of DDR2 RAM and a capacious 160GB (5,400 RPM) hard drive. Before you get all excited and pull the trigger, we should remind you that CES 2009
is under a month away -- can you say "upgrades?"