|Screen Size||10.1 inches|
|Screen Resolution||1024 x 600|
|Max Screen Resolution||1024 x 768 pixels|
|Processor||1.66 GHz Intel Atom|
|RAM||1 GB SO-DIMM|
|Memory Speed||667 MHz|
|Hard Drive||250 GB SATA|
|Graphics Coprocessor||GMA 3150|
|Average Battery Life (in hours)||10 hours|
Lenovo S10-3t 0651-37U 10.1-Inch Multitouch Netbook (Black)
- 1.66GHz Intel Atom Processor, has an 8 cell battery on the system
- 1GB 204 Pin DDR2 SO-DIMM Memory
- 250GB SATA Hard Drive (5400RPM); 802.11 b/g/n
- 10.1" 1024x600 LED Multi-Touch Display (16:9); Intel GMA 3150 Graphics
- Windows 7 Starter
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Out of the box, this took only about 5 minutes to power on and setup. Lenovo tries to get you to pull the trigger on several add-on apps upon booting the first time, but you can skip it. These are programs like ID vault and other useful but unnecessary programs. After skipping that, I setup a few things for Windows, and we're in! My wireless network detected without a hitch. I'm using a Zyxel 550N router...great signal and reception.
I was anxious to try the touch screen, so I dove in and tried the Lenovo installed stuff 1st. Lenovo Natural Touch is the app that appears to be much like the U1 interface shown at CES. Very "iPhone-like". It runs a little laggy at first, but when you get a feel for the touch speed, it is actually quite responsive. I tried playing with pictures and the multi-touch works great! IT DOES WORK without having to upgrade windows to a higher version than starter edition...but, using Lenovo's custom software. I played the sample video which ran pretty smooth and looked just fine. I then tried the notes app and recorded a video of myself which worked as expected. I was able to write on sticky notes witout a problem using my fingertip. I also bought a Pogo which I think works fine for the touch points and just okay for actual writing.
So, I had a license for Win7 Pro and decided to install it since it added full support for tablets. I got a student deal for $29 a while back...couldn't resist. So, I did the anytime upgrade and it took about 20 minutes total. Whalla...Win7 Pro.Read more ›
I've now had this device for a few days and played with it almost non-stop. It has both good points and bad points.
As shipped this device comes with Windows 7 Starter edition, unfortunately this version of windows does not include the built in Windows 7 multi-touch features. If you are really interested in using this device as a tablet then you must upgrade to at least Windows 7 Home Premium edition, so bear this extra cost in mind when deciding whether or not to purchase this. One of the first things I done was to upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate edition.
Another point to bear in mind is that you will probably want to upgrade to 2Gb of RAM rather than the built in 1Gb. Again, I done this using the Amazon recommended Crucial memory upgrade. One point to note about the RAM. Amazon states in the technical details about this product that it uses 204 pin DDR2 memory. This is incorrect, it uses the more readily available 200 pin RAM.
The Lenovo has multiple connectors that should be enough for most people, vga out, twin USB 2 connectors, built in card reader etc. If you need more than what's provided then you really should be looking at full laptop rather than a netbook.Read more ›
1) Upgrade to 2 Gigs of RAM
2) Fresh Install of WIndows 7 (Home Premium, Professional, or Ultimate)
This is necessary because straight out of the box you will notice about 70 processes running in the background and about 50% Memory Usage.. and that's without a single application launched!. The bundled software from Lenovo makes the tablet crawl and furthermore Win7 Starter has very limited Multitouch functionality. This is why you not only need to upgrade the OS but also do a fresh install and not an anytime upgrade(which I know is cheaper,, yes..but still)If you're an experienced user who backs up important data files then OneKey recovery is not for you. In order for OneKey to work it allocates a significant portion of your harddrive as a hidden partition. I personally plan on reclaiming this storage space during my fresh install. OneKey recovery is only truly useful if you are never going to upgrade the OS or do a fresh install. If you are doing a fresh install (as you should)then you will have a disk anyway and its redundant. Oh btw on that note I really recommend you get an external drive. It fits really neatly into my Targus Netbook case and adds hardly any weight.Also recommend one of those tiny Bluetooth adapters (I leave mine in- you can hardly notice it) and a Bluetooth GPS dongle and your choice of Nav software.
There is a third item I forgot that you should do to improve user experience.Read more ›
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I purchased this to use for my college classes. Though it is a wonderful device it ran rather slow, which wasn't very useful considering its intended purpose.Published 7 months ago by Courtney Toombs
I wanted to like this thing. I added more memory in hopes that it might speed up, I killed all the unnecessary running apps, I did everything short of trashing it. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Amazon Customer
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I bought this netbook a few years ago and absolutely love it. I love how it is a touch screen and how the screen can turn around when I want to show something to someone else. Read morePublished on April 2, 2012 by bluebirdjohnson7
When I received my refurbished laptop it was as good as new. I really like the touch software that comes on it. It's small and portable which I can easily use for school. Read morePublished on August 22, 2011 by Dcaimares
I was fascinated by the features on this tablet/netbook. After reading the manual, I found out that I can put my sim card on this device so I bought a wireless 3G modem on ebay,... Read morePublished on August 4, 2011 by Ace
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