Summary: The S10-3t does some things right. It's fairly light for a convertible, offers accurate touch input, and it has a comfortable keyboard. And, provided you get the 8-cell battery, you'll see 7 hours of unplugged computing time.
Conclusion: Although it's one of only two netbooks with an ExpressCard slot, and it now comes with several color options, the Lenovo IdeaPad S10 (Red) is already being outgrown and outclassed, in feature set and design, by its peers.
Pros: ExpressCard slot. Different color options. Extended 52-Wh battery is included. Featherlight. Very good battery life. Decent performer. Linux preload is nice.
Cons: 89 percent keyboard doesn't make the cut. Noisy mouse buttons. Tiny touchpad.
Summary: Lenovo did a lot of things right with the S10-3. Its design and keyboard are much improved over the previous generation, the speakers are positively booming (for a netbook), and its instant-on environment is easily the most attractive among netbooks.
Summary: The Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2 is a compact 10 inch netbook that gets reasonably good battery life and offers decent performance. Lenovo includes a handful of utilities including facial recognition software, backup and restore software, and QuickBoot which may be appealing to some users.
Conclusion: The Lenovo IdeaPad S10-2 is one of the better looking netbooks and one of the thinnest (not counting the battery hump). The system runs cool and quiet, and the hard drive and memory slots are very easy to access, making it ideal for those who want to swap hard drives or upgrade RAM.
Pros: Stylish and slim. Runs very cool and quiet., Pro: Good looking and slim. Runs very quite and cool.
Cons: Bluetooth costs extra, keyboard has limited travel., Con: Keyboard doesn't have good travel. No Bluetooth on standard configuration.